Melbourne Sacroiliac Joint

Dysfunction Melbourne

9646 8600

🖈55 Rouse St Port Melbourne

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Melbourne

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The sacroiliac joints are located in the lower back and join the sacrum (base of the spine) to the pelvic bones (ilium). There are two sacroiliac joints – one on either side of the spine. The sacroiliac joints act to transfer weight from the spine to the pelvis and then thru the hips to the legs. These joints allow a small but very important amount of movement to occur.

We offer sacroiliac joint dysfunction Melbourne treatment for one of the more common causes of mechanical low back pain and a condition that we care for very commonly in our center.

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction Melbourne may occur from excessive forces being applied to the sacroiliac joint. This can be from bending, sitting, lifting, arching, or twisting movements of the spine, or, from weight-bearing forces associated with running or jumping. Injury to the sacroiliac joint may occur traumatically or due to repetitive or prolonged forces over time. Often SI joints will gradually tighten up through prolonged sitting but not become painful until later activity.

These joints are supplied by a complex network of nerves and are in close proximity to nerves affecting the legs and lower abdominal organs. Sacroiliac pain can present as low back, leg, groin, or hip pain. Many times knee and hip problems will be corrected by adjusting the sacroiliac joint.

With the SOT and Gentle chiropractic approach, we use in our center the sacroiliac joint is most carefully analyzed to ensure a very precise correction with adjustment. We find the more precisely the SI joint is examined and adjusted, the more effective and comfortable the result.

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Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Melbourne Approach Call 9646 8600


Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Melbourne is located at

55 Rouse St Port Melbourne (Corner with Johnston St) with plenty of off-street parking.

Transport options to Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Melbourne are:

Light Rail Tram 109 to Port Melbourne (stop at Graham St or North Port).

Buses 234 & 236 (City to Port Melbourne), 606 (St Kilda to Port Melbourne).

No. 1 Tram to South Melbourne beach.