To use a common expression, buttocks pain is a pain in the butt. It can make everyday activities like sitting, standing, and walking extremely difficult and painful. There are many potential elements that can cause butt pain, and numerous treatment options. In this article, we are going to discuss some of the potential conditions and injuries that can result in buttock pain, and how to treat such pain.
Potential Causes of Buttock Pain
Many different injuries and conditions can cause a patient to experience pain in the buttocks. Here are a few potential causes of pain in the buttocks:
- Muscle Strains
- Sacroiliac Joint Issues
These conditions and injuries can develop over time with normal wear and tear as the body ages, or they can result from acute injuries such as a car accident or sports-related injury.
Treating Pain in the Buttocks
Treatment of buttock pain first requires a complete and accurate diagnosis of what’s causing the pain. Only then can you move forward with an effective treatment strategy. Depending on the diagnosis, treatments may include pain medications, injections, surgery, or physical therapy. Physical therapy is one of the most tried and true treatment methods for patients experiencing buttocks pain. Whether your pain is the result of an injury, or a pre-existing condition, physical therapy can help reduce your pain and increase your mobility.
Edina Physical Therapy Clinic
The Twin Cities physical therapists at OrthoRehab Specialists have over twenty-five years of experience treating patients throughout the state of Minnesota. We offer direct access to physical therapy, and also have existing referral relationships with over 600 providers who regularly send their patients to us for continued treatment. If you are experiencing chronic pain in your buttocks, physical therapy may be your best option for treating the pain. Contact our team today at our Minneapolis or Edina physical therapy clinics to set up your very own appointment and get started with a physical therapy program.
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