Treatment for sacroiliac joint pain

Often overlooked as a cause of low back pain, the sacroiliac joint can be difficult to diagnose and treat. The good news is that Atlas Pain Relief Centre has developed a unique treatment plan to treat this condition and the success rate treatment for sacroiliac joint pain been extremely effective over a 10 year period. Most patients are pain free and mobile in 6 treatments! Visit testimonial page for video evidence !

What is the Sacroiliac Joint? The sacroiliac joints are located at the very bottom of the back. You have one either side of the spine. The function of the SI joints is to allow torsional or twisting movements when we move our legs. The concept of the SIJ causing lower back pain is now pretty well understood. However, due to the complex anatomy and movement patterns at the joints and area in general, evaluation and treatment of sacroiliac dysfunctions is still controversial. SIJ dysfunction is a term which is commonly used when talking about sacroiliac injuries.

The join can become ‘locked’ or be too mobile, leading to problems with surrounding structures such as ligaments and muscles, which means SIJ problems can cause a wide range of symptoms throughout the lower back and buttocks, or even the thigh or groin. What are the Symptoms of SI Joint Injury? Pain located either to the left or right of your lower back. The pain can range from an ache to a sharp pain which can restrict movement. The pain may radiate out into your buttocks and low back and will often radiate to the front into the groin. Occasionally it is responsible for pain in the testicles among males.

Knee pain has been felt alongside the more common symptoms too. Traumatic injuries to the SIJ are caused when there is a sudden impact which ‘jolts’ the joint. A common example is falling onto the buttocks or landing hard on one leg after jumping. Hormonal changes, most notably during pregnancy can cause sacroiliac pain. In preparation for giving birth, the ligaments of the pelvis especially increase in laxity. Combining this with an increase in weight putting extra strain on the spine, may lead to mechanical changes which can result in pain.

Spondyloarthropathies are inflammatory conditions which affect the spine. Occasionally hypermobile sacroiliac joints may be a problem. Often the patient has done nothing significant to cause the problem but the symptoms can be severe. It is commonly mistaken for sciatica or arthritis of the hip. This statement is based on 17 years experience treating this condition which on average sees more than 70 cases of sacroiliac joint pain every month at the Atlas Pain Relief group of clinics. MRI or Xray and Consultants when faced with treating this condition tend to inject the joint with little effect. Far easier and more effective, the Atlas Sacroiliac Joint Pain treatment is safe, simple, painless and quick.

SIJ hypermobility or SIJ dysfunction. Stiffness in the lower back when getting up after sitting for long periods and when getting up from bed in the morning. Aching to one side of your lower back when driving long distances. There may be tenderness on palpating the ligaments which surround the joint. Atlas have an effective treatment for sacroiliac joint pain! Our Treatment was not taught to us — It was invented and designed by us!

SIJ pain but if you consider how many patients we see that have received this treatment with no success you have to doubt its effectiveness. This form of treatment is not necessary and along with facet joint injections and fusing of the sacroiliac joints, it appears a desperate attempt to throw everything at a condition that they have no answer for. I know this will strike a cord with many people who have taken this route and are no better for it. Sacroiliac joint pain explained with treatment, rehabilitation, exercises and more.

The Sacroiliac joint is located at the bottom and just to the side of the back. They can become inflamed and painful. We explain the condition including symptoms and treatment. In addition we describe how a sacroiliac support belt can help relieve symptoms. Sacroiliac joint pain is usually located either to the left or right of the lower back although patients sometimes described it as a band of pain across the lower back.

Pain can range from an ache to a sharp pain which can restrict movement. Sacroiliac joint pain may radiate out into your buttocks and low back and will often radiate to the front into the groin and occasionally testicles. Stiffness in the lower back when getting up after sitting for long periods and when getting up from bed in the morning is also common. Read more on sacroiliac symptoms and diagnosis. What is Sacroiliac joint injury? The Sacroiliac joints are located at the very bottom of the back, one either side of the spine and help make up the rear part of the pelvic girdle.