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SI Joint Injections
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Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Injection

Your back health has a tremendous effect on your overall quality of life. When back pain strikes, it can affect every aspect of your well-being. If you are experiencing chronic back pain, there are variety of tools, including SI Joint injections, which modern back pain experts can use to both diagnose and treat back pain.

Your Sacroiliac Joint is located at the base of your spine, connecting your tailbone to your hips. Back pain in this joint often occurs when the SI Joint becomes inflamed and pinches or compresses nerves, including the sciatica nerve. SI Joint pain is often described as painful achiness in your lower back, with occasional pain radiating down your legs.

This kind of pain and inflammation is hard to treat with over-the-counter medications and self-help methods. When you discuss this lower back pain with your back pain specialist, they may suggest a SI Joint injection for one of two reasons: diagnosis or treatment.

If you are experiencing lower back pain, an SI Joint injection can be used to determine if your back pain is related to SI Joint inflammation. A successful diagnostic SI Joint injections results in noticeably improved back pain. This will tell a back pain specialist that your pain is in fact related to SI Joint inflammation.

Once SI Joint-related back pain is diagnosed, injections can also be used to treat the inflammation, noticeably reducing your back pain. Treatments can be repeated up to three times in each six-month period, as prescribed by your back pain professional. SI Joint injections are effective as a temporary relief for your lower back pain (though its effects usually last for several months), but the effects of SI Joint injections can be enhanced when combined with other therapies.

If you are experiencing lower back pain, see your back pain specialist. They will determine if an SI Joint Injection treatment is right for you.