Sacroiliac Dysfunction – a Lesser-Known Cause of Back Pain

By October 20, 2014Pediatrics

Sacroiliac joint? Radiculopathy? Discogenic?

You don’t necessarily know those words, but you know your back hurts. There are many causes of back pain, and this often undiagnosed condition – sacroiliac joint dysfunction, which is too much or too little movement in the joint that connects the sacrum (triangular bone at the bottom of the spine) with the pelvis (iliac bone that is part of the hip joint) – is present in many patients we see at Bright STAR. The good news is, we are able to help them.

Read more about sacroiliac joint pain here, and call us to schedule a free consultation. Whether it’s this condition or something else that is causing your pain, we can develop a personalized program to help you feel better and get your life back again.


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