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1737 King Street, Suite 110
Alexandria VA, 22314

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      601 Post Office Road,
      Suite 2A
      Waldorf, MD 20602

      Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Specialist in Waldorf MD

      SI Joint Pain Treatment Waldorf MD

      If SI joint pain affects your day-to-day, inhibits you from doing the things you love, or interferes with work, it is time to get to the bottom of your discomfort.

      As a leading conservative and holistic treatment center with locations in Waldorf, MD, and Alexandria, VA, we proudly offer non-invasive solutions to alleviate your back and leg pain. Our mission is to uncover the root cause of your pain and provide safe and effective treatment options so your body can reach an optimal state of health.

      Let us help you determine exactly what is causing your discomfort. We treat all kinds of pain conditions, including Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, also known as SI Joint pain. If you are experiencing low back or leg pain, SIJ may be the culprit. Call today and speak with one of our pain specialists.

      What is Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction?

      The SI joint connects your pelvis and lower spine or sacrum and is pivotal for hip movement. This joint is responsible for shock absorption between the bones and stability, especially while walking or participating in other physical activities.

      Dr. Razaq and our team of highly trained pain specialists have extensive experience treating Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and understand how debilitating it can be.

      Our mission is to provide healing solutions to get you back to enjoying everyday activities again without pain.

      Symptoms of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

      • Pain that radiates down the legs during movement
      • Numbing pain in the hip, groin, or upper thigh
      • Pain in the lower back or butt
      • Tingling or weakness in the lower extremities
      • Symptoms worsen by sitting, standing, walking, or climbing
      • Discomfort while sleeping due to pain in the hips
      • Limited range of motion
      • Loss of balance

      What causes Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction?

      If you are struggling with any of the symptoms mentioned above, don’t wait to get to the bottom of your pain. The sooner we can uncover what is causing your discomfort, the faster we can get you back to an active, healthy life.

      Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction is commonly caused by inflammation or irritation to the SI joint due to a number of factors, including the following:

      • Sudden impacts such as a fall or car accident
      • Pregnancy or childbirth
      • Hip or spine surgery
      • Repetitive impact sports such as jogging
      • Poor posture or improper footwear
      • Certain illnesses or infections
      • Arthritis, gout, or other autoimmune disorders
      • Uneven movement in the pelvis

      SI Joint Pain Diagnosis

      Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction is often misdiagnosed for other conditions that cause similar symptoms making it imperative to get an accurate diagnosis.

      At the Center for Sports and Regenerative Orthopedics in Waldorf, MD, and Alexandria, VA, we utilize innovative and advanced diagnostics and treatment options.

      Let our joint pain physicians help you back to good health.

      Contact us here to schedule your first consultation and to speak with a pain specialist in Waldorf or Alexandria.

      Treatment for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

      We take a conservative and holistic approach first and foremost to determine if the SI joint is contributing to any pain, recurring leg pain, or low back pain.

      Our goal is to create a tailored treatment plan that includes muscle strengthening to stabilize the region, patient education, and sometimes offering a compressive brace for stability.

      At the same time, you work on strength and postural awareness.

      Our team is well versed in the most advanced treatment options for joint pain and has helped many patients overcome Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.

      Additional treatment options may include:

      Why Work with Our SI Joint Pain Clinic?

      When you work with us, you will be working with the highest-rated wellness centers in Maryland and Virginia. We take pride in providing our patients with everything they need to ensure a successful healing journey.

      Dr. Razaq and our team make it of the utmost importance to spend ample time on patient education, ensuring you understand exactly how to improve the mechanics of your SI joint through muscular education.

      We support you EVERY step of the way. You deserve to live a pain-free, active life, and we know how to make that possible. Call today to speak with a leading pain specialist.

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