Pelvis Conditions


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Osteoporosis is a bone disease characterized by a decrease in bone mass and density resulting in brittle, fragile bones that are more susceptible to fractures. The condition most commonly affects elderly women.

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The goal of the osteoporosis treatment is to control pain and prevent bone fractures, by preventing bone loss. 
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), pain medications and spinal bracing are often used for the treatment of pain. 
Other options include lifestyle changes, weight bearing exercises, calcium and vitamin D supplements, hormone replacement therapy, and medications to stop bone loss and strengthen bones.


At Neuroradiology and Pain Solutions of Oklahoma, we offer a variety of treatments for this condition, including:
● Vertebroplasty / Kyphoplasty / Sacroplasty / Cementoplasty

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Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain is discomfort that occurs in the lower abdomen and pelvis. The pelvic region is the area between the umbilicus (belly button) and the groin in the front and between the buttocks at the back. Pelvic area mainly consists of reproductive, urinary, and digestive systems such as uterus, bladder, and intestines.

Pelvic Pain treatment in Oklahoma


Pelvic pain may be dull or sharp; persistent or intermittent; mild to severe and can extend to your lower back or thighs. The common symptoms of pelvic pain are:
● Pain in the hip and groin area.● Pain and cramps during menstruation.● Pain during urination, bowel movements, and intercourse.● Fever or chills.● Constipation or diarrhea.


At Neuroradiology and Pain Solutions of Oklahoma, we offer a variety of treatments for this condition, including:
● Ganglion of Impar● Pudendal Nerve Decompression● Pelvic Nerves Block ● Radiofrequency Ablation ● Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Treatment


Usually, pelvic pain is considered as an indication for infection or problem in the pelvic area. It is observed most commonly in women but can also occur in men.
Common chronic pelvic pain disorders are:
● Postoperative condition.● Coccyx pain.● Pelvic Floor pain.● Sacroiliac dysfunction.● Sacral Insufficiency Fracture.

Chronic pelvic pain lasts for more than six months and does not show any improvement with treatment.

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Peripheral Nerve Pain

This arises due to dysfunction or injury to the peripheral nerves (nerves that carry senses and motor signals from the brain and spinal cord to the entire body).

Diabetes, trauma, vitamin deficiency, kidney disease, certain medications, and alcoholism can cause peripheral nerve pain.
These are the nerves that carry information from the body to the brain and vice versa, which is why some symptoms are felt in the extremities like the hands or feet.


At Neuroradiology and Pain Solutions of Oklahoma, we offer a variety of treatments for this condition, including:
● Peripheral Nerve Blocks● Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Treatment

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Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction or sacroiliac joint pain is one of the common causes of lower back pain. The sacroiliac joint is one of the large joints in the body and is formed by the connection of the sacrum and the right and left iliac (pelvic) bones. The sacroiliac joint has small amount of movement and transmits all the forces of the upper body to the lower body. The sacrum is the triangular-shaped bone at the bottom of the spine, below the lumbar spine. The sacroiliac joint acts as a shock-absorbing structure.

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction treatment in Oklahoma


● Traumatic injuries caused when there is a sudden impact.● Biomechanical problems such as twisted pelvis, leg length discrepancies or muscle imbalances.● Hormonal changes during pregnancy.● Inflammatory joint conditions such as arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis.


● The most common symptom of sacroiliac joint dysfunction is pain. ● Patients often experience pain in the lower back, thigh, groin, or buttocks that radiates down the leg. ● The pain is typically worse with standing and walking and is relieved on resting. ● Other symptoms include limping, fever, psoriasis, eye inflammation, and limited range of motion.


A variety of tests performed during physical examination may help reveal the SI joint as the cause of your symptoms. Sometimes, X-rays, CT-scan or MRI may be helpful in the diagnosis of SI joint-related problems because they can rule out other common sources of pain—such as your lumbar spine or hip joints. It is also important to remember that other conditions (like a disc problem) can co-exist with SI joint disorders.

The most relied upon method to accurately determine whether the SI joint is the cause of your lower back pain symptoms is to inject the SI joint with a local anesthetic. This diagnostic injection will be performed under either X-ray or CT guidance to verify accurate placement of the needle in the SI joint. If your symptoms decrease by at least 75%, it can be concluded that the SI joint is either the source of or a major contributor to your lower back, hip, or pelvic pain. If the level of pain does not change after SI joint injection, it is less likely that the SI joint is the cause of your pain.


Treatment options include use of pain medications, adequate rest, wearing a sacroiliac belt to stabilize the joint, and physical therapy. For patients not responding to conservative line of management, we offer additional advanced treatments:
● SI Joint Injection ● Radiofrequency Ablation ● Sacroiliac Joint Fusion ● Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Treatment

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