- Sacroiliac joint pain
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
- Pubic symphysis pain
- Pubic symphysis diastasis
- 648.7 Bone and joint disorders of back pelvis and lower limbs of mother complicating pregnancy childbirth or the puerperium
- 719.45 Pain in joint, pelvic region and thigh
- 724.6 Disorders of sacrum
- 846 Sprains and strains of sacroiliac region
- 846.1 Sprain of sacroiliac ligament
- 846.8 Sprain of other specified sites of sacroiliac region
- 846.9 Sprain of unspecified site of sacroiliac region
- M25.559 Pain in unspecified hip
- S33.2 Dislocation of sacroiliac and sacrococcygeal joint
- CM 026.7 Subluxation of symphysis pubis in pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium
- CM 026.71 Subluxation of the symphysis pubis in pregnancy
- CM 026.711 Subluxation of the symphysis pubis in pregnancy, first trimester
- Pain experienced between the posterior iliac crest and the gluteal fold, particularly in the vicinity of the sacroiliac joints (SIJ) and/or the pubic symphysis1
- Pain may radiate in the posterior thigh and can also occur in conjunction with/or separately in the symphysis1
- Endurance capacity for standing, walking, and sitting is diminished
- Generally arises in relation to pregnancy, trauma, or reactive arthritis
- Gradual or acute onset secondary to strain and impairment of load transfer at sacroiliac joints or symphysis pubis
- Diagnosis made by clinical examination including provocation tests and load transfer tests
- Lumbar spine involvement and hip joint involvement must be ruled in or out
- Reproduction of symptoms with clinical examination
- No imaging is performed on pregnant women unless pain is associated with acute trauma such as motor vehicle accident
- PGP in pregnancy is related to impaired functional stability of the pelvic girdle joints resulting in impairment of the transfer of load2
- Pregnancy predisposes women to pelvic girdle pain because of reduced force closure of the pelvic girdle joints
- May present with or without lumbar spine pain, radicular symptoms
- Commonly occurs in women during pregnancy
- Pain experienced between the posterior iliac crest and the gluteal fold, particularly in the vicinity of the sacroiliac joints (SIJ) and/or the pubic symphysis and/or hips1
- Pain can be unilateral, bilateral in the symphysis, or in all three joints3
- Symphysis pubis pain may be extremely tender to the touch
- Pain may radiate in the posterior thigh and/or groin/inner thigh
- Pain can occur in conjunction with/or separately in the lumbar spine and pubic symphysis
- Asymmetrical appearance of bony landmarks of the pelvis and malalignment of pelvic and/or back joints
- Audible clicking sound coming from the pelvis
- Endurance capacity for standing, walking, and sitting is diminished1
- Difficulty lifting legs and pain pulling ...
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