Sacroiliac Joint Fixation System
The sacroiliac (SI) joint connects the sacrum, which is the lowest bony segment of the spine, with the lower limbs on each side. The SI joint transmits most of the weight loads from the upper body to the lower limbs, acting as a shock absorber, relieving forces on the spine. The SI joint is reinforced by strong ligaments, limiting motion in the joint.
The decision to receive medical treatment is individual to the patient and the patient’s symptoms. The information presented within this website may not apply to your condition, treatment or its outcome, as surgical techniques vary and complications may occur. It is important to discuss the viability of this procedure with your physician to decide whether this treatment option is right for you.
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