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Sacroiliac Joint Disorder

Sacroiliac joint disorder, also known as Sacroiliitis is an inflammatory condition that appears on either one or both of the sacroiliac joints which affects the connection of the lower spine and pelvis. This condition can cause pain in your buttocks and lower back region and can augment up to the legs. Sacroiliitis is difficult to diagnose as it is often mistaken for lower back pain and its symptoms. Prolonged standing or stair climbing can worsen the condition even more. The reasons for sacroiliac joint dysfunction include traumatic injury, infection, pregnancy, and arthritis. The intricacy occurs when this triggers along with other chronic pain leading to depression and insomnia.

Signs and Symptoms of Sacroiliac Joint Disorder

  • Prolonged standing
  • Carrying more weight on one leg
  • Stair climbing
  • Running
  • Taking large strides

Ayurveda Can Help and AyurVAID Does

AyurVAID has pioneered evidence-based, award-winning precision Ayurveda-based protocols for Sacroiliac joint disorder

treatment. Following the fundamental principles of Ayurveda, our physicians perform an in-depth assessment of the key symptoms and health factors of each patient to diagnose the root causes around your diet, individual constitution, lifestyle, work pattern, and genetic predisposition.

Based on the assessment, we arrive at the optimal AyurvedaSacroiliac joint disorder

treatment protocol for Samprapti Vikhatan or breaking the etiopathogenesis, considering the extent of disease progression, risk factors, your constitution (prakriti), and the disease prognosis. This approach bridges the gap between the patient’s individualistic factors and the standard treatment protocols thereby making the therapy effective and safe.

Our whole person-centric approach will help you regain your happiest and healthiest state of life. Our rehabilitation specialists will also give you advice on ergonomics, nutrition, and lifestyle changes to help you better manage the Sacroiliac joint disorder.

Patient centricity is at the core of the AyurVAID approach, and we have been widely recognized for our breakthrough approach. Some of them include :

  • The first NABH-accredited hospital in India.
  • Quality council of India.
  • Winner of the prestigious National Award for Best Ayurveda Centre of the year 2017 from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
  • Industry’s best customer satisfaction score of 92%, rated by our patients.

AyurVAID’s Evidence Based Approach

According to Ayurveda, the situation of Kapha and Vata dosha are the primary grounds for Sacroiliitis. When these doshas are aggravated, they oversee an assemblage of ama in the joints that cause rational pain. Nidana sevana I.e intake of food and practicing activities that can aggravate the Vata and Kapha dosha is the significant reason for this condition. The causative factors include unhealthy diet, heavy exercise, stress, and alcohol abuse.

To deal with Sacroiliitis, it is crucial to reverse the effects of accumulated ama and balance the vitiated doshas. Ayurvedic therapies like Udwartana, sarvanga abhyanga(entire body massage), shashtika shaali pinda sweda, Patra potali Sweda(question), and vasti can help in alleviating the morbid dosha and ama. To enhance the effect of this treatment, proper diet and exercise routines are indicated to facilitate healing and stop further vitiation of doshas.

AyurVAID Outcome of Sacroiliac joint disorder

According to the severity of the condition, Ayurvedic treatment for Sacroiliac joint disorder

can highly reduce its debilitating effects and helps to prevent further progression. Ayurveda Sacroiliac joint disorder treatment helps to reverse the process, leading to a state of remission and permanent Thus Ayurveda can offer a centum cure.

After undergoing the Ayurvedic Sacroiliac joint disorder treatment you are expected to be relieved from :


  • Prolonged standing
  • Carrying more weight on one leg
  • Stair climbing
  • Running
  • Taking large strides

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What aggravates sacroiliac joint dysfunction?
Sacroiliac pain can be aggravated with prolonged sitting or standing, standing on one leg, stair climbing, going from sitting to standing, and running. Potential causes of sacroiliac pain include arthritis, traumatic injury, pregnancy and post-partum, systemic inflammatory conditions, and infection.

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