Sacroiliac Joint Pain
The sacroiliac joints, like any other joints in the body, can become inflamed or arthritic. When inflamed, the sacroiliac joints typically cause low back pain that is often referred to the hips, groin regions, and thighs. Activities like climbing stairs or inclines as well as rising from a sitting position will often aggravate this source of low back pain. Pain radiating from the Sacroiliac joint can be treated with fluoroscopically guided injections. Flouroscopic technology provides the physician with a real-time view of the internal skeletal structure of the body. Injected medication can then be delivered at the precise source of the pain under direct visualization to confirm proper medication placement.
The injected medication decreases inflammation at the level of the joints, which reduces the radiating pain arising from this irritation. It is often necessary to repeat treatment in order to build up the medication and provide lasting pain relief.
Precision Pain Care uses strategies, methods and technology designed to break the cycle of pain and improve a patient’s quality of life.
- Celiac Plexus Block
- Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) stimulation
- Endoscopic Discectomy
- Endoscopic Rhizotomy
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Facet Injections and Medial Branch Blocks
- Joint Injections
- Minuteman Spinal Fusion Procedure
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- Spinal Cord Stimulation
- Sympathetic Blocks
Movie presentations showing non-invasive pain reducing procedures used by Dr. Linehan to treat various painful conditions.