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Sacroiliac Joint Injections

Sacroiliac Joint Injections are performed in patients with pain from the SI joint, often due to inflammation in the sacroiliac joint, called sacroiliitis. Patients with pain from the SI joint, often have discomfort in the lower back sometimes with symptoms that radiate to the buttocks, groin, or thigh. Usually a combination of a steroid and numbing medication is injected directly into the joint and the capsule surrounding the joint. If the patient obtains a certain percentage of relief then the pain generator is most likely the sacroiliac joint.

Non-steroid treatments for the SI joint include biologics-based therapies and radiofrequency procedures for certain joints, which are performed to the surrounding nerves or joint space.

 


 

 

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Advanced Spine and Pain is a leading pain management group based in Phoenix, AZ, and quickly expanding throughout the state. Offering minimally-invasive pain care services, the ASAP group consists of Arizona's top pain management specialists, including Drs. Abram Burgher, Todd Turley, Jarrett Leathem, and Jesse Hatgis.

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