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Patient Testimonial

"I am back to doing my gardening 100%. I kind of see this as a chance for me to build all my core back again, get everything strengthened now that I’m out of pain.”

- Alfred Butts, a patient of Dr. Ramesh Singa, MD

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About the SI Joint

The sacroiliac (SI) joints play a crucial role in supporting and stabilizing the spine and hips, absorbing impact during walking and lifting. Located between the iliac bones and sacrum, the SI joints are supported by strong ligaments and muscles and provide a small amount of motion for normal body flexibility. However, as we age, arthritis, stiffened ligaments, and worn-down cartilage can cause bones to rub together, leading to pain in the SI joint. This pain can also be caused by a fall, work injury, car accident, pregnancy, and childbirth, or as a result of hip or spine surgery. It is important to note that SI joint pain can mimic disc or lower back pain and should be considered as a potential diagnosis in cases of lower back pain.


Causes of SI Joint Pain

  • Lower back pain
  • Sciatic-like pain in buttocks or down back of leg
  • Hip/Pelvis/Groin Pain
  • Stiffness and reduced range-of-motion
  • Pain climbing stairs, running or jogging
  • Pain lying on one side
  • Leg instability, numbness, weakness
  • Disturbed sitting patterns
  • Pain moving from sitting to standing.
  • Disturbed sleep patterns due to pain

Are you suffering from SI joint dysfunction?

Take this short quiz to find out if there is a possiblity.

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Please note: This quiz is not a substitute for a clinical diagnosis.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the SI Joint Stabilization surgery with PsiF?

We understand that surgery should be a last resort after all non-surgical treatment options have been exhausted. However, if you have tried all other options and still experience pain, SI joint stabilization may be a viable solution.

PsiF system allows your doctor to effectively stabilize your SI joint through a minimally invasive, posterior approach, using strategically designed implants inserted directly into the joint. Patient testimonials have demonstrated that treatment with the PsiF system (available since early 2014) improves pain, patient function and quality of life.

Share Your Journey!

We value the feedback and experiences of our patients. If you have undergone a procedure with our PsiF implant, we would love to hear about your success story. By sharing your journey, you can help others who may be considering a similar treatment. Your testimonial may also provide valuable insights for our team as we continue to improve our products and services. Submit your story today and help us make a difference in the lives of others.

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