Animated Sacroiliitis Joint Explanation

Animated Sacroiliitis Joint Explanation

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I find it quite difficult to explain the sacroiliac joint to patients. A picture or a desktop model of the spine can be helpful. This animation is likely to be even better.



Sacroiliitis refers to inflammation of the sacroiliac joint.

Sacroiliitis typically occurs in a group of diseases called inflammatory spondylopathies or spondyloarthritis. This group includes diseases such as ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis or arthritis related to inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease.

The animation was designed to be used in an app for the ipad & iphone called iAnkylosing Spondylitis.

Do you find this sort of animation helps you understand?

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Dr Irwin Lim is a rheumatologist and a director of BJC Health.

BJC Health provides a connected care multidisciplinary team philosophy to deliver positive lifestyle outcomes through a holistic approach to those with degenerative & inflammatory arthritis, tendon injury and lifestyle diseases. Our clinics are located in Parramatta, Chatswood and Brookvale. Contact us.

This blog focuses on arthritis-related diseases, healthcare in general, and our Connected Care philosophy.

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