Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction is a condition characterized by the abnormal function or irritation of the sacroiliac joints, which connect the spine to the hips. These joints bear significant weight and enable a wide range of motion, making them susceptible to injury and wear over time. This dysfunction can result in pain in the lower back and legs, often mistaken for other conditions due to its shared symptoms.

The condition’s exact cause remains elusive, with possibilities ranging from traumatic injuries to age-related degeneration. Diagnosis relies on physical examination, patient history, and occasionally imaging or diagnostic injections. Though non-surgical treatments like physiotherapy, medication, or joint injections prove effective for many patients, severe cases may necessitate surgical intervention.

Despite being widely under-diagnosed, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction impacts a notable percentage of individuals suffering from chronic lower back pain. Its understanding continues to evolve with ongoing research into its causes, diagnosis methods, and treatment options.


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