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With advances in spine surgery have come a number of treatments based upon the principles of minimally invasive techniques. Until recently, however, the development of minimally invasive spine surgery techniques was primarily focused on issues relating to the lumbar intervertebral disc or lumbar vertebral bodies. Due to the challenges of treating the sacroiliac (SI) joint and facet joint without damaging nearby anatomy, surgical technology to address these conditions was limited—even though the SI joints and facet joints are responsible for approximately 50 percent of chronic low back pain.

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