Sacroiliac Joint Steroid Injection

The Sacroiliac Joint identifies the location where the spine and hip joint meet. This injection procedure is designed to relieve pain created by arthritis in the Sacroiliac Joint by reducing swelling and inflammation.

The procedure begins with a patient resting on a pillow that is placed underneath his/her stomach. Utilizing touch and a fluoroscope, the doctor identifies the Sacroiliac Joint and applies a local anesthetic to the surrounding tissue.

A needle is then inserted into the joint, and a steroid-anesthetics mix is injected into the joint to sooth the inflamed, painful area.


To make an appointment, call the office directly at (303) 945-4790 or request one through our online Patient Portal.

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Main Office

12596 West Bayaud Ave
Suite 205
Lakewood, CO 80228

Phone: (303) 945-4790
Fax: (877) 861-0393 or
(720) 645-1959

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
8:00am - 5:00pm