Sacroiliac Dysfunction

The sacroiliac joint refers to the joint at the base of your spine forming your pelvis.  Sacroiliac dysfunction refers to an abnormality in this joint that affects movement.  Characteristics of this dysfunction include pain in your low back, hip, groin, and buttocks.  Individuals define the pain as ranging from dull to sharp and typically increases with activity.  Many describe the pain as debilitating. 

Shore Points Physical Therapists are specially trained to evaluate and treat each patient individually and develop goals to address their needs.

Our facility is equipped with many pieces of equipment to address these deficits, including but not limited to upper and lower extremity weight machines, treadmill, recumbent bicycle, upright bicycle, upper extremity bicycle, parallel bars, stairs, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation.

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