How Spine Surgery Relieves Pain

If not properly diagnosed and treated, SI joint pain can seriously diminish your quality of life and make ordinary functions hard to perform. When it comes to relieving this pain, there are a number of options available to you. Spine surgery, while not always the first choice, can provide considerable relief to those suffering from SI joint pain. Though results will vary from case to case, there are a few key ways that spine surgery relieves pain. Surgery should always be approached with careful research and planning, but can be an excellent source of pain relief for many individuals.

  • You Need an Accurate Diagnosis Before Spine Surgery

You Need an Accurate Diagnosis Before Spine Surgery

Spine surgery for SI joint dysfunction should never be pursued without a proper diagnosis from a qualified medical specialist. Without an accurate diagnosis, it is impossible to determine which treatment option will yield the […]

  • When to Opt for Medication Over Spine Surgery

When to Opt for Medication Over Spine Surgery

While spine surgery can be a very long-term, effective solution for SI joint dysfunction, it is usually not pursued as an option before first considering exercise and medication.
 Over-the-Counter Medication for SI Joint Pain
SI joint […]

  • Viable Treatment Options for SI Joint Dysfunction

Viable Treatment Options for SI Joint Dysfunction

Exercise, Medication, and Surgery: All Viable Treatment Options for SI Joint Dysfunction
Treatment for SI joint dysfunction can range from exercise to surgery, with varying levels of success, depending on the individual. While there is […]

  • Spine Surgery for SI Joint Dysfunction

Spine Surgery for SI Joint Dysfunction

For those suffering from SI joint dysfunction, spine surgery can be an effective pain relief solution. Tere are a number of different surgical options, and historically surgery was very invasive. Now there are minimally […]

  • Exercising after Spine Surgery

Exercising after Spine Surgery

For sufferers of SI joint related pain, spine surgery can be an effective, long-term solution. If you are considering spine surgery, make sure to discuss the entire process with a medical specialist before scheduling […]

  • SI Joint Pain Management: Is Spine Surgery Your Answer?

SI Joint Pain Management: Is Spine Surgery Your Answer?

Living with chronic pain related to SI joint dysfunction can be difficult and debilitating. When researching SI joint pain management, you will quickly learn that there are many available options. These pain management options […]

  • Spine Surgery: One of the Many Back Pain Solutions

Spine Surgery: One of the Many Back Pain Solutions

The words ‘spine surgery’ may sound intimidating to some individuals, but advances in the fields of surgery and medicine have made it a viable option for back pain solutions. Here are some of the […]

  • How Spine Surgery Relieves Pain

How Spine Surgery Relieves Pain

Spine Surgery Relieving Back Pain
If not properly diagnosed and treated, SI joint pain, spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease can seriously diminish your quality of life and make ordinary functions hard to perform. When […]

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