LinQ™ – SI Joint Stabilization System for SI Joint Dysfunction Patients
Now Offering: LinQ™ – SI Joint Stabilization System for SI Joint Dysfunction Patients
We are excited to announce that Dr. Lance Larsen and Dr. Mark Sison now offer PainTEQ’s breakthrough LinQ procedure to our patients experiencing SI (sacroiliac) joint dysfunction. This new system provides patients with a minimally invasive solution to combat their SI joint pain.
Have you tried these and still have pain?
Common, conventional treatment methods for SI joint dysfunction include:
- Physical therapy
- Chiropractic care
- Therapeutic injections
- Radio-frequency ablation (RFA)
If these fail to reduce symptoms for the long run, then LinQ may be the best option for you. The unique, minimally invasive procedure involves implanting one small bone allograft into the SI joint to stabilize and fuse the dysfunctional joint. The entire procedure is done through a single, small incision.
Benefits of LinQ
The LinQ procedure offers several benefits compared to traditional SI joint surgery:
- Minimally invasive
- Posterior approach away from nerves and large blood vessels
- No metal implanted
- Faster recovery time
- Proven effective results
Patients leave the hospital or surgery center the same day, shortly after surgery, and can usually resume daily living activities within a couple of weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does LinQ require an overnight hospital stay?
No, this is a same-day, outpatient procedure.
Is this procedure covered by Medicare?
Yes, and private insurance too.
Can I still have the implant if I have had other procedures (laminectomy, spinal cord simulator, RFA, injections)?
Yes, you can.
What Real Patients Have to Say
“I am off pain pills now. I was on them for 6 years. It [LinQ] definitely helped me.” - Brian S.
“I saw results right away. I just noticed that the pain was gone!” - Iva H.
“It’s an amazingly simple solution. There’s no after-feeling, I just feel normal, and my pain was reduced by 85 or 90%.” - Everett W.