Symptoms of sacroiliac (SI) joint pain or SI joint dysfunction

Pain from sacroiliac joint disorders can be felt anywhere in the lower back, buttocks, or in the legs. Chronic SI joint pain can make it difficult to perform common daily tasks, and effect every aspect of a patient's life.

Chief Complaints:

  • Lower back pain (below L5)
  • Lower extremity pain (numbness, tingling, weakness) 
  • Pelvis / buttock pain 
  • Hip / groin pain 
  • Unilateral leg instability (buckling, giving way) 
  • Disturbed sitting patterns (unable to sit for long periods, on one side) 
  • Pain going from sitting to standing

Symptoms of Sacroiliac Joint Pain

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