About The Sacrum and Coccyx
The sacrum is a part of the spine that is also part of the pelvis. It articulates with the ilia at the sacroiliac joints and articulates with the lumbar spine at the lumbosacral joint. The sacrum consists of five fused vertebrae that have no intervertebral discs. The coccyx is the region of the spine below the sacrum. It is also known as the tailbone. There are many different possible conditions that can affect these areas. The first step in fixing or treating the problem is to identify the cause. Once we have analyzed the condition, we can create a treatment plan that is right for you. Take a look below to see what different procedures we offer for Sacrum and Coccyx conditions.