Pelvis Conditions Treatments





Vertebroplasty / Kyphoplasty / Sacroplasty / Cementoplasty


● Osteoporosis


● Back Pain● Vertebral Compression Fracture

Cementoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat pain in the bones, joints, and muscles. This procedure involves injecting a special type of cement into the affected area. The cement hardens and forms a support structure that helps to stabilize the bone and relieve pain.

  • More About Vertebroplasty / Kyphoplasty / Sacroplasty / Cementoplasty

    ● Vertebroplasty: This technique involves inserting polymethylmethacrylate into the bone of the collapsed vertebra with the needle and syringe under the guidance of X-ray. This technique is performed to stabilize the fracture and prevent further collapse.
    ● Kyphoplasty: In this procedure, a large needle is introduced into the spine with a balloon called a bone tamp and inflated until it expands to the desired height. The space created is then filled with or injected with orthopaedic cement called polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA). 
    This procedure restores the height of the vertebrae and reduces the deformity.
    ● Sacroplasty: In this procedure, cement is introduced into the sacral bone at the base of the spine to treat a compression fracture. This procedure reduces pain and improves the stability of the sacrum, which is part of the pelvic structure.

Ganglion of Impar


● Pelvic Pain

The Ganglion of Impar, or the ganglion impar, is a nerve cluster located between the rectum and bladder in males just above the prostate gland. This small bundle of nerves serves to control certain kinds of movements and sensations.

In some cases, treatment for these medical conditions may involve the blockage or destruction of the ganglion. This treatment can be achieved through a variety of methods depending on the severity of the condition.

Pudendal Nerve Decompression


● Pelvic Pain

Pudendal nerve decompression is a minimally invasive treatment option for those suffering from pudendal neuralgia, which is caused by compression of the pudendal nerve. The treatment involves making a small incision in the perineum and then removing any tissue that may be pressing against or compressing the nerve. 
The treatment is typically done as an outpatient procedure, meaning that patients are able to go home the same day of their treatment without needing a lengthy hospital stay.

  • More About Pudendal Nerve Decompression

     Other treatment options such as medication and physical therapy may be recommended in addition to pudendal nerve decompression, depending on the severity of symptoms. Additionally, it is important for patients to make lifestyle and dietary changes that will help to reduce inflammation and pressure on the pudendal nerve. 
    By following these treatment guidelines, those with pudendal neuralgia can experience long-term relief from their symptoms. 

Pelvic Nerve Block


● Pelvic Pain

Treatment commonly used to relieve pain from pelvic disorders such as endometriosis and other gynecological issues. The treatment involves an injection of local anesthesia near the nerve roots in the pelvis that transmit sensation. It works by blocking the transmission of pain signals to the brain, providing short-term but effective relief. 
It can be used in combination with other treatment methods to provide long-term relief from chronic pain.

  • More About Pelvic Nerve Block

    The treatment can be done in a doctor's office or an outpatient setting and typically takes about 30 minutes. It is minimally invasive and has few side effects, making it an attractive option for those looking for alternatives to more invasive treatments such as surgery or medications.

SI Joint Injection


● Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

SI Joint injection is a treatment option for Sacroiliac joint pain, which is located in the lower back. It involves injecting a corticosteroid and anesthetic into the joint to reduce inflammation and decrease pain. The procedure can be done in an outpatient setting with local anesthesia and requires only a few minutes to complete. Afterward, the patient may experience some soreness in the area which usually resolves within a few days.

This treatment option can provide relief from pain for several months, but it does not necessarily cure the underlying cause of the condition. It is important to discuss all treatment options with your healthcare provider before making any decisions.

  • More About SI Joint Injection

    In some cases, SI joint injection may be combined with physical therapy or other treatments for best results. It is important to follow the treatment plan prescribed by your healthcare provider in order to ensure that the treatment is effective and safe.

    SI joint injections are generally considered safe and have few side effects. However, as with any treatment, there is a risk of allergic reaction or infection, so it's important to follow the instructions given by your healthcare provider. 

Sacroiliac Joint Fusion


● Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Sacroiliac Joint Fusion treatment is a spinal surgery that involves the fusion of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ), which is located in the lower back. This treatment helps to reduce pain caused by abnormal movements/instability at this joint. Generally, it's performed when more conservative treatment methods like physical therapy and medications have failed to provide relief.

In general, the treatment involves surgically connecting two bones in the lower back, which creates a permanent joint. The fused bones are held together with screws and/or rods for stability. This treatment can be done as an open surgery or a minimally invasive procedure. In some cases, a bone graft may also be used to help the fusion process.

  • More About Sacroiliac Joint Fusion

    iFuse TORQ® is designed to stabilize and fuse the SI joint. The iFuse procedure involves inserting typically three threaded titanium implants across the SI joint to maximize stability, reduce pain, and improve function. The procedure is done through a small one-inch incision and takes about an hour. The 3D-printed iFuse TORQ implant was designed for osseointegration, which is the structural and functional connection between implant and bone. This allows your painful joint to be stabilized through binding of bone all along the implant.
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Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation is a minimally invasive procedure used to reduce pain and improve mobility by delivering electrical energy through a needle-like electrode to precisely target specific nerves. This procedure can be used as a solution for chronic pain conditions such as lower back or neck pain, nerve damage, arthritis, and fibromyalgia.

By delivering a burst of electrical energy, the nerve is ablated or destroyed in the affected area. Pain signals from the nerves are no longer able to reach the brain and the sensation of pain is relieved. The results are usually long-term, with some patients reporting relief for up to several years after their treatment.

  • More About Radiofrequency Ablation

    RFA is a safe and effective procedure with minimal risk of side effects. The procedure is typically done under local anesthesia, so patients experience little to no pain or discomfort during treatment. Patients usually experience temporary relief within hours after the procedure and long-term relief within a few weeks.

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Peripheral Nerve Blocks

Peripheral nerve blocks are a type of pain relief solution used to block the transmission of pain signals from peripheral nerves. The procedure involves injecting an anesthetic or steroid medication around the affected nerve, providing immediate and long-lasting relief from chronic pain. 

  • More about peripheral nerve blocks

    Pain relief typically lasts between four to eight hours per injection, but may be prolonged depending on the type of medication used. Peripheral nerve blocks have been found to be safe and effective in treating chronic pain from many sources, including sports injuries, arthritis, sciatica, post-surgical pain, and fibromyalgia. 
    The procedure is minimally invasive and typically performed with local or general anesthesia. 



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Peripheral Nerve Stimulation Treatment, or PNS, is a type of pain relief therapy that can be used to treat chronic pain conditions. This treatment involves stimulating the peripheral nerves in order to block the transmission of pain signals from reaching the brain. Pain solutions that use this technique have been found to be effective in reducing pain levels and improving quality of life for those suffering from chronic pain.

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