Sacroiliac Injections


Lower Back Pain Relief

Sacroiliac injections are a quick and non-surgical solution for getting relief from an aching lower back. We may inject steroids, opioids, and local anesthetics during the sacroiliac injection procedure, depending on your needs.

Sacroiliac injections can help with pain relief and recovery. They stimulate your natural healing.

We will do a thorough medical evaluation to discover what is causing your discomfort and mobility issues and discuss the options appropriate for your condition.

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Sacroiliac Injections Q&A

We will get details about your condition, discuss your needs and expectations, and complete a medical examination. Our pain management and regenerative medicine can help with many treatments.

  • What conditions do sacroiliac injections help?

    Your sacroiliac joint links your pelvis and lower spine. When this joint is injured or inflamed, it can cause mobility and pain. This procedure targets that joint to help with lower back pain.

  • How long does the procedure take?

    About 15 minutes.

  • How long do sacroiliac injections last?

    Sacroiliac injections are generally used as a temporary relief from pain and typically only last a couple of weeks. However, they promote healing, and depending on the medications used, it may not be necessary to repeat them.

  • What pain medications will I need?

    If you still have pain after the procedure, we will address the root cause of your discomfort versus treating it with painkillers and temporary measures that just mask your symptoms. Medications may be prescribed when needed, but our goal is to restore you to complete wellness without dependence on drugs.