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Sacroiliac Injury

Sacroiliac Joint Injuries Refer Pain to the Buttock, Thigh, and Groin


Sacroiliac (SI) Injury

The Sacroiliac joints are two large joints just above the tailbone in your low back. They connect the sacrum (lowest bone in your spine) to the iliac bone (hip bone) on both sides. The sacroiliac joints, like other joints, can sustain a traumatic sprain/strain injury or a repetitive/overuse sprain/strain injury. Sacroiliac joint injuries commonly refer pain to the buttock, thigh, and groin regions.

What are a few possible causes of sacroiliac (SI) injury?

  1. Auto accidents
  2. Falling down
  3. Using improper lifting techniques while lifting a heavy object
  4. Sitting in an awkward position for too long




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