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Dr. Bradley Duhon* & Dr. Peter Whang* Invite You to Attend the SI-BONE Sacropelvic Evolution Program


Space is limited. Please RSVP by November 12th to secure your spot.




The Sacropelvic Evolution Program is designed to bring together orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons who are currently completing a spine fellowship and residents with an interest in pursuing spine, for a comprehensive overview of the prevalence, diagnosis and treatment of sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction.

Twelve years ago, SI-BONE pioneered minimally invasive surgery of the SI joint, creating a durable and effective surgical treatment for a problem that had been ignored and often misdiagnosed for decades. Today, the diagnosis and surgical care of the SI joint are hot topics in spine, and SI joint fusion has become one of the most rigorously studied treatments for chronic lower back pain. Recently, the indications for the iFuse Implant System® expanded to include utilization at the base of long construct deformity procedures.

The Sacropelvic Evolution Program will provide a great opportunity for you to join your colleagues, share your experiences, and learn about the latest advancements in sacropelvic diagnosis and treatment, resulting in a full training on both SI joint fusion and long construct support techniques.

We look forward to seeing you in Austin.



15 to 30% of chronic lower back pain is SI joint related1

Up to 43% of symptomatic post-lumbar fusion patients have SI joint issues2

92% patient satisfaction with the iFuse Implant3

29% rate of pelvic fixation failure following adult spinal deformity surgery4

* Paid Consultant of SI-BONE, Inc.

1 Bernard 1987; Schwarzer 1995; Maigne 1996; Sembrano 2009.

2 DePalma 2011.

3 Average of 11 studies (Rudolf 2012, Sachs 2013, Cummings 2013, Gaetani 2013, Sachs 2014, Rudolf 2014, Vanaclocha 2014, Duhon 2016, Polly 2016, Dengler 2017, Darr 2018).

4 International Spine Study Group (ISSG) retrospective data

Duhon Bradley

Dr. Bradley Duhon
Neurological & Spine Surgeon

Whang Peter

Dr. Peter Whang
Orthopaedic Surgeon

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