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sacroiliac joint pain

Diane BlaikieDDiane Blaikie Posts: 1
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:58 AM in New Member Introductions
I have not had it diagnosed properly, but i do feel the weakness there myself. bottom of the spine right hand side close to the bottom spine.
i have been to a cranial osteopath who said she could feel the weakness in the SI joint.
A few years ago, a chiropractor xrayed my spine, and down the bottom right hand side was a bigger bone than the other side, he didn't properly explain it, so i can't explain it here.
constantly feel muscular tension in the lumbar area of the spine, muscles seem tight, i do a lot of yoga and stretching to help it.
i take anti flammotary tablets 3 times a day, doc recommended i take them. been to see nhs physios, who give me little exercises to do.
i find that standing for a long time is agony.
not sure what treatments there are for SI joint inflammation.
I do feel i am not in so much pain as some of the members here.
kind regards


  • hi and welcome to the forum! we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. please have a look around the different forums and make yourself at home! be sure and stop by anytime!! there is always a spiney around! Jenny :)
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