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In this week's episode of the Spine & Nerve podcast, Dr. Brian Joves and Dr. Nicolas Karvelas discuss several articles regarding both the diagnosis as well as the treatment of gluteal region musculoskeletal disorders.  

Topics discussed include the physical exam for sacroiliac joint dysfunction; as well as advanced treatment options for the relatively more rare chronic refractory coccydynia, and the relatively more common greater trochanter region pain syndrome.  Listen as the doctors summarize and discuss these articles addressing a very common chief complaint of buttock/gluteal region pain.  
 
Please see References section below for the articles discussed in today's podcast.

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This podcast is for information and educational purposes only, it is not meant to be medical advice. If anything discussed may pertain to you, please seek council with your healthcare provider. The views expressed are those of the individuals expressing them, they may not represent the views of Spine & Nerve.

 
References:
1. Sencan S, Edipoglu IS, Ulku Demir FG, Yolcu G, Gunduz OH. Are steroids required in the treatment of ganglion impar blockade in chronic coccydynia? a prospective double-blinded clinical trial. Korean J Pain. 2019;32(4):301‐306. doi:10.3344/kjp.2019.32.4.301
2. Baker, C. L., & Mahoney, J. R. (2020). Ultrasound-Guided Percutaneous Tenotomy for Gluteal Tendinopathy. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine.
3. Byron J Schneider, MD, Reza Ehsanian, MD, PhD, Renee Rosati, DO, Lisa Huynh, MD, Josh Levin, MD, David J Kennedy, MD, Validity of Physical Exam Maneuvers in the Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Pathology, Pain Medicine, Volume 21, Issue 2, February 2020, Pages 255–260.