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Low Back Pain: Could it be the SI Joint?

The Problem

If your patients feel pain when...

Woman demonstrating positions that may elicit SI joint pain

It may be pain from a dysfunctional SI joint.

With more than 45,000 procedures performed by more than 2,000 trained SI joint healthcare providers worldwide, not only have our clinical studies proven positive results, but our patients and providers have experienced it first hand.


The Procedure

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Designed Specifically for Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

The ONLY Treatment with:

  1. Unique Triangular Design
  2. Unparalleled Clinical Evidence
  3. Expanding Exclusive Coverage Policies

The minimally invasive procedure typically involves the insertion of three small titanium implants across the SI joint, and is designed to stabilize and fuse the SI joint.

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The Results

Rapid and Sustained Pain Relief - VAS SI Joint Pain

VAS SI Joint Pain chart

More than 80 published articles have been reported on the safety, effectiveness, biomechanics and economic benefits of the iFuse Implant.

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PN: 10465.071619 (Oct 2019)

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