One Sided Back Pain can often be misdiagnosed and can actual be your pelvis and not your back.
The Sacro-illiac Joint is actually in your pelvis, and these joints can be the source of your pain!
( You can the position of these joints as the two dimples at the base of your spine , just above where the top of your underpants come to )
Low back pain felt in the lower right or left side of the back is a common presentation.
And the origination of this pain can be from the SI joints.
SO IS IT A BACK PROBLEM OR A PELVIS PROBLEM?
Often it is both!
SI dysfunction , can be the result of improper function of the spine, which causing the SI joint to become inflamed and therefore painful.
Sufferers of SI problems experience low back pain in the lower right or left side of the lower back. Chiropractors from the Four Spine and Health Clinics in Crows Nest, North Sydney, Mosman and Gladesville, have been seeing SI sufferers for years.
Dr. Yoon from the Crows Nest Spine and Health says “ you often see with SI sufferers, pain going from a sitting to standing position, turning over in bed, sitting in a chair for long periods. But it is the pain experienced from Sitting to Standing that really gives the clue its the SI Joint! The confusing thing is that SI pain can mimic Back pain, by referring pain into the buttocks, groin and hips, thus tricking practitioners into thinking its Sciatica, or hip problems”
The Spine and Health Centre, are trained in the relief and treatment of back pain and hip pain.
Our Chiropractic office’s have the most comprehensive analysis of the spine and our dedicated team of Chiropractors will find out the true cause of you low back pain and the best way to move forwards with treatment.
By treating the cause of the problems, we can achieve results that are more than just symptom relief, but a true cause of the pain.
We are established in four centres in the lower north shore. Gladesville, Crows nest, Mosman, North Sydney. Make an appointment today to find out the true cause of your back pain, because it could be your SI joints and not your back!