Added on Sep 9, 2010
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Sacroiliac joint pain and dysfunction can be confused with other conditions that arises from the spine and the hip. Not only can these conditions be overlapped, but they can be associated. Diagnostic injection is the only method to diagnose this condition. Treatment includes physiotherapy, chiropractic manipulation, yoga and injections. Injection can be steroids, prolotherapy and PRP. RFA could be helpful. Surgery is the last resort.
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