Patients that present with pelvic pain usually note pain in the front of the body, from the hips to the groin region. The pelvis can cause pain in the front and the low back (in the gluteal region) and can be from many causes.
The pelvis is composed of three bones: the sacrum, and two ilia on either side that wrap around to the front of the body and form a joint. Very often patients present with low back pain or hip pain that may actually be occurring in the pelvis. It is commonplace for pregnant women, patients that sit the majority of their day, and athletes to have problems occur.
The pain in the pelvis usually come from the joints in the pelvis (the sacroiliac joints and the pubic symphysis) or the muscles and ligaments surrounding the area.
The Doctors of Chiropractic at Scott Family Health can help you determine what is causing your pain, and the best steps to alleviate your symptoms.
Treatment may vary depending on the diagnosis. Treatment may include a chiropractic adjustment, acupuncture or massage therapy, and possibly physical therapy. X-rays or other diagnostic tests may be necessary to determine the best care for your condition.
Possible diagnoses, and conditions treated at Scott Family Health: