What must I not do with painful sacroiliac joints?

Answer The sacroiliac (SI) joints connect the pelvis to the spine. Problems with the joints often cause low back pain, pain in the buttocks or leg pain. Inflammation of the joint (sacroiliitis) can make e... Read More »

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How to Know if Your Sacroiliac Joints May Be Causing Your Back Pain?

The sacroiliac joints are the two joints between the sacrum of your spine (very low, fused part) and the pelvis. These two joint permit small gliding movements which allow the upper and lower body ... Read More »

What are the causes of painful joints?

Joints are spots where two or more bones connect. They are susceptible to pain and discomfort as a result of a number of causes, ranging from the natural aging process to infection. Some of these c... Read More »

What can help relieve Sacroiliac Joint pain?

If you're only 11 weeks pregnant, then the sacroiliac pain will become worse over time if not immediately taken care of. The only way to really correct the problem is to see a chiropractor who spec... Read More »

How do you treat and heal torn sacroiliac ligaments?