I thought he might have gotten that from getting knocked on his beauhunkus, Aussie.
Deb, he would have gotten a new round of inflammation. A doctor cannot diagnose sacroiliitis without x-rays. There were no x-rays taken that day, which indicates to me that there could be a pre-existing condition already diagnosed. In fact if anything, the fall on his back and having that person on top of him would have set up a new round of inflammation. It does not take much for the area at S1 to become inflamed. However, it is usually the muscles that are causing the problem, not the joint itself.
I actually suspect that there is some kind of pre-history that is involved. It is not normal for a 28 year-old to be taking stuff that is useful for people with arthritis, and it is listed in pre-history.
As one who has had a diagnosis of sacroiliitis, and who has had multiple falls, let's just say I know how that works
I was surprised when I noticed exactly what was prescribed or at least what he was taking. I noticed because I have had my own struggles. I am well aware of the limitations involved with having inflammation of the sacroiliac joint. I am honestly not so certain that this man could have run all that fast and that shoots down what the Prosecution is claiming to have happened.