A 31-year-old female asked:
hi i'm confused if someone was to have pirifomis release surgey wouldn't this cause si joint pain because the muscle keeps the pelvis stable? thanks
1 doctor answer • 2 doctors weighed in
Internal Medicine 59 years experience
More info needed: Why the Pyriformis release surgery
Have you had non-invasive treatment for "pyriformis syndrome" ? What does your Physical Therapist say about your SI Joint. If is stable and not diseased exercide will maintain your SI joint stability/
BTW There are "semi-invasive" treatments for Pyriformis
spasm including BOTOX injections
Hope this helps
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