Sacroiliitis causes lower back pain and buttock pain due to inflammation of one or both of the sacroiliac joints where the lower spine (sacrum) and pelvis connect caused by either a traumatic impact injury (ie fall or car accident), sacroiliac joint dysfunction 110, arthritis, pregnancy or infection.
Sacroiliitis symptoms are: Sacroiliac joint pain felt as pain in lower back, pain in buttock and sometimes leg pain is felt at the back of the thigh made worse by long periods of sitting, standing or getting up out of chair.
Treatment for sacroiliitis
Your physiotherapist will physically assess and test painful movements and muscle strength to test for Sacroiliitis, use hands on physiotherapy, shockwave therapy, dry needling, and taping. Assess biomechanics and advise re activity modifications. Provide exercises for sacroiliac joint pain 50 and sacroiliac joint stretches via our exercise prescription software Salaso to help alleviate your sacroiliac pain. Prescribe orthotics, sacroiliac belt, serola belt, foam roller and resistance bands.
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