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Asian Journal of Pain 2017;3(2):42-43.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.35353/ajp.3.2.42    Published online October 30, 2017.
Effect of Prolotherapy for Low Back Pain Caused Sacroiliac Joint
Tae Sik Chang1, Beom Gi Han2
1Smile Neurosurgery Clinic, Seoul, Korea
2Yonsei Neurology Clinic, Seoul, Korea
Correspondence:  Tae Sik Chang, Tel: +82-2-704-6100, Fax: +82-2-541-4502, 
Email: nscts@hanmail.net
Abstract
The significance of anatomic diagnosis is very important in low back pain. Although it is still controversial, low back pain caused by sacroiliac joint lesion is thought to be about 30% of all low back pain. However there is no guideline on diagnose and treatment for sacroiliac joint lesion. In this paper, we present diagnosis of low back pain from sacroiliac joint. We also introduce the mechanism and indication of prolotherapy for sacroiliac joint lesion as well as a special emphasis on ultrasonographic guidance.
Key Words: Low back pain; Sacroiliac joint; Prolotherapy; Ultrasonography
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