In patients ages 30-60, the most common causes of low back pain differ from those in older adults. These conditions can cause anywhere from mild to severe pain in the low back and can be acute, lasting less than 3 months, or become chronic problems.
The Sacroiliac joints are located at the very bottom of the back, on either side of the spine. The Sacroiliac joints help make up the rear part of the pelvic girdle and sit between the sacrum (vertebrae S1-S5) and the Ilia (hip bones). The function of the SI joints is to allow twisting movements when […]