Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SIJ)
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Sacroiliac Joint Pain (SIJ)
The sacroiliac joint helps connect the lower spine to the pelvis. This joint is braced by strong supporting ligaments which helps to limit its motion. The SIJ can become irritated, inflamed, and/or arthritic which classically causes buttock pain that at times can radiate into the leg.
Downfalls of SIJ fusion surgery
Sacroiliac joint (SIJ) surgery for this condition often involves placing rods through the joint to fuse the joint. The surgery is invasive and comes with significant recovery time. When hardware is added there is concern that spine segments adjacent to the area may wear down quicker because the distribution of mechanical forces is alterred.
A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for Sacroiliac Joint Pain
A Bio-Restorative Stem Cell procedure for Sacroiliac Joint Pain is an ultra-minimally invasive same-day injection procedure designed to alleviate pain, improve function, slow degeneration, and aid in healing. Treatment is aimed at the SIJ joint, surrounding supportive SIJ ligaments, and any other applicable areas nearby (muscles, ligaments, joints). In addition to being less invasive than surgery, the procedure conveys less risk of complications and less downtime. Most importantly, it does not require fusion hardware that may alter the mechanics of the SIJ joint and surrounding areas.
WHY CHOOSE iOBX FOR YOUR SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN TREATMENT
At its foundation, iOBX was created to provide cutting-edge, remarkable Bio-Restorative Orthopedic Stem Cell Procedures within a concierge, patient-centered experience. The Board-Certified Physicians, at iOBX are extremely experienced in successfully treating SIJ pain and have devoted their careers toward treating Orthopedic conditions using Stem Cells from the patient’s own body. We are 100% dedicated to Orthopedic Stem Cell Treatments (You probably wouldn’t go to a part-time brain surgeon, So why would you go to part-time Stem Cell doctor or even worse a mid-level Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner). iOBX Physicians have extensive experience in precisely implanting areas in and around the SIJ and supporting structures using cutting-edge precision-guided imaging technology. Our amazing physicians always make sure to put the patient’s needs first in a complete patient-centered process, that includes concierge in-depth consultation with a medical doctor, and continuous check-ups even after the treatment. The wonderful work of our team is reflected in all our independent 5-star reviews
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