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Sacroiliac joint pain. Do I need to see a doctor?
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Dr. Gregory Billy
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Yes
Typically sacroiliac or si joint pain is best diagnosed and treated by a physician.
The physician can help determine the cause of the pain which can be secondary to: inflammation, trauma or an imbalance of forces acting on a joint. The physican can then determine the best treatment for the pain.

In brief: Yes
Typically sacroiliac or si joint pain is best diagnosed and treated by a physician.
The physician can help determine the cause of the pain which can be secondary to: inflammation, trauma or an imbalance of forces acting on a joint. The physican can then determine the best treatment for the pain.
Dr. Gregory Billy
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In brief: Probably
If it is causing prolonged pain and difficulty walking then see a doctor.

In brief: Probably
If it is causing prolonged pain and difficulty walking then see a doctor.
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Dr. Arnold Beresh
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