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26th Napa Pain Conference

NPC26-F7-A - Treating the Hip, Knee & Sacroiliac Joint

Aug 16, 2019 3:45pm ‐ Aug 16, 2019 5:30pm


Interventional Pain Management

Treating the Hip, Knee & Sacroiliac Joint

Target Audience: Interventional pain physicians, advanced practice providers, and members of the
clinical care team

Learning Objectives

As a result of participating in this activity, learners will be better able to:

  • Select appropriate interventional therapies to treat pain in the lower extremities


SI -Joint

Daniel Choi, MD, MBA


Avinash Ramchandani, MD, MBA


Maxim S. Eckmann, MD


Pain of the trunk and lower extremities is often debilitating, reducing function and limiting daily tasks such as walking or standing for prolonged periods of time. Satisfactory control of pain in the lower extremities is important for patient self care and well being.

Additional Reading

  • Dreyfuss, P., Snyder, B. D., Park, K., Willard, F., Carreiro, J., & Bogduk, N. (2008). The ability of single site, single depth sacral lateral branch block s to anesthetize the sacroiliac joint complex. Pain Medicine, 9(7), 844-850.
  • Szadek , K. M., van der Wurff, P., van Tulder, M. W., Zuurmond, W. W., & Perez, R. S. (2009). Diagnostic validity of criteria for sacroiliac joint pain: a systematic review. The Journal of Pain, 10(4), 354-368.
  • Simopoulos, T. T., Manc hikanti, L., Gupta, S., Aydin, S. M., Kim, C. H., Solank i, D., ... & Hirsch, J. A. (2015). Systematic review of the diagnostic accuracy and therapeutic effectiveness of sacroiliac joint interventions. Pain Physician, 18(5), E713-56.
  • Vane lderen , P., Szadek , K., Cohen , S. P., De Witte, J., Lataster, A., Patijn , J., ... & Van
    Zundert, J. (2010). 13. Sacroiliac joint pain. Pain Practice, 10(5), 470-478.


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