If you suffer from Sacroiliac joint problems, a doctor may recommend a Sacroiliac belt to help with pain and mobility problems. Sacroiliac joint pain can come from a number of sources, from falls and accidents, to pregnancy, arthritis diseases and genetic malformation of the bones. Sacroiliac belts apply pressure to the back … Read More
The sacroiliac joint, also known as the SI joint is located between the sacrum and the pelvic ilium. The sacrum is comprised of fused vertebra and is positioned just above the tailbone. The pelvis serves as the link between the torso and the legs by connecting the backbone to the thigh bones. The sacroiliac joint supports th … Read More
The Sacroiliac joint is the connection of bones that joins the spine to the pelvis. The sacrum, which is a triangular shaped bone that sits at the lower part of the spine, is connected to the right and left ilium bones. This important joint supports the entire weight of the body when we are standing upright. The joint is con … Read More
The function of the Sacroiliac joint is to distribute the weight of the torso through the pelvis, legs and back. It also absorbs the impact of walking, running and jumping, and prevents this movement from jarring the spine. The joint is composed of the sacrum, a triangular shaped bone that sits near the bottom of the spine. … Read More
The sacroiliac joints sit between the wing of the pelvis and the spine. It makes up the rear part of the pelvic girdle. The exact placement varies from person to person, but injuries are common due to the unique role it plays in movement and body support.
Pregnancy is a common source of sacroiliac pain, as the ligaments of … Read More
Groin pain is most commonly associated with pulled muscles, specifically the adductor muscle. However, some causes of groin pain may have nothing to do with any of the muscles or bones in the groin area. Pain in the groin area may be caused by problems in the Sacroiliac joint in the lower back.
The Sacroiliac joint is the j … Read More