S I joint pain (low back pain)
The SI (sacroiliac) joint connects your sacrum and your ilium. The sacrum is your tailbone (lower spine), and the ileum is where you might experience lower back depression. The S I joint pain can occur through overuse- such as: running, lifting, walking, and/or sitting for long periods of time.
Let’s talk about the sign and symptoms:
- The most common complaint is that if they sit for an extended amount of time, they may have back discomfort. Similarly, holding any position for an extended amount of time might cause pain to return. Another indication or symptom is if you sleep on one side and turn to the other side, your back pains.
Traditional health care often treats S I joint pain by recommending rest or limiting activities. To reduce inflammation, apply heat or ice to the joint. Pain medication to relieve your discomfort, joint injections to clear the inflammation from the joint, and, in the worst-case situation, surgery to fuse the joint.
Physiotherapy Treatment of S I joint pain:
Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre is not like typical health care management. We’ll take a thorough history and examination. And at the end of it all, we’ll have an accurate diagnosis.
Following that, we will utilize cutting-edge technological devices to alleviate your discomfort, such as-
- Extracorporeal Shockwave Treatment,
- High-intensity Class 4 laser treatment,
- Combo therapy, and
- Mechanical mobilization by Super Inductive System, etc.
Our sports physiotherapist will next use active manual treatment to your affected area, such as manipulation and mobilization, soft tissue release, myofascial release, and chiropractic adjustments.
In addition, Kinesio taping.
Dry needling acupuncture- for years, our professional and trained physiotherapist has used safe and sanitary dry needling methods. Dry needling can help you minimize spasms and, as a result, decrease pain.
Muscle energy technique- this technique is used by our physiotherapist to reduce pain, enhance mobility, and realign everything.
Shotgun technique- Place a strap/mulligan belt or conventional stiff belt on your thigh just above your knee > Lie down with your knees flexed > Abduct your legs inside the belt.
The second stage of the Shotgun technique requires a football, basketball, volleyball, or pillow > resting supine with flexed knee > keeping the ball in-between your knees > now finally, pushing into the ball
Our physiotherapist will next explain and demonstrate exercises that you may practice at home to help you continue to improve. Such as-
- Stretching of hip flexors, & hamstring.
- Hip hike exercise- Stand on the edge of the step and hang one leg out of the step, now try to hike your hanging hip.
- Also, Deep squatting.