Wake Forest, NC
A 55-year-old female asked:
Who is the best specialist to see for si joint dysfunction? is there a special clinic that specializes in this? does si joint surgery work? have had the injections already. i am just disappointed with my newexercise lifestyle. no more high impact?
1 doctor answer • 1 doctor weighed in
Neurology 52 years experience
Rehab doctor: Suggest seeking a physiatrist, but some osteopathic physicians have expertise in area if they practice OMT. In my opinion, avoid any surgery. Do employ use of a sacroiliac belt system when up and about. Might consider prolo-/ sclerotherapy for ultimate stabilization. Both manipulative and physical therapy can improve your quality of life.
10 viewsAnswered Jan 19, 2021
Last updated Jan 21, 2021
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