Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

The sacroiliac joint is located in the pelvis, linking the iliac bone to the sacrum. This joint transfers weight and forces between the upper body and legs. It is an essential component for shock absorption to prevent impact forces during walking from reaching the spine.

Dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint, or SI joint may have several causes, particularly: 

Symptoms of SI joint syndrome are often difficult to distinguish from other types of low back pain, and may include:
Your doctor will consider all the information you provide, including any history of injury, location of your pain, and problems standing or sleeping. A variety of diagnostic tests performed by may help determine whether the SI joint is a source of the symptoms.
Possible related devices:
(This mention is purely informative and according to the manufacturer’s instructions. It should always be subjected to a proper diagnosis and medical decision.)