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Discuss Two Articles Published in the Fourth Quarter of 2017 in the SIS Online Journal Club

Thursday, March 8, 2018  
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Share your thoughts and suggestions about the critical reviews of these studies and their potential impact on your practice in a members-only discussion.

SIS Research Division members Mark Bicket, MD and Evan Rivers, DO have completed a critique of a study that aimed to determine if common fluoroscopic needle placements for cooled sacroiliac joint radiofrequency neurotomy are adequate to lesion all S1-3 lateral branches. Join the discussion via the SIS Online Journal Club here🔒.

 SIS Research Division members Byron Schneider, MD and Anthony Schwarzer, MD, PhD have completed a critique of a study that compares injections of hyaluronate and triamcinolone for the treatment of chronic low back pain suggestive of lumbar zygopophysial joint arthropathy. Join the discussion via the SIS Online Journal Club here🔒.

These reviews have been completed by EBM-trained members of the Spine Intervention Society's Research Division, and represent the thoughts and opinions of the individuals who have completed the reviews, not the SIS Research Division or the Spine Intervention Society as an organization. The intent of the Online Journal Club  is to summarize recently published studies on high priority topics, and encourage consideration and stimulate discussion among SIS members.


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