TransLoc 3D Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System

Common Symptoms of Pain Involving the SI Joint

  • Low back pain
  • Pelvis/buttock pain
  • Lower extremity pain
  • Hip/groin pain
  • Problems sitting, sleeping, or walking

About Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Instability

The sacroiliac (SI) joints are the foundation of the spine, located at the junctions of the sacrum and ilium on each side.

These complex joints, composed of systems of ligaments and multiplanar joint surfaces, transmit the forces exerted through the spine from the upper body to the legs. The SI joint is designed to absorb shock forces and is naturally limited to only minute motion. Instability in the SI joint is a major pain generator in some patients.

Although there have been many advances in surgical techniques to address instability problems in the lumbar spine, instability in the SI joint has remained unaddressed, with most patients running out of options once conservative treatments have failed to offer continued relief from painful SI symptoms.

Causes of SI Joint Instability and Pain

  • Prior injury or accident
  • Arthritis
  • Low back instability or prior low back surgery
  • Ligamentous loosening due to pregnancy

Treatment Cycle and Options

When it is suspected that some or all of the patient’s symptoms could be attributed to SI joint instability, it is recommended to begin with conservative treatment options. Conservative treatment may include physical therapy, chiropractic manipulation, patient-specific exercise programs, or bracing.

Pain management evaluation and intervention may be the next step, including pain medications or therapeutic injections that may provide some patients temporary relief but often only work short term. Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) has also been used with some success, but similar to injections, it may only provide temporary relief.

SI joint stabilization should only be considered after non-surgical interventions have failed to provide a patient with an enduring solution to their pain. Stabilizing the SI joint can provide enduring pain relief.

TransLoc 3D™ SI Joint Fusion System

TransLoc 3D™ is the next evolution in fixating the sacroiliac (SI) joint. Incorporating CornerLoc’s patented and proven CornerLocing technology1, together with state-of-the-art 3D printed titanium macro and microporosity in the new ultra-porous posterior titanium implant and lateral oblique compression screw, this system offers a truly 3-dimensional approach to fusing the SI joint.

Having Options Matters

TransLoc 3D™ has one of the most comprehensive SI joint fusion offerings available. Your physician will have several implant options when they consider what would work best for you, your diagnosis, and your medical history. You are unique, so why would you want a one-size-fits-all SI joint fusion system? TransLoc 3D™ allows your physician the flexibility to create the ideal solution for you and your chronic SI joint dysfunction.

About Us

Our Patients Are Our Priority

  • Our Focus is targeted, intelligent, minimally invasive pain care
  • We believe your treatment plan should be personalized for your pain journey
  • Our providers exemplify patient-centered healthcare and look forward to serving you

Pain Conditions

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Back Pain

Leg Pain

Hip Pain

Foot Pain

Upper Limb & Neck

Headaches & Migraines

Pelvic Pain

Abdominal Pain

Committed to West Virginia for over 30 years

Meet Our Providers

Timothy Deer, MD
Physician

Chris Kim, MD
Physician

Ryan Budwany, MD
Physician

Marcin Karcz, MD
Physician

Lucas Bracero, MD
Physician

Rebecca Butcher
Nurse Practitioner

Ashley Comer
Nurse Practitioner

Tara Tackett
Nurse Practitioner

Danielle Molina
Physician Assistant

Erica Stanley
Nurse Practitioner

Veronica Thomas
Nurse Practitioner