The Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) is the joint where the sacrum (area below the lumbar spine) meets the pelvis. We each have a left and a right Sacroiliac Joint and these joints help to support the weight of the upper body, transferring forces through to the lower limbs.Book A Consultation
The symptoms of SIJ pain include:
Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SIJ) is often caused by the compression or repetitive loading of the strong ligaments that help hold the joints together. Pain can be caused by inflammation or bruising of the ligaments or joint capsule, interference to the nerves around the joint or muscle dysfunction. SIJ pain can occur acutely due to a fall, lifting and twisting the wrong way or from increased repetitive load through the joints.