Sacroiliac Joint Injections

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A Great Approach

The sacroiliac (SI) joints connect the lowest part of the back to the hips. The SI joints allow twisting movements and act as shock absorbers for the lower back. When these joints become degenerated and inflamed, they cause pain in the back, legs, and groin which can hamper mobility. Our board-certified physicians effectively treat this awful pain without surgery in a soothing, relaxed outpatient environment.

Greater Maryland Pain Management uses a sophisticated state-of-the-art imaging technique (fluoroscopy) to target the spine, joints, and their anatomy. These images allow your physician to safely and precisely bathe the irritated joint with revitalizing medications. Patients are pleasantly surprised to learn that our pain-relieving technique takes less than 15 minutes to complete and does not require surgery.

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For Great Relief

After the sacroiliiac joint injection, patients relax very briefly in our peaceful spa-like environment. Patients then typically return to the comfort of their own homes, take it easy, and enjoy light activities. Depending on the kind of job (nothing strenuous), some patients choose to return to work after the procedure.

We have provided hundreds of patients tremendous relief with this procedure. They tell us the revitalization leads to improvement in other aspects of their lives. Our patients are excited to report that they feel vibrant with better sleep, that their mood is significantly improved, and that they are able to excel at their jobs.

Is a Sacroiliac Joint Injection Right for You?

At Greater Maryland Pain Management, our goal is to help our patients sustain relief without the downtime or need for surgery. Our board-certified physicians are committed to using cutting-edge technologies to combat pain and allow our patients to enjoy a fully active life.

To find out if a sacroiliac joint injection is right for you, contact us today to schedule an appointment 410-672-2255.

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