Solving Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Sacropelvic Anatomy
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Should you offer minimally invasive SI joint fusion to your patients? Take a look at the clinical data, read about the implant system and surgical technique, and sign up for an SI-joint training course through SI-BONE University to learn more.
The iFuse Implant System
The iFuse Implant System was designed specifically to treat symptoms related to certain causes of sacroiliac dysfunction.
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Minimally invasive SI joint fusion is covered by many insurance companies.
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Getting the Right Diagnosis
A physical exam including provocative maneuvers and diagnostic SI joint injections are two reliable methods to test your patients for SI joint dysfunction.Learn More
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The Significance of the SI Joint in Low Back Pain
Steve Garfin, MD discusses the diagnosis and treatment of the SI Joint.View all videos
iFuse-3D™ - A New Dimension in SI Joint Fusion
Its 3D-printed trabecular surface facilitates bone ongrowth and ingrowth, plus iFuse-3D's patented triangular design resists rotation. In addition, the fenestrated structure allows for self-harvesting of bone autograft.Learn More