Sacroiliac Joint Pain Symptoms
- What It Is
- Risk Factors
- Living With
- User Questions
Symptoms of Sacroiliac Joint Pain
- Mild to severe low back pain
- Pain in the buttocks
- Pain that seems deep in the pelvis
- Pain in the hip or groin or back of the thigh
- Pain that radiates down the leg on the affected side
- Stiffness of the lower spine
- Certain activities may increase the pain, including:
- Rolling over in bed
- Getting up from a chair
- Climbing the stairs
What It Is
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Are you at risk of getting Sacroiliac Joint Pain? Inside you'll find known risk factors for the condition.
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Can this condition lead to other health problems? Learn more about the known complications.
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Can this condition be treated? What Sacroiliac Joint Pain treatment options are available?
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