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Is SI Joint Instability Due To Spondylitis?

Is SI Joint Instability Due To Spondylitis?

My SI joints misalign causing back pain. The worst part are the tight muscles that develop in the lower back, hips and legs.
Thanks for any information.

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Use a inversion table works for me.

posted 16 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

My SI joints were very out of alignment and eventually went back into place with a lot of physical therapy. I had a lot of glute tightness that using a foam roller and getting PT massage really helps with. I still have glute tightness, but not as bad. I do have to foam roll every day. Spondylitis causes inflammation of the SI joints, which can cause the muscle tightness. I don't know for sure, but I would imagine that tight muscles pulling on your SI joints could pull them out of alignment.

posted 16 days ago
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