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There are many conditions that can cause pain in your neck or back. The ones that cause chronic, unbearable pain require a professional, like the physicians and surgeons at Deuk Spine Institute. Only 1 out of 10 patients need surgery to fix their pain. Those who do not need surgery, find help through other services such as pain management or therapy. Find out what your symptoms could mean and if you are right for laser spine surgery.
There are two large joints at the base of the spine just below the belt line called the left and right sacroiliac joints. The weight of the entire body above the waist is transmitted through the spinal column across the two sacroiliac joints into the pelvis. The joints are normally painless however injury to the joint(s) may cause severe lower back pain and inflammation within the joints. The lower back becomes tender to touch and any movement at the waist can be painful.
This condition is called “Sacroiliitis” which means inflammation of the sacroiliac joint. The condition is a common cause of lower back pain or buttock pain and is made worse with activities. Fortunately there is a very successful minimally invasive treatment for sacroiliac pain. The painful joint is injected under X-ray or ultrasound guidance with anti-inflammatory medicine. An arthrogram must be performed at the time to be sure the medicine reaches the joint. After injection the patient must undergo a series of very specific exercises and stretches to permanently resolve the inflammation. If the inflammation in the SI joint returns, another round of injections may be necessary followed by more therapy. Sometimes there is an underlying medical cause for recurrent Sacroiliitis and all patients should seek medical help from a qualified physiatrist or rheumatologist.
Our expert team at Deuk Spine Institute has successfully treated Sacroiliitis or sacroiliac joint pain for many years. The most difficult part of the treatment is getting the medicine within the right part of the joint. Many patients with chronic lower back pain suffer needlessly with SI joint pain when there is a cure within their reach.
"...Prior to the surgery I had tried several doctors and procedures but none of them was a successful as the lastest procedure performed by you. I am very pleased with the outcome. Serveral of my frineds have inquired about my operation and I could gladly feel good in recommending them to you. Thanks again for your kind assistance in helping me with my back pain." - Clarence, Melbourne, FL