SI joint dysfunction is often mistaken for lower back pain or a herniated disc and is therefore often overlooked or misdiagnosed. However, common symptoms include:
Pain worsens after extended periods of standing or walking
Pain improves with sitting or lying down
Pain improved with walking or standing
Tightness in the SI joint region
Pain radiates into the knee, legs, buttocks, or groin
Sharp sciatica-like pain
Pain intensifies when running or climbing stairs
In diagnosing SI joint dysfunction, a physician will review your medical history and conduct a thorough physical examination. Additionally, your health care provider may order the following tests:
• Anesthetic injections
• CT scan
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