Do you suffer from back pain? You are not alone.
Low back pain can hold you back from doing the things you love. Apart from the common cold, low back pain is the most common reason for visits to the primary care doctor. At some point in their lives, over 90% of adults are affected by low back pain.1 Additionally, up to 75% of postlumbar fusion patients will develop significant SI joint degeneration after 5 years.2 Common symptoms of SI joint pain are sensations of lower extremity pain, numbness, tingling or weakness. Other symptoms are pelvis, buttocks, hip and/or groin pain, leg instability, and more.3-5 Find out how SImpact can help you with your low back pain.
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