Treatments for sacroiliac (SI) joint pain typically focus on alleviating pain and restoring normal motion in the joint. Most cases of SI joint pain are effectively managed using non-surgical treatments.
Brief rest period of 1 to 2 days, applying ice or heat, and over-the-counter or prescription medications
Manual manipulation by a qualified health professional, supports or braces, and sacroiliac joint injections
Stretches, strengthening exercises, and aerobic exercises
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