Sacroiliac Syndrome

Sacroiliac syndrome occurs when one of the joints where the spine joins the pelvis doesn’t move properly.

This then causes an imbalance, or instability in the pelvic girdle when standing or sitting.

Exercise or repetitive movement then irritates the sacroiliac joint causing it to become inflamed and painful.


The following symptoms are associated with sacroiliac syndrome:

  • Sharp pain into the low back and buttock
  • Tenderness when the affected buttock is pressed.
  • Pain which refers into the back of the thigh but not down the leg.
  • Pain and stiffness which is worse in the morning or after sitting.


Although painful, sacroiliac syndrome can be managed with conservative care and gentle mobilisation exercises.

Our Sacroiliac Syndrome treatment information is a comprehensive rehabilitation guide to treat the condition simply and effectively at home.

How to treat Sacroiliac Syndrome

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