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An Important Link Between The Upper And Lower Body

The sacroiliac joint, or SI joint, is another common culprit of low back pain. In fact, up to 30% of low back pain can be attributed to this joint. It’s formed where the sacrum (tailbone) and ilium (pelvis) come together on either side of the body. It’s an important joint because it transfers weight from the lower body to the upper body and vice versa. Why does this matter? Well, every time you walk or run your SI joints distribute the shock from the ground across the pelvis, which reduces strain on the spine.

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