Predisposing factors for SIJ pain include true and apparent leg length discrepancy, older age, inflammatory arthritis, previous spinal surgery, pregnancy, and trauma. Sacroiliac joint pain is one of the most common causes of low back pain that occurs in daily practice. Sacroiliac joint pain is defined as pain caused by unusual movement in the sacroiliac joint structure. Sacroiliac joint pain can be caused by trauma, pregnancy, repetitive stress, sports, and after spinal surgery.
If typical treatments for gout are ineffective against sacroiliac joint symptoms (and the doctor cannot identify any additional inflammatory conditions), direct treatment of the sacroiliac joints may be necessary. Obesity is becoming one of the major risk factors for sacroiliac joint dysfunction, which can cause pain. In addition to multiparous pregnancy and obesity, office occupancy and prolonged sitting time are also becoming the main predisposing factors for sacroiliac joint pain (50.5% and 51.51%, respectively). Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is an inflammatory condition that causes joint pain and swelling, as well as scaly patches on the skin, called psoriasis.
Sacroiliac joints are generally considered synovial joints, but they can also be classified as diarthrosis-amphiarthrosis joints. Sacroiliac and lumbar joint manipulation was more effective in improving functional disability than sacroiliac joint manipulation alone in patients with sacroiliac joint syndrome. Most causes of back pain related to sacrophagus dysfunction can be treated with the rest of the joint, anti-inflammatory medications, and physical therapy. The symptoms of sacroiliac joint syndrome are often difficult to distinguish from other types of low back pain.
Localized pain is not always a reliable presentation, since a 2000 study reported 18 different patterns of pain referral from the sacroiliac joint. We determined that activity rate was one of the important predisposing factors for sacroiliac joint pain. Sacroiliac joint pain has become a major contributor to mechanical low back pain, regardless of gender. Then, the diagnosis of pain in the sacroiliac joint was made using an anesthetic block and a decrease in the pain score of more than 75% was observed.