Bipolar Radiofrequency Neurotomy is a minimally invasive procedure that disables and prevents specific spinal nerve branches from transmitting pain signals.
Surgery for sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction is rare, but if non-surgical treatments, such as exercise and medications, haven’t worked for you, you may need surgery to help you manage SI joint pain. Article explains surgery options for sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
Sacroiliac and lumbosacral belts are back braces that treat pain in the lumbar spine and sacrum. If you have low back pain, your doctor may recommend one of these spinal braces to immobilize the painful area and allow it to heal. Learn more here.
If your doctor has recommended a sacroiliac joint injection (SI joint injection), read this article to understand what will happen.
About 80% of pregnant women have back pain. Certain activities increase the discomfort, including carrying groceries and climbing stairs. But the exact cause of the back pain isn’t always understood. Learn about your treatment options for back pain during pregnancy.
Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) is a chronic inflammatory arthritis condition that can affect the spine. Spine expert-written article on ankylosing spondylitis and how it's diagnosed.