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Sacroiliac Dysfunction (Inflammation of the Sacroiliac Joint) Information

Sacroiliac Dysfunction (Inflammation of the Sacroiliac Joint)

Anatomy

The sacroiliac joint at the base of the spine, formed between the sacrum and the ilium bones of thepelvis. It is a strong joint with limited movement.

Anatomy: Back / Torso - Injury: Sacroiliac Dysfunction (Inflammation of the Sacroiliac Joint) Information

Symptoms

  • Deep aching and stiffness in the lower part of the lumbar region, usually on one side. These symptoms are most pronounced in the morning and after periods of inactivity.
  • The aching can radiate towards the buttock, back of the thigh or the groin.
  • Inflammation of the sacroiliac joint can, however, be painless.
  • Tenderness over the joint lines on the back of the pelvis.

Treatment

Please consult with your medical professional for a complete diagnosis and treatment plan.


Recommended Thermoskin Product

Under the direction of your medical professional and in conjuction with your advised treatment plan, any of the following Thermoskin products are recommended.


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