Sacroiliac Joints (SIJ) pain and dysfunction link the lower spine to the pelvis. To form the SI joints, the right tailbone connects with the left sides of the pelvic bones. The SI joints need to form a rigid connection, allowing the person to moves, but only to a certain degree.
Abnormal or excessive movement of the joints leads to Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction. A person with SI joint pain-dysfunction may experience pain in the lower back, buttock, hip, and sciatic pain. The two primary types of SI joint pain are hypermobility or instability and hypomobility or stiffness.
The goal of physiotherapy is to restore full function of the joints. A physiotherapist can examine and identify the type of SI joint pain the person has. Physiotherapists utilize several different types of techniques and therapies to treat the condition and also recommend exercises for them to perform at home.
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At Physiomobility, we have a team of qualified professionals who offer specialized treatment for various musculoskeletal conditions. Whether you have a chronic medical condition, such as arthritis, or you have experienced a sports injury, or suffer from dizziness and vertigo our experienced physiotherapists will provide you a personalized treatment, offering you relief from pain and discomfort and enabling you to get back to your usual activities quickly.
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AS ESSENTIAL HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, WE REMAIN OPEN FOR IN-CLINIC TREATMENTS DURING THE PROVINCE WIDE EMERGENCY BREAK ANNOUNCED ON APRIL 01, 2021
Physiomobility continues to remain open and is not part of the lockdown. We continue to have rigorous disinfection policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety of our community and are open for patient in-person visits with all of our practitioners.
Virtual appointments are available and encouraged for those who are at a heightened risk of illness.
We remain focused on our quality of care & our continued commitment to helping our patients feel their best. For further assistance, you can contact us at 416-444-4800 during our opening hours.
The Physiomobility Team