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Kalamazoo, MI 49048 |

Borgess Sacroiliac Joint Program

Discover Less Chronic Pain and More Life Gain

Pain stemming from the sacroiliac (SI) joint can be both challenging to diagnose and difficult to treat. As a result, those suffering from SI joint discomfort often endure test after test and treatment after treatment with no lasting relief.

If you’re ready to put an end to that mysterious chronic pain in your lower back, we have your solution, right here in southwest Michigan. Through the Borgess Sacroiliac Joint Program, you can finally experience less chronic pain—and more life gain.

Corp! Magazine, Detroit, Mich., cites Dr. Dall, with four others, for Excellence in Health Care as Leaders and Innovators.

Dr. Dall was invited to speak at the Meijer Theatre in the Grand Rapids Museum on March 22, 2011 during the popular educational exhibit entitled "The Bodies." Borgess is committed to excellence in health care and is happy to share with you the following informative presentation by Dr. Bruce Dall.

Click here to watch Dr. Dall's presentation.

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