Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain is felt in the low back and buttocks.
This particular pain is caused by damage or injury to the joint located between the hip and spine. Sacroiliac pain can imitate other conditions, such as a herniated disc or hip problem. Accurate diagnosis is important to determine the source of pain.
Can you cure sacroiliac joint pain?
Your therapist may try ultrasound, heat and cold treatments, massage, and stretching. Injections: You may get a shot of cortisone to cut down the inflammation in your joint. If that doesn’t help, our doctors may numb the nerves around your SI joint to give you relief.
Invictus Posterior SI Joint Fusion
The system allows for fusion and stabilization of the SI joint in eligible patients where appropriate non-surgical treatment has failed. Stabilization of the joint may provide immediate relief of your symptoms. The Invictus approach to SI joint fusion surgery may be performed in a less invasive way than traditional Sacroiliac Fusions.