If you are tired of living with joint pain and have endured it for far too long, it is time to make an appointment with Pain Relief Centers.
Our experienced team of pain management doctors can help you get the pain relief treating that you have been looking for. Either the injection or the drugs/medications. We normally recommend two pain relief pills for moderate to severe pain.
A Sacroiliac Joint Injection Relieve Pain in St. Petersburg FL
Patients of Pain Relief Centers seek our help because they have to endure pain on a daily basis that limits their quality of life. When you come for your initial consultation, we can help determine the location and source of your pain. The sacroiliac joint is near the bottom of the spine and causes pain in the lowest part of your back and even through your pelvis. When a physician uses a sacroiliac joint injection, it reduces the inflammation around the joint and can lower levels of pain significantly.
Do I Qualify for Sacroiliac Joint Pain Treatment in St. Petersburg FL?
Once you become a patient at Pain Relief Centers, we will consult with you and assess your back and nerve pain. Our pain management doctors use sacroiliac joint arthrography to diagnose the location of the joint pain by using contrasting images to show the points of pain. Once you have been diagnosed with sacroiliac joint pain we may turn to injections. A sacroiliac injection relieves back pain by injecting a numbing agent and an anti-inflammatory medication. The injections can last for several months and can relieve your pain almost immediately.
Is Sacroiliac Joint Pain Treatment Safe?
Pain Relief Centers doctors work to keep every procedure in St. Petersburg FL as safe and effective as possible. The injection can cause pressure, but also is numbed so you feel as little as possible. Sacroiliac joint pain injections are performed regularly by the physicians at Pain Relief Centers. The procedure is nonsurgical so there are no risks associated with anesthesia. In addition, we only perform a certain number of sacroiliac joint injections for a particular patient population in a one-year period.