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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What is bilaterally sacrolittis?

    My eight year old son had difficulties walking.

    MRI report has shown bilaterally sacrolittis.

    He has pain but very rare and it is mild, this pain usually appears when he is running.

    I've read so much bad things about this condition.

    Could you tell me is there a light at the end of this tunnel?

    Thank you so much

    -One very worried mom
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    Brian Lee


    I graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2004 and have worked in various healthcare settings, including primary care, private practice and community health services, … View Profile

    If pain is mild and rare, I would suggest that he sees a physio to assess and improve function, and depending on his progress with physio, cortisone injection may be suggested along the way. From your description, I wouldn't associate it with worst case of sacroiliitis, so don't worry too much. 

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