Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Pain

The SI joints support the weight of your body, distributing it across the pelvis acting as a shock absorber and reducing the pressure on your spine. SI Joint pain is inflammation in one or both SI joints.


Symptoms may include:

  • pain in the lower back, groin, buttocks, hips and/or pelvis

  • pain when standing up from a sitting position

  • burning or stiffness sensation in the pelvis

  • weakness

  • numbness

  • pain radiating down into the thighs and upper legs

  • feeling like your legs may buckle and not support your body


SI Joint pain can be caused by:

  • osteoarthritis

  • gout

  • injury

  • pregnancy

  • walking patterns such as one leg being shorter than the other or favoring one leg because of pain

  • ankylosing spondylitis

Contact us immediately if you are experiencing SI Joint pain so that we can help you identify the source of your pain, discuss treatment options and provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan to help you recover. We accept most insurances which can be viewed here.