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The sacroiliac joint is the point where the spine connects to the pelvis. Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome causes pain in the sacroiliac joint and in the lower back and legs. Sometimes Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome is referenced to as Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.

The Sacroiliac Joint Is Unique

The Sacroiliac joint has several characteristics that make it stand out from other joints in the human body. It is very limited in the amount of motion it can perform, its full range of motion is less that 20 degrees.

The sacroiliac joint is very difficult to dislocate. It is also one of the few joints in the human body that is bicondylar. A bicondylar joint has two surfaces that move and work together to produce the joint’s motion.

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Information About Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome

Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome happens when the two parts of the joint are no longer working in unison.

When this happens pain in the back, legs, and groin manifests. It is most often a mild dull pain. However, when a person suffering from Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome changes from a sitting to a standing position the pain may become worse.

The Causes of Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome

The cause of Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome is not always known. The pain and irritation can be caused not only by too much movement but also too little movement.

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Diagnosis And Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome

The diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome can be a challenging one but Progressive Spine & Orthopaedics is up to the challenge. There is no one test or tool used in the diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome. Instead the diagnostic process will involve a physical exam and possibly some tests such as x-rays, CT Scans, and MRIs.

Once Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome is diagnosed there are numerous treatment options that can be considered. In more mild cases of the disease the only treatment that will be needed is simple lifestyle modification and pain management through medication. More rarely, injections or surgery might be required.

Dr. Joshua Rovner will discuss all of Progressive Spine & Orthopaedics state of the art treatment options with you and you can make an informed decision about your treatment together.

Your New Jersey Spine Surgeon for Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome Treatment

As an award-winning New Jersey spine surgeon, Dr. Joshua Rovner delivers comprehensive treatment for Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome, with both surgical and non-surgical options. Board certified to practice in New York and New Jersey, Dr. Joshua Rovner is among few spine surgeons in NJ with depth of experience and expertise for treatment of spinal conditions along with advanced and minimally-invasive spinal surgery. Schedule a consultation today and contact us.

If you are suffering from back or neck pain, it is crucial for you to receive a professional diagnosis as soon as possible. Dr. Rovner is one of the best spine surgeons in NJ who has the experience and expertise necessary to help patients actualize successful outcomes with orthopedic spine surgery.

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