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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Sprain

The sacroiliac joints, sometimes called the SI joints, are where the two iliac bones of the pelvis join with the sacrum, a triangular bone at the base of the spine. The SI joints help to support your body’s weight and allow you to twist at the hips. These bones are held together by several very strong ligaments, the tough, fibrous tissue that connects bones. These ligaments can become stretched or torn by repetitive motion seen in many sports. Athletes with an SI joint sprain typically experience pain in their lower back or upper buttocks

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Upswing is led by two orthopedic surgeons with over 50 combined years of healthcare leadership and experience.

    Dr. Jay Kimmel

  • Dr. Jay Kimmel is an orthopedic surgeon with Advanced Orthopedics New England. Dr. Kimmel specializes in Sports Medicine with an emphasis on shoulder and knee injuries.
  • Assistant clinical professor in both the department of family medicine and department of orthopedics at the University of Connecticut.
  • Dr. Kimmel is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery and is board-certified in Orthopedic Surgery.
  • Sport of Choice: Tennis

    Dr. Steven Schutzer

  • Dr. Steve Schutzer is a Founding Member and Medical Director of the Connecticut Joint Replacement Institute at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center,
  • President of the Connecticut Joint Replacement Surgeons, LLC and Physician Executive for the Orthopedic Service Line at Trinity Health Of New England.
  • Highly sought-after national speaker on value-based healthcare.
  • Sport of Choice: Tae Kwon Do

We suggested this condition because you mentioned these symptoms:

This is not a medical diagnosis. If you are in extreme pain, please dial 911 or go to emergency.

Where does it hurt?

Back

How did you hurt it?

Collision or Twisting or Overuse

Are you limping?

No

Do you need to see a doctor?

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