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Diagnosis

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Is It Your SI Joint?

The intense pain in your lower back could be caused by a number of things. Does the pain originate at your hip, spine, SI joint ... or all three? The right diagnosis will lead you to the right treatment.

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Patient Stories

Cara

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Pregnancy Related

Cara gave birth to the first of her three children in 2000. During labor she experienced complications that she feels caused her debilitating lower back, pelvis and left leg pain. After Cara was discharged from the hospital her left leg became numb and she had increased pain in her buttocks and hip.

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Richard

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SI Joint Degeneration

Richard was under the care of a physical therapist for several years, but it wasn’t until 2000 that Richard received his first SI joint injection. For the next 11 years, Richard continued with conservative treatments, consisting of SI joint injections and physical therapy. 

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Taryn

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SI Joint Degeneration

Taryn first started to notice mild low back and bilateral hip pain in 2009. It wasn’t overly bothersome, so most days she could just ignore it. In 2013 her pain started to change. It felt like a sharp stabbing and burning sensation in my low back and hips.

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Diagnosis

Do you have SI Joint Pain?

Studies show that the SI Joint is the cause of pain in 15 - 30% of patients with chronic low back pain. Take this short quiz to find out if it could be the cause of yours.

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Treatment

The Shape of Relief: iFuse

Minimally Invasive Sacroiliac Joint Fusion Surgery

SI joint pain sufferers around the world have found lasting relief with the iFuse Implant System®. The iFuse Implant, available since 2009, is a small, triangle-shaped implant designed to stabilize and fuse the sacroiliac joint. Learn More

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