Sacroiliac Joint Injection

The sacroiliac joint is a large joint that connects the spine to the pelvis. Just like your knees or hips, this joint can develop arthritic pain and inflammation. This will often feel like back, buttock, and hip pain. It can also often travel into the groin and towards the knee. The joint can be injected with steroids with x-ray guidance to help reduce inflammation and pain.

We perform all pain blocks within our on-site surgery center so that you can return to normal daily activities as quickly as possible.

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