Sacroiliac Joint

Sacroiliac (SI) Joint pain can lead to dysfunction of the spine and can cause reduced range of motion and activity.

Sacroiliac Joint

Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction can be caused by injury, arthritis or improper movement of the joints at the bottom of the spine that connect the sacrum to the pelvis, leading to low back pain and pain in the buttocks and down the leg. Conditions can mimic symptoms of herniated disc or hip problems.

SpineRenu® treatments are preceded by a comprehensive, targeted diagnosis of the sacroiliac (SI) joint and other surrounding structure. Non-surgical treatment procedures targeted to the patient condition can help reduce pain and improve function.

  • Symptoms

    Lower Back Pain Joint Pain Pain in hip, buttocks and down leg
  • Diagnostic

    MRI, Ultrasound
  • Treatments
    Platelet Rich Plasma Bone Marrow Concentrate Protein Rich Plasma Concentrate Other

Sacroiliac Joint
Back Pain
SI Joint Pain
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Other Conditions Treated

Evidence-based treatments provided by qualified physicians.