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My 40 y.O mother keeps getting sharp pains towards the left of her lower back/tail bone and it hurts her to sit stand and move. What might this be?
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Dr. Mark Weston
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
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In brief: Si jt dys function
Check tthe si joint.

In brief: Si jt dys function
Check tthe si joint.
Dr. Mark Weston
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Dr. Larry Armstrong
Neurosurgery
In brief: Check it out.
This region of pain could be si (sacroiliac) joint pain or another cause.
A lumbar MRI and evaluation by a neurosurgeon can help determine the source of the pain as well as prescribe treatment such as therapy or injections. There are several possible causes but only a proper eval will clue you in.

In brief: Check it out.
This region of pain could be si (sacroiliac) joint pain or another cause.
A lumbar MRI and evaluation by a neurosurgeon can help determine the source of the pain as well as prescribe treatment such as therapy or injections. There are several possible causes but only a proper eval will clue you in.
Dr. Larry Armstrong
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