Sacroiliac Dysfunction

PT Northwest's director, Dan Hughes DPT, has extensive education and training on SI dysfunction, and through appropriate treatment has been able to help a large number of people with significantly limiting SI problems return to a pain-free, fully functional life. He has taught continuing medical education courses on the SI joint for a number of years and is considered one of the experts in this region for SI dysfunction.

Sacroiliac syndromes can cause a great deal of low back and buttock pain. Leg length variations or radicular symptoms are frequent. As these presentations are shared by many other pathologies, SI syndromes are frequently missed. Here at PT Northwest we have the experience and skills to treat even the most difficult of cases.