The sacrum forms the distal end of the spine and communicates with the pelvis. Fractures involving the sacrum are complex and may disrupt this vital communication. Neglecting these fractures may result in malunion, which often causes significant alteration in the pelvic parameters and sagittal balance. Management of ensuing deformities is complex and poorly described. The authors present a case of sacral malunion with sagittal imbalance treated with a low lumbar osteotomy.