Cluneal Nerve Pain
Cluneal Nerve Pain

Also known as thoracolumbar spine syndrome or cluneal neuralgia. This arises as a result of entrapment of the cluneal nerves as they cross the iliac crest (hip bone). There are several sets of nerves and the symptoms will depend on exactly which nerves are affected. Typically, this syndrome can cause low back, buttock, groin or upper leg pain and is often misdiagnosed.

The conditions we treat can be targeted by injection and radio-frequency techniques or by combination with oral medications to reduce symptoms and facilitate rehabilitation.

If you think you are suffering from this condition or would like to discuss your symptons, pain or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us to book an appointment.