What causes pain with Sacroiliitis?-Dr. Hanume Gowda


Sacroilitis is a painful condition in people that occurs around the lower back. (lower back as shown). Where the spine meets the pelvis, there is a joint that has very minimal movement. This joint when irritated or any injury or inflammation or infection causes sacroiliitis. The infection is a type of bacterial or viral infection that occurs there and produces pus, pain and swelling. Inflammation is something where there is no offensive organism. It happens from inside. Sacroilitis has a common association with some of the conditions, such as ankylosing spondylitis and spondyloarthrosis. We put all this under spondyloarthropathies. In society, the most common cause of this condition is incorrect posture or lack of exercise. The wrong position is when you sit for a long time in an awkward position and you tend to irritate her. The majority are people who got a job sitting and who sit in uncomfortable positions because the demands of the job tend to irritate the sacroiliac joint and if not taken care of with appropriate physical measures, it can happen to a long-term problem and can lead to to a noninfectious non-inflammatory sacroiliitis.

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    What causes pain with Sacroiliitis?-Dr. Hanume Gowda

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