Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Health Center
Although this condition has been hard to diagnose over the years, sacroiliac joint dysfunction has been commonly thought of as a source of lower back pain and/or leg pain. Connecting the triangular bone at the bottom of the spine (the sacrum) with the pelvis, the sacroiliac joint may be a source of pain if its normal motion is disturbed. More specifically, sacroiliac joint pain may be caused by too much or too little movement. Examine the following resources to learn more about sacroiliac joint dysfunction, including how it’s diagnosed and treated.