Diagnosing sacroiliac joint dysfunction involves a combination of clinical evaluation, imaging, and diagnostic injections.
Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
Additional treatments for sacroiliac joint pain aim to complement standard approaches and provide relief from discomfort.
What causes sacroillitis? Both sacroiliitis and sacroiliac joint dysfunction are a common cause of sacroiliac pain, low back pain and leg pain. However, there are differences between the two conditions.
Explore the diverse causes of sacroiliitis, including arthritis, trauma, mechanical stress, and less common triggers, and identify potential risk factors.
Chiropractic procedures for the sacroiliac joint aim to alleviate pain and improve joint function.
The gentle chiropractic method utilizes low-force techniques for joint adjustment and comfort.
SI joint exercises help relieve sciatic pain by strengthening and stabilizing the sacroiliac joint and the surrounding muscles.
SI joint dysfunction can cause lower back and buttock pain, triggered by injury, pregnancy, or degeneration in the sacroiliac joint.
Explore sacroiliitis surgery: when it is required, surgical options, and recovery process. Learn about SI joint fusion and spinal cord stimulation treatments.