Home / Upper Leg & Back Injuries / Sacroiliac (S.I.) Joint Syndrome

Sacroiliac (S.I.) Joint Syndrome

Medical Definition: Strain or tearing of the S.I. Joint ligaments. The S.I. Joint is the connection between your tailbone (sacrum) and pelvic bone (ilium).

Causes:
Direct trauma or repetitive rotation to the lumbar spine and pelvis.

Symptoms:
Pain in the lower region of the lower back which may be exaggerated by sitting or standing for extended periods of time.

Recommended Treatment:
Decreased activity to allow joint to rest and heal. Conservative physical therapy program provided by a certified professional should help expedite your recovery. A S.I. Back Belt will help stabilize a loose or overly flexible S.I. Joint. Click for Back Stretches






Recommended Products:


SI Back Belt


Foam Roller