Could you explain what Sacro-coccygeal Joint Injections are?

Sacro-coccygeal Joint Injections are a medical procedure used to alleviate pain caused by arthritis in the joint where the spine and hip bone meet. The injection of a steroid medication can help reduce inflammation and swelling in the affected area.

Am I a suitable candidate for Sacro-coccygeal Joint Injections?

If you are experiencing tailbone pain, also referred to as coccygodynia, that is concentrated around the tip of the tailbone, you may be a candidate for this procedure. This type of pain is frequently caused by a fall or injury to the area, resulting in stretching of the ligament and subsequent discomfort.