Those tiny nerve endings will grow back eventually. Additional treatments that have been shown to work well for SI joint pain include physical therapy, chiropractic treatment, TENS units, acupuncture along with medication management. There are injections being performed now with nonsteroidal medication, and in addition as a last resort with low back pain spinal cord stimulation implants are showing more effectiveness these days.
If you’re suffering from low back pain, Arizona Pain Specialists can help. They are experts in sacroiliac joint injections along with radiofrequency ablation, and have multiple additional options to help. These include physical rehabilitation, chiropractic treatment, acupuncture and medication management. There are Valleywide locations serving Phoenix, Chandler, Glendale, Scottsdale, Mesa, and more. The office takes most major medical insurance along with Workers Compensation, Medicare, AHCCCS, Personal Injury, and self-pay options.
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