Bilateral Sacroiliac Joint Injection

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Sacroiliac Joint Pain is a Pain in the Buttocks

Ever had a pain in the butt? No, I am not talking some crazy family member who cannot keep the mouth shut. I am talking about a real pain in the buttock region, possibly confused with low back pain.


A common cause of pain in the area of the tailbone, especially the tailbones in women, is the sacroiliac joint (SIJ). Before we proceed further, let us form a mental picture of the pelvis. The pelvis is a boney ring formed by four bones: two fused sections comprised of the pubis, ischium and...

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