SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION & LOW BACK PAIN…

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“The most common symptom of sacroiliac joint dysfunction is low back pain with or without buttock pain. Sacroiliac or SI joint pain may spread(radiate)into the groin, hips, back of the thighs, and feet.” writes Spine Universe.

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction and pain can be difficult to distinguish from pain originating in the hip joint or lower back which is a bit of a problem for me. Although I was treated with injections for my SI Joint Dysfunction the pain came back and in particular on the right-hand side. Fortunately, my consultant had sent me for a right hip MRI before I had the injections as I had mentioned my right hip was giving me a lot of pain. The MRI showed I have degenerative wear in my hip which is obviously contributing to the pain from SI Joint Dysfunction.

The most common symptom of sacroiliac joint dysfunction is low…

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