SI Joint Fusion
a Kaysville Pain Management Treatment
About the Treatment
Prior to the SI joint fusing procedure, a pain specialist at Lifespring Pain Management Center will do an assessment. A detailed history and medical exam will help us make this diagnosis. Commonly an MRI and other tests such as an X-Ray will need to be ordered. If a trial of standard conservative treatment has be unsuccessful, then a patient becomes eligible for this procedure.
Individuals suffering of SI joint pain can be those who have sustained trauma to their lower back or extremities from such as an automobile accident, have had previous lower spine fusion procedures, or can also be women who have given birth; although SI joint pain is not exclusive to these conditions.
If you suffer from SI joint pain or suspect your continuing back pain may be associated with the SI joint, please contact Lifespring Pain Management Center to consult with our Medical Professionals.