Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
This is the joint at the base of the spine that meets the pelvis. This joint has very little movement. Dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint causes low back, buttock, groin and/or leg pain. The pain can be similar to pain caused by a lumbar disc herniation.
- Leg length discrepancy / biomechanical mal-alignment.
- Pes Planus / Flat feet (See Orthotics).
- Trauma / Repetitive Strain.
- Minor Sports Injury
Osteopaths are able to assess your biomechanical alignment and minor sports injuires and joint pain so please call us to see if we can help. Back and Active Osteopaths Belsize Park, NW3 on 020 7586 6022.