The SI Joint: Why does it hurt? | SI-BONE

The SI Joint: Why does it hurt?

Scott Kitchel, MD

Presented during the 4th SI Joint Surgery Society Meeting - iFuse Surgeon User Group.

Topics Include:

  • Can the SI Joint Hurt?
  • Integrated Model of SI Joint Function
  • Functional Instability
  • Form Closure
  • Force Closure
  • The SI Joint and the Hip-SI-Spine Syndrome
  • Spinopelvic Alignment
  • Spine and Adjacent Segment (SI Joint)

* Scott Kitchel, MD is a paid consultant of and clinical trial investigator for SI-BONE, Inc.

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