Chiropractic for Sacroiliac Joint
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Back pain affects 80% of Americans at some time in their lives.
In many cases, back pain is the result of overextending or straining
the muscles in your lower back. For effective back pain treatment in
Lincoln, NE, call the experts at Spine and Sports Chiropractic today.
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!
Upper & Lower Back Overview
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Intense, sharp, stabbing pain is noticed especially with deep or quick breathing. A small local area in the mid back on one side is suggestive of rib pain.
Pain between the shoulder blade and spine is common place and has many reasons. One of the more common reasons that we find with an exam is a Dorsal Scapular Nerve Entrapment.
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.
If it is painful to bend forward and you are having sharp pain, then you likely have an injured disc. Symptoms that indicate disc injury include: pain being worst in the morning, riding in a car is painful, standing.
Pain in the front of the hip or deep in the abdomen are the most common symptoms. The pain worsens when sitting, going upstairs or lifting a leg up in the air while standing.
This condition arises with prolonged sitting and desk work often associated with office ergonomics. Poor posture and repetitive activities can lead to tightness, weakness, and pain in the muscles of the shoulder, back, neck, arms and hands
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