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BACKGROUND CONTEXT Hypermobility or aberrant mechanics of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) can be a source of pain. Lumbosacral fixation at L5–S1 may also be a source of postfusion low back pain. Prior biomechanical research has shown that fusion at the lumbar spine level can increase motion and stresses at the sacroiliac joint. However, no biomechanical...
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Background: Sacroiliac joint hypermobility or aberrant mechanics may be a source of pain. The purpose of this study was to assess sacroiliac joint range of motion after simulated adjacent lumbosacral instrumented fusion, with or without sacroiliac joint fusion, with lateral sacroiliac screws. Methods: In this in vitro biomechanical study, seven...
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This chapter looks in depth at an organized methodical approach for diagnosing and treating the dysfunctional SIJ. The Borgess Brain and Spine Institute (BBSI) created it based on years of diagnosing and treating patients with this condition (Dall et al., http:// www. borgess. com/ files/ bbsi/ pdf/ si_ joint_ white. pdf, 2010). Since that time, fu...
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The normal range of motion (ROM) of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) has been measured in various ways and has been found to be minimal under normal conditions (Buchowski et al., Spine J 5:520–528, 2005; Foley and Buschbacher, Am J Phys Med Rehabil 85:997–1006, 2006; Katz et al., J Spinal Disord Tech 16:96–99, 2003; Walker, Phys Ther 72:903–916, 1992). T...
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This chapter will discuss the pertinent history regarding this approach and outline the surgical technique. General indications and contraindications to this procure as well as potential complications and previously documented outcomes associated with this approach will be addressed.
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The demographics and preoperative care profile of patients who diagnosed with SIJ pain generator are complex and heterogeneous. To characterize this complexity and to identify any indicative factors for future surgical satisfaction, we performed multivariate analyses and a subgroup comparison study. Our findings suggest that despite the complexity...
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Only one study in the literature describes performing a bilateral sacroiliac joint fusion, and the results were poor. Many patients needing a bilateral sacroiliac joint fusion frequently have had previous lumbosacral surgeries and present with lumbosacral pain as well. This study reviews our results in consecutive patients having had a bilateral sa...
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Introduction: Many patients in need of sacroiliac joint fusions (SIJ) may also suffer from concomitant lumbosacral spine disease. We asked whether performing SIJ fusions and LS spine fusions concurrently (SIJ + LS) would result in worse surgical outcomes due to increased operation time, blood loss and risk of complications. Objective: To conduct a...
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Low back pain (LBP) represents the second most common cause of visits to primary care physicians with the loss of productivity, income, and associated medical expenses resulting in a $60 billion expenditure in the US on an annual basis. The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) has been identified as one of the causes of LBP 15–30 % of the time at the initial off...
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Filling a significant knowledge gap, this book brings the latest information to the evaluation and treatment of patients with a dysfunctional sacroiliac (SI) joint. Beginning with an overview of current anatomical knowledge and the role of pain and surgery, diagnosis and treatment approaches are carefully presented as individual chapters - featurin...

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