Sacroiliac Joint Pain Relief
We are excited to introduce you to our innovative solution for sacroiliac joint pain: the sacroiliac joint fusion procedure.
The sacroiliac joint fusion procedure is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that aims to stabilize the sacroiliac joint by fusing the two bones together. During the procedure, small incisions are made on either side of the lower back, and a specialized implant is inserted to fuse the sacroiliac joint together.
Who Is a Candidate?
The sacroiliac joint fusion procedure may be recommended for patients who have chronic sacroiliac joint pain, which is pain in the lower back and buttocks region. This pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including arthritis, injury, or pregnancy.
The sacroiliac joint fusion procedure is typically performed under general anesthesia and takes about an hour to complete. During the procedure, small incisions are made on either side of the lower back, and a specialized implant is inserted to fuse the sacroiliac joint together.
After the procedure, patients are usually able to go home the same day and are encouraged to walk and engage in light activity as soon as possible. Most patients experience significant pain relief and improved mobility within a few weeks of the procedure.
The sacroiliac joint fusion procedure offers many benefits to patients suffering from sacroiliac joint pain, including:
- Minimally invasive procedure
- Less postoperative pain
- Quick recovery time
- Improved mobility and function
- Long-term pain relief
Why Choose Us?
At our interventional pain management practice, we have extensive experience with sacroiliac joint fusion procedures. Our team of experts includes board-certified pain management physicians, who are dedicated to providing the highest level of care to our patients.
We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that our patients receive safe and effective treatments. We also provide comprehensive follow-up care to monitor the effectiveness of the procedure and ensure that our patients are able to resume their normal activities as soon as possible.
If you are suffering from chronic sacroiliac joint pain and are interested in learning more about the sacroiliac joint fusion procedure, please contact us to schedule a consultation. We are here to help you find relief from your pain and improve your quality of life.