Chiropractic for Sacroiliac Joint
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Sacroiliac Joint Pain is described as a dull pain around the
dimple area of the lower back/upper buttock
almost 100% of the time.
What are the Symptoms of Sacroiliac Joint Pain?
Sacroiliac Joint Pain is described as a dull pain around the dimple area of the lower back/upper buttock almost 100% of the time. That pain will increase in intensity when the person arches backwards or lies on their belly. However, in more severe cases they will also have pain with walking, running, going down stairs, prolonged sitting and getting up from a seated position.
What Causes Sacroiliac Joint Pain?
The most common cause of Sacroiliac Joint pain is muscle imbalance around the pelvis. This is typical to find in two groups of people: runners and people with sitting jobs. Both of these activities cause shortening of the muscles that tip the pelvis forward, arch the back and put extra pressure on the Sacroiliac joints.
How do you treat Sacroiliac Joint Pain?
A comprehensive exam will identify the source of the compression of the sacroiliac joint. We then use A.R.T. to lengthen those muscle, ligaments and tendons to allow the joint to separate and decompress. Pairing A.R.T. with chiropractic adjustments to address the joint itself and home lengthening exercises is the best way to assure a long lasting fix.
Did you know?
The sacroiliac joint is the joint that connects the spine and the pelvis. It is also the largest joint in the entire body!
Pregnancy Pains Overview
Round Ligament pain (pain at the base of the abdomen and groin): This is a ligament that is used to help support the baby and as the baby develops more stress on this ligament can cause intense discomfort.
Pain in the front of the hip running down the front of the leg and into the knee as well as weakness and giving out of the leg are the most common symptoms.
Pregnancy Sacroiliac Joint Pain is extremely common and most of the time described as a dull pain around the dimple area of the lower back/upper buttock. Standing, walking, going down stairs, rolling over in bed and getting up from a seated position will be very painful activities while sitting and putting the feet up will be positions that will bring great relief.
Women are more likely to develop sciatica during pregnancy because of pressure on the sciatic nerve. Sciatica is different from traditional back pain because of the way pain radiates down the leg and into the foot.
What Causes Pregnancy Pains
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