Sciatica Pain | SI Joint Pain Prolotherapy Treatment

May 31, 2016 | Author: sherya12 | Category: Types, Business/Law, Press Releases
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At present many people suffering from Sciatica Pain, SI (Sacro Iliac) Joint Pain, but do not get proper treatment for pa...


Sciatica Pain | SI Joint Pain Prolotherapy Treatment In medical term, sciatica describes the symptoms of leg pain and possibly tingling, numbness or weakness that originates in the lower back and travels through the buttock and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of the leg. Sciatica is pain in the lower extremity resulting from compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve (the largest nerve in the body). The pain of sciatica is typically felt from the low back to behind the thigh and radiating down below the knee.

The Sacroiliac joint or SI joint is the joint in the bony pelvis between the sacrum and the ilium of the pelvis, which are joined by strong ligaments. In humans, the sacrum supports the spine and is supported in turn by an ilium on each side. The joint is a strong, weight bearing synovial joint with irregular elevations and depressions that produce interlocking of the two bones

Ligaments • Anterior sacroiliac ligament • Interosseous sacroiliac ligament • Posterior sacroiliac ligament • Sacrotuberous ligament • Sacrospinous ligament The motions of the sacroiliac joint • Anterior innominate tilt of both innominate bones on the sacrum (where the left and right move as a unit) • Posterior innominate tilt of both innominate bones on the sacrum (where the left and right move together as a unit) • Anterior innominate tilt of one innominate bone while the opposite innominate bone tilts posteriorly on the sacrum (antagonistic innominate tilt) which occurs during gait • Sacral flexion (or nutation) Motions of the sacrum occur simultaneous with motion of the ilium so you must be careful in the description of these as isolated motions. • Sacral extension (or counter-nutation). Symptoms and signs The following are symptoms/signs that may be associated with an SI joint (SIJ) problem: • Mechanical SIJ dysfunction usually causes a dull unilateral low back pain.

• The pain is often a mild to moderate ache around the dimple or posterior superior iliac spine (PSIS) region. • The pain may become worse and sharp while doing activities such as standing up from a seated position or lifting the knee towards the chest during stair climbing. • Pain is typically on one side or the other (unilateral PSIS pain), but the pain can occasionally be bilateral. • When the pain of SIJ dysfunction is severe (which is infrequent), there can be referred pain into the hip, groin, and occasionally down the leg, but rarely does the pain radiate below the knee. • Pain can be referred from the SIJ down into the buttock or back of the thigh, but rarely to the foot. • Low back pain and stiffness, often unilateral, that often increases with prolonged sitting or prolonged walking. • Pain may occur during sexual intercourse; however, this is not specific to just sacroiliac joint problems. Indian Prolotherapy has been doing prolotherapy for Sciatica Pain, SI Joint Pain.It offers best treatment for any kind of pain. If you have any query about pain treatment please visit our website : Clinic Location:Pain & Wellness Clinic, Kirti Stambh,Katara,Sagar, Madhya Pradesh-470002

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