Sacroiliac Joint Pain

Is My Pain Sciatica or Something Else?

Sciatica Pain
Sciatica is often experienced as a shooting, searing pain that radiates down the leg—but other conditions can be experienced this way too. Learn what conditions could be masquerading as sciatica pain and how your doctor might make a differential diagnosis.

The Basics of Back Pain and Spinal Anatomy

Whether you have pain in the upper, middle, or lower part of your back, knowing the anatomical structures of the spine can help you understand your treatment options.

A Visual Guide to Radiofrequency Neurotomy for Facet and Sacroiliac Joint Pain

Radiofrequency neurotomy is a procedure that can bring pain relief to some people suffering from facet and sacroiliac joint pain.

Understanding Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Pain

Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain may occur when there is abnormal movement in the sacroiliac joints. The symptoms of this condition are very similar to those of herniated discs.

Is My Lower Back Pain from Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction?

One relatively common cause of low back pain is sacroiliac joint dysfunction, but it tends to be commonly overlooked.

Understanding Sacroiliac Joint Injections

Our new video help you visualize what happens during a sacroiliac joint injection.