What Commonly Causes Hip/SI Joint Pain?
Problems in the hip and sacroiliac joint are caused by an increase in inflammation and swelling in the joints. This inflammation is often caused by a problem known as degenerative joint disease. As we age, our joints begin to break down and become less mobile, leading to unwanted hip pain and stiffness.
Sudden Movement or Falls
Acute injuries from a slip and fall, or quick bending or twisting, can cause stress reactions, leading to pain in the hip or sacroiliac region. Falling can often cause compression and misalignment in the sacroiliac and hip regions. Without proper assessment and treatment, these injuries often lead to chronic problems.
Believe it or not, most people have one leg that is longer than the other. Usually this problem goes unnoticed or unchecked for years. The differences in leg length has a great effect on how you walk, stand, and the balance of the pelvis. Over time, this can cause issues in your hip and sacroiliac joints.
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