Symptoms of sacroiliac joint dysfunction include pain in the lower back, groin, thighs and back of the hips, according to MedicineNet.com. Other factors contributing to pain and discomfort include inflammation and arthritis in the sacroiliac joint that may result in stiffness or a burning feeling in the pelvis.
Pain from sacroiliac joint dysfunction usually worsens with standing and walking, but symptoms tend to improve when the patient lies down, notes MedicineNet.com. Often times it can be difficult to determine the exact source of the pain, and a physician can help locate the source by conducting a physical examination or ordering an X-ray, CAT scan or MRI. Treatment options include injections of a combination of an anesthetic and steroid solution into the sacroiliac joint, oral anti-inflammatory medications, oral steroids, physical therapy and surgery.