Sacroiliac (SI) Joint
Pain from sacroiliac joint dysfunction can be felt anywhere in the lower back or spine, buttocks, pelvis, groin, or sometimes in the legs. Chronic SI joint pain symptoms can make it difficult to perform common
daily tasks and can affect every aspect of a patient's life.People with SI joint dysfunction can experience and impaired function. It's important to note that SI joint pain symptoms can be similar to those of other conditions of the lumbar spine, pelvis, and hip, and you will need an SI joint examination to properly diagnose the origin of the pain.
Understanding Your Symptoms
Sacroiliac (SI) joint disorders require appropriate interpretation of your history, clinical exam results, and imaging studies. Often hip pathology and/or lumbar pathology can coexist with SI joint
pathology. A healthcare provider trained in SI joint dysfunction diagnosis and treatment can help diagnose your condition accurately and get you on the path for lasting relief. If you have additional questions please use our Patient Advice Connection button above to ask one of our providers specific questions.