SI Joint Treatment in Grand Rapids

SI Joint Treatment

Do You Need Expert SI Joint Treatment in Grand Rapids? Are you looking for more than run-of-the-mill care that doesn’t work?

We offer comprehensive SI joint treatment right here in Grand Rapids, so you can finally feel better again.

We offer expert care to evaluate and treat your SI joint and pelvic condition.

At Purple Mountain Physical Therapy we have more than 20 years’ experience helping people overcome SIJ problems. We treat individuals with SI joint issues who often have already been to other providers and still hurt. Many of our patients are pregnant and worried that they may not be able to walk or function in their third trimester. Give us a call if you know you need high quality care!

You Need Comprehensive SI Joint and Pelvic Care that Includes Evaluation and Treatment of Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

Did you know that your piriformis muscle, which many people who have SI Joint problems are familiar with, is part of your pelvic floor? There are additional pelvic floor muscles, also, that influence your SI joint. That’s why our treatment program will check these muscles for you and determine if they are problematic. We find that SI joint problems rarely are happening in isolation. Some people with SI joint dysfunction also experience hip pain or bladder control problems. We’ve found some of our patients also have gluteal tendinopathy, a separate tendinitis condition, going on at the same time as SI joint dysfunction. We will figure this out with you and develop a customized treatment program for you. Contact us here!

We Provide You A Detailed & Comprehensive Evaluation and Treatment Plan That is Probably Different than You’ve Had Before!

SI joint pain can be debilitating and we offer a comprehensive treatment program that helps move you forward. Your SI joint problem is in your pelvis, which is our expertise! Our comprehensive care includes assessment and treatment of the SI joint, hips, pubic bones, low back and all associated muscles, nerves, tendons and ligaments, including the pelvic floor muscles. Pregnant women, we’ve got you covered! We know how to help you navigate SI joint dysfunction, pelvic girdle pain and low back pain. Call us at 616.516.4334 or contact us here to schedule an evaluation.

The Importance of a Proper SI Joint Evaluation

Research and years of experience have taught us that there are specific tests and measures that need to be done to evaluate an individual with SI joint dysfunction. We will evaluate your joints and your muscles, as well as your ligaments, fascia and nerves. We look at your posture and alignment, from your feet to your knees and hips up to your shoulders and neck. Let us know what you need help with!

Your muscle spasms, tightness and misalignment will improve

By providing a combination of specific, graduated exercises and advanced manual therapy methods to optimize alignment, reduce trigger points and muscle guarding we help you feel better. We don’t just tell you to stretch it out! In fact, many of our patients have been told to stretch their problem, which can aggravate an SI joint condition when not done carefully. By restoring your boney alignment, using methods that balance your pelvis and SI joint, you will feel things are in place again! Addressing underlying pelvic floor muscular problems is sadly often overlooked, but is necessary to recover from SI joint dysfunction. A typical patient with SI Joint Dysfunction comes to us with a considerable amount of pelvic floor dysfunction. Once we treat these muscles, in conjunction with everything else provided, the condition will begin to heal. To chat with our knowledgeable staff, contact us here!

For more information on the benefits of our physical therapy, read more here!

If you are suffering from SIJ syndrome and are frustrated with lack of progress, come give us a try. We want to make sure we are a good fit for you, so call us at 616-516-4334 to get your questions answered. We promise to give you expert, compassionate care that is designed to help you feel better!


Dr. Maureen O’Keefe, DPT