Patients' Guide to Sacroiliac Joint Problems
SI-BONE® — iFuse Implant System®

Meet Patients Who Choose the iFuse Implant System®

Minimally Invasive Sacroiliac Joint Surgery

Meet six patients who suffered with sacroiliac joint pain; a challenging condition affecting upwards of 25% of patients with axial low back pain.1 Talk with a specialist to find out if your low back problems are caused by a sacroiliac joint problem, and if the iFuse Implant System is an appropriate treatment option for you.

James Mamary, MD

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Leigh

Sharron

Richard

Larry

Ananda

Sheri

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This information is not intended to take the place of a doctor's advice. Please keep in mind that treatment and outcome results vary among patients. The iFuse Implant System® is intended for sacroiliac joint fusion for conditions including sacroiliac joint dysfunction that is a direct result of sacroiliac joint disruptions and degenerative sacroilitis. As with all surgical procedures and permanent implants, there are risks and considerations associated with surgery and use of the iFuse Implant. You should discuss these risks and considerations with your physician before deciding if this treatment option is right for you.

Updated on: 08/22/14

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SI-BONE, creators of the iFuse Implant System, offer answers to questions concerning Sacroiliac (SI) joint issues, The iFuse Implant System, and SI joint fusion.
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