Sacroiliac (SI) Joint: A Cause of Low Back Pain | FREE Virtual Health Seminar

FREE LIVE 30-minute Webinar with Q&A
Sponsored by: SI-Bone
– Introduction
– Signs of SI Joint dysfunction
– Risks and potential complications of SI Joint issues
– Surgical procedure for common SI joint dysfunction
– Q&A
According to scientific studies, it’s common for pain from the SI joint to feel like disc or lower back pain.* In fact, the Sacroiliac (SI) Joint may be a pain generator in 15-30% of patients with chronic lower back pain and even higher (up to 43%) for patients with continued or new onset low back pain after a previous lumbar fusion.** The good news is that trained healthcare professionals can now distinguish between symptoms arising from the lumbar portion of the spine, hip, and SI joint.
Join us to hear Dr. William McClellan discuss this commonly underdiagnosed cause of low back, hip, and pelvic pain. He will review anatomy, causes and symptoms of SI joint dysfunction, diagnosis, and treatment options–both non-surgical and surgical.

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