Sacroiliac Joint Fusion

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Sacroiliac Joint Fusion in California

Seeking Relief from Chronic Lower Back Pain?
Let’s Explore a Solution!

Persistent lower back pain, especially stemming from the sacroiliac joint, can be a real hindrance to daily life. Given its close connection to our lumbar spine, it’s no wonder that any misalignment can cause significant discomfort. But there’s good news! Our clinic has successfully helped many find relief through specialized techniques, including Fusion Surgery.

Understanding Sacroiliac Joint Fusion Surgery

What Exactly is Fusion Surgery?

Sacroiliac joint fusion surgery is a transformative procedure that fuses the sacrum and ilium bones, either using a bone graft or a durable titanium alloy. Depending on the patient’s needs, it can be performed minimally invasively with just two small incisions or through a more traditional open surgery. The primary aim? To alleviate nerve pressure, restructure the pelvis, and restore posture by realigning these crucial joints. An added bonus? It offers stability to the pelvic region, which in turn eases the strain on the lower back, hips, and legs.

When Might Fusion Surgery be the Right Choice?

While many find relief through non-surgical treatments, fusion surgery becomes a consideration when these methods fall short. It’s essential to have tried diagnostic treatments for at least three months without any significant relief. If your back pain remains intense and disrupts everyday activities, like managing household chores or driving, fusion surgery might be the next step.

What’s the Recovery Timeline?

Recovery from sacroiliac joint fusion surgery is unique to each individual, influenced by factors like the severity of symptoms and the surgical technique employed. However, most patients find themselves on the road to full recovery within 1 to 2 months post-surgery at our clinic. Your comfort and well-being are our top priorities.

If you’re grappling with chronic lower back pain, let’s discuss how we can help you reclaim your life.