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What is Sacroiliitis?

November 18, 2019 in News, Article, Low-Back Pain, Non-Operative Procedures, Tips,
Posted by Thao Allen


What is Sacroiliitis or Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Pain?

Are you experiencing unexplained pain in your low back, hip, groin, buttocks, and even down the back of the thigh? 
This pain and discomfort may worsen when standing up from a seated position, walking up an incline, prolonged sitting or walking, or twisting.

If this sounds familiar, tune in as Physician Assistant Thao Allen breaks down a commonly overlooked source of pain: 'sacroiliitis' or sacroiliac (SI) joint pain. Learn about modern nonsurgical and minimally invasive surgical options to overcome this pain and discomfort. 




Reviewed By: Physician Assistant Thao Allen

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