sacroiliac joint

Sacral Pain

  The Sacrum (Latin os sacrum) is a large triangular-shaped bone at the base of the spine, forms the upper rear portion of the pelvis, like a wedge located between two of the pelvic bones. There are 5 sacral vertebrae when you are born and fuse together as you age forming 1 bone. Nerves pass through the sacrum that form nerves that pass down the lower extremities as well as nerves that supply pelvic organs with nerve innervation. Sacrum pain is very common and the cause can be from a ...

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