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iFuse INTRA X™

The Trusted Leader in SI Joint Solutions

SI-BONE’s iFuse Implant Systems offer flexible solutions for SI joint dysfunction treatment and are trusted by thousands of trained physicians globally.

The iFuse INTRA X™ Allograft Implant System was designed for SI joint stabilization and fusion to relieve pain caused by SI joint dysfunction.

This minimally invasive procedure entails a small incision in the lower back, through which two small cylindrical bone allografts are inserted into the SI joint to stabilize it, with the aim of reducing or eliminating pain.

Your physician will determine whether this is the most suitable implant for addressing your SI joint condition.

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iFuse INTRA X™ benefits:

  • Minimally invasive procedure
  • Designed to promote fusion
  • Decreased motion in the SI Joint*

* Finite Element Analysis (FEA) biomechanics study. SI-BONE Technical Study 301310-TS Rev A. (Biomechanical study not necessarily indicative of human clinical results).

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What to Expect

Day of procedure

The minimally invasive iFuse INTRA X procedure is performed through a small incision in the lower back, typically under monitored anesthetic care or sedation in less than an hour. The iFuse INTRA X allografts are inserted into the SI joint and are designed to provide stabilization and promote fusion.

After the procedure

Most physicians have patients walking the same day of the procedure and may typically return to work and non-strenuous activities 2 weeks after the procedure. Your healthcare providers will provide you with post-operative guidelines and evaluate your progress and determine the appropriate activity after the procedure.

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