Sacral Iliac (SI Joint) Pain

The Sacral Iliac Joint (the SI Joint) can be attributed to in roughly 15%-20% of low back pain cases according to the research. Many times people fail treatment for low back pain and sciatica because the sacral iliac joint was not addressed. A problem with sacral iliac joint pain is that it often does not show up on the MRI. This condition has a common referral pattern where pain will go down the leg and stop at the knee. In order to treat the SI Joint correctly, the root cause must be identified. Watch this video below to learn more about Sacral Iliac Joint Pain.

Dr. Nick Scotto is a leading and trusted physical therapist in Jacksonville, Fl. He founded River City Physical Therapy to better serve the active adults in Jacksonville who want to remain fit, healthy, and happy. Many fitness enthusiasts, runners, and active adults have consulted with Nick looking for a permanent solution to their pain. Through education and specific treatment plans he helps them to heal their body naturally and achieve their goals of returning to the activities they love.

Dr. Nick Scotto is a leading and trusted physical therapist in Jacksonville, Fl. He founded River City Physical Therapy to better serve the active adults in Jacksonville who want to remain fit, healthy, and happy. Many fitness enthusiasts, runners, and active adults have consulted with Nick looking for a permanent solution to their pain. Through education and specific treatment plans he helps them to heal their body naturally and achieve their goals of returning to the activities they love.