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Table of Contents Do you have SI Joint Pain? The SI joint can contribute to a large amount of lower back pain. The SI joint has been identified in 15-30% of persistent lower back pain sufferers as a cause of discomfort. Furthermore, the SI joint is involved in up to 43% of persons who have had a lumbar fusion and subsequently experience continued or new onset lower back pain. Sacroiliac Joint (SI Joint) Anatomy The sacroiliac (SI) joint is where the iliac bones of the pelvis connect to... Chronic Lower Back Pain, Low Back Pain, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction, Si Joint Pain, Mri Scan, Randomized Controlled Trial, Bone And Joint, Discomfort, How To Know
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How to know if you are a candidate for SI joint fusion

Table of Contents Do you have SI Joint Pain? The SI joint can contribute to a large amount of lower back pain. The SI joint has been identified in 15-30% of persistent lower bac... 
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