Doctors’ Pain Management Associates, LLC

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Orlando Sacroiliitis Specialists

Sacroiliitis is a condition that affects the sacroiliac joint and can cause intense pain. Many patients have found relief through interventional pain management, which is an umbrella term for various treatments that are used to reduce or manage chronic pain. We will explore what interventional pain management is and how it can help those suffering from sacroiliitis.


What Is Interventional Pain Management?

Interventional pain management includes a variety of treatments, such as steroid injections, nerve blocks, and radiofrequency ablation. These treatments are all designed to target the source of the pain and reduce inflammation to provide relief. It is important to note that these treatments are not intended to cure the underlying condition, but rather to provide temporary relief from the symptoms.


SI Joint Injections

One type of interventional treatment for sacroiliitis is injections. Steroid injections use corticosteroid medications to reduce inflammation in the affected area. This can help relieve some of the pressure on the sacroiliac joint and reduce strain on surrounding muscles and ligaments. Nerve blocks may also be injected into the affected area to block signals that cause pain from reaching your brain. Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) involves using heat energy to disrupt nerve pathways that carry sensation from one area of your body to another, providing relief from intense chronic pain.


Benefits Of Interventional Pain Management

Interventional pain management has many potential benefits for those suffering from sacroiliitis. These treatments can provide much-needed relief from chronic discomfort so that patients can return to their daily activities with greater ease and comfort. Additionally, since these treatments are minimally invasive, they often require less recovery time than more traditional forms of surgery or physical therapy. Finally, because these treatments target specific areas of concern, they can provide long-term relief even after treatment has ended.



Interventional pain management offers many potential benefits for individuals suffering from sacroiliitis-related pain or stiffness in their lower back or hips. Injections such as steroid shots or nerve blocks can reduce inflammation while radiofrequency ablation provides long-term relief without requiring invasive surgery or lengthy periods of recovery time afterward. If you think interventional pain management might be right for you, talk to your doctor about this option today!

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