The areas of concern for rehabilitation after SI joint fusion surgery are pain control, stabilizing the injured area, early ambulation, tissue healing, stretching, stabilization, balance, strengthening and function. The following white paper will discuss important aspects of each of the areas of concern during the entire rehabilitation process after a sacroiliac joint fusion.

Bruce Dall, MD is an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and Associate Clinical Professor of Spine Surgery at Western Michigan University School of Medicine. During his long tenure at the Borgess Brain and Spine Institute he performed hundreds of SI joint fusion procedures and is recognized as a pioneer and expert in the treatment of SI joint disorders.

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