Have you ever had low back pain and not been able to figure out exactly what was causing the pain? Sacroiliac joint pain, also referred to as SI joint pain or SI joint dysfunction, is among the common causes of low back pain. Typically, sacroiliac joint pain is very annoying and intrusive but it can most often be treated without drastic measures.
The sacroiliac joint is a synovial joint -- so it can be affected by arthritic conditions that result in cartilage damage or joint inflammation. Learn more about causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment in Sacroiliac Joint Pain - What You Need to Know.
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