When it comes to Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome surgery, New Jersey spine surgeon Dr. Joshua Rovner has the comprehensive experience patients trust. As one of the states leading destinations for spine surgery & treatment in NJ, Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome is a spinal condition that Dr. Rovner and his advanced surgical team treats.
The Sacroiliac Joint Is Unique
The Sacroiliac joint has several characteristics that make it stand out from other joints in the human body. It is very limited in the amount of motion it can perform, its full range of motion is less that 20 degrees.
The sacroiliac joint is very difficult to dislocate. It is also one of the few joints in the human body that is bicondylar. A bicondylar joint has two surfaces that move and work together to produce the joint’s motion.