Thanks for the query. Given the position in which you have sustained the symptoms, as well as the specific location where you initially feel the pain (junction of spine and pelvis), it is prudent to rule out a sacroileitis, or inflammation of that specific joint that connects the pelvis with the penultimate big bone of the spine, called sacrum
. Analgesics, antitinflammatories and sometimes local steroid injections
can be used if this is the case, along with physical therapy
is a useful imaging modality to confirm.
Hope that helps, wish you the best,
Dr Brenes-Salazar MD
Mayo Clinic MN