Hip Joint Dysfunction/Sacroiliac

Hip Joint Dysfunction/Sacroiliac

Joint Dysfunction

The Hip Joint is the joint that supports the body weight while allowing greater range of motion than all the other joints in the body.' It is also the most flexible joint, allowing us to walk, run, and jump. Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction is improper movement of the joints at the bottom of the spine that connect the sacrum to the pelvis, causing pain at the back of the pelvis between the sacrum and the ilium. Sacroiliac joint pain usually starts as pain in the lower back or buttocks, but pain can spread to surrounding muscles triggering spasms due to joint dysfunction. There are many different terms for Sacroillac Joint Dysfunction, such as SI Joint Syndrome, SI Joint Strain, and SI Joint Inflammation, each referring to he condition that causes pain in the SI joint from a specific caluse.

How Class IV Laser Therapy Helps Hip Bursitis/Bursosis

Class IV Laser Therapy benefits hip bursitis or bursosis because it reduces pain, reduces inflammation and accelerates healing. It reduces pain by reducing the neuronal impulses and increasing the release of endorphins. It reduces inflammation by decreasing the inflammatory factors and reduction of edema by dilating lymphatics. It accelerates healing by increasing the blood.

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