Tailbone Injections AFTER Coccygectomy (Surgical Removal of the Coccyx)

Coccygectomy is surgical removal of the coccyx. Fortunately, the vast majority of patients with coccydynia (coccyx pain, tailbone pain) respond well to NON-surgical treatment and therefore do NOT require coccygectomy. Typical treatments include coccyx cushions and tailbone injections. For those small percentage of patients who fail to get adequate relief despite injections, etc., it […]

EDS (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome) and Tailbone Pain

Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) EDS is a medical condition associated with “loose joints” (joint hyper-mobility) and other problems (loose skin, etc.). EDS and Tailbone Pain (Coccyx Pain) EDS patients have joint hypermobility, as noted above. This is important, since joint hypermobility is one of the most common causes of coccydynia (even in people without EDS). […]

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