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... yup, I am here...I check in every day right now cause I am recovering from my revision SI joint surgery. From what Frosty said, there is a Dr. here who does SI joints...she actually recommeded him to me!! ... (5 replies)
... There are a couple other people on the board who have either just had or are considering the new SI Bone procedure. You should find out if that's what your doctors are talking about. ... (14 replies)
... rays, CT , injections, different medications it was determined finally that I had S1 Joint Dysfunction. In March had the IFuse surgery. ... (14 replies)

... diagnose SI joint problem the Drs. inject into the SI joint with contrast to see if it leaks out...they do a CT scan immediately after the injection to see if the contrast is staying put or leaking... ... (9 replies)
... when are you planning to have the si joint fusion done? ... (14 replies)
... That's chronic, Your SI Joints are worn? ... (6 replies)
... Hello. I just read your post and noticed u mentioned IFUSE as the option for your SI Joint Fusion. That word IFUSE always does catch my eye. I have had bilateral SI Joint fusions. ... (6 replies)
... Hello.. I have finally after 3 opinions to proceed with the SI Joint fusion and will be using SI Bone IFUSE implants. ... (14 replies)
... Prolotherapy involves shooting shots fo sugar water into your ligaments, straight down to the bone causing massive inflammation. It kick starts the ligaments into healing and tightening up. ... (34 replies)
... Anyone had this type of surgery using the newer "Diana" method? ... (2 replies)
... Thank you very much for the insight. I will be having the surgery done by the same group of neurosurgeons, but a different surgeon. ... (24 replies)
... I had a si joint fusion last Dec. and wrote you a little. I am so sorry you are in this situation, and I am in the exact same one. I also have not fused. ... (7 replies)
... Pain management attempted since June 2012 w different education regimes, physical therapy, SI joint injections, facet injections, and epidural injections, and acupuncture... ... (6 replies)
... It's not great to have a fracture but I think it is better than having the screw piercing a spinal nerve. Assuming the bone graft takes and you get a solid fusion, things should heal up nicely. ... (5 replies)
... There is no vertebral compression or malalignment. The bone marrow signal intensity is normal. ... (14 replies)
... bone site and watched videos of the people's testimonials who had the surgery done with great success, that really had my hopes up. They made it sound like it was the greatest thing that they had ever done. ... (14 replies)
... large bone structure. ... (9 replies)
... As the doctor said to me, it's only a matter of time before it goes and it was an inevitable surgery that would eventually have to take place however they were going to go the conventional route first and use surgery as the last and final resort. ... (22 replies)
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Jun 25, 2004
... Are the bone spurs touching a nerve? ... (7 replies)
... t a time. My Physical Therapist said that she thought I had a positive right anteroid innominate rotation and I about jumped off the table when she pressed on my SI joint. My Dr looked at me like I had 3 heads when I told him about it and I the patient had to tell him it meant my pelvis was tilted. ... (9 replies)

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