My Primary diagnosis code: 724.6-Disorders of the Sacrum Let me introduce the surgical procedure code 27216-50(bilateral) which states: Percutaneous skeletal fixation of posterior pelvic bone fracture and/or dislocation, for fracture patterns that disrupt the pelvic ring, unilateral (includes ipsilateral ilium, sacroiliac joint and/or sacrum). IT WAS A MIRACLE on January
Gulf Breeze, Florida 3-week Rehabilitation after SI Fixation Surgery The Fixation means: To stabilize the sacroiliac joint, cannulated screws will be placed through the ilium and sacrum through small puncture wounds. After my surgery on 1-17-13 in Gainesville, GA with Dr. Weiss and Vicki Sims, PT, I traveled to Gulf
I have a 2 year working relationship with Mark Bengtson, MPT of Pinnacle Physical Therapy and here is his evaluation on 4/11/13 of how I am doing since my Sacroiliac Fixation Surgery on 1-17-13. The following video interview discusses his view of where I am at in the rehabilitation process.
Here is a video presentation on 5/5/13 discussing how well I was doing in my sacrum and/or low back after my Sacroiliac Joint Fixation Surgery In this video I am just at 4 months since the SI surgery. My recovery or should I say progression in rehabilitation basically stopped at