What is Sacroiliac joint pain?

Sacroiliac joints are positioned between the iliac bones and the sacrum, connecting the spine to the hips. The SI joints are attached to the sacrum below the waste, and are supported by strong ligaments and muscles. The SI joint can cause severe pain if the joint wears out or does not move properly.

More about Sacroiliac Joint Pain

Sacroiliac joint pain varies from mild to severe depending on the extent of the injury, to the cause. Acute SI joint pain happens suddenly and often heals within several days or weeks, while chronic SI joint can pain persist for three months or more. It may be felt all the time and worsen with some activities.