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Understanding Diagnostic Injections: Sacroiliac Joint Injection

The sacroiliac joint, located in the lower spine above the tailbone, is the largest joint in the spine. Inflammation of the sacroiliac joint can cause low back and buttock pain.

Using fluoroscopy, local anesthetic and steroid medication is injected into the sacroiliac joint. If pain is relieved, it could mean the joint is the pain generator.

We are re-developing the Colorado Spine Institute website.To learn more about Sacroiliac Joint Injections, please visit the Englewood Surgery Center website.

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