Failed Back Surgery

If you have undergone back surgery but continue to experience persistent pain or even new symptoms, you may be dealing with Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS). At RelievUS, we understand the challenges of living with FBSS, and our team of experienced pain management specialists is here to provide you with effective and personalized solutions for managing your pain and restoring your quality of life.If you’ve had back surgery and are still suffering with chronic pain, schedule a consultation with our expert team at RelievUS and take the first step towards finding relief. We are committed to helping you regain your comfort, mobility, and overall well-being. Contact us today to book your appointment and start your journey towards a pain-free life.

Understanding Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS):

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome is not a single condition but rather a term used to describe the persistent or recurrent pain and symptoms that some individuals experience after back surgery. It can occur following various types of spine surgeries, including spinal fusion, laminectomy, discectomy, or even minimally invasive procedures.

Causes of Failed Back Surgery Syndrome:

Several factors can contribute to the development of FBSS, including:

  • Incomplete Decompression: If the surgery did not fully decompress the affected nerve or relieve the compression adequately, pain can persist.
  • Nerve Damage: Surgery can sometimes cause nerve damage, leading to ongoing pain and other neurological symptoms.
  • Scar Tissue Formation: After surgery, scar tissue may develop around the nerve root, causing irritation and pain.
  • Recurrent Disc Herniation: A new herniation or reherniation of a disc can occur after a previous surgery.
  • Spinal Instability: Surgery may alter the stability of the spine, leading to pain and discomfort.
  • Psychological Factors: Emotional stress and depression can exacerbate pain perception.

Symptoms of Failed Back Surgery Syndrome:

The symptoms of FBSS can vary depending on the individual and the specific cause of the syndrome. Common symptoms include:

  • Chronic Back Pain: Dull, aching, or sharp pain in the back or legs.
  • Radicular Pain: Pain that radiates down the legs or arms, following the path of the affected nerve.
  • Numbness and Tingling: Sensations of pins and needles in the legs, feet, arms, or hands.
  • Muscle Weakness: Weakness or difficulty moving the affected limbs.
  • Limited Mobility: Difficulty standing, walking, or performing daily activities.

Effective Failed Back Surgery Syndrome Relief at RelievUS:

At RelievUS, we offer a comprehensive and individualized approach to managing Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. Our team of pain management specialists will work closely with you to understand the specific cause of your pain and create a personalized treatment plan to address your unique needs. We believe in addressing the root cause of your pain and focusing on improving your overall well-being.

Our Treatment Options Include:

Minimally Invasive Interventions: We offer a range of minimally invasive procedures, such as epidural steroid injections, nerve blocks, and radiofrequency ablation, to provide targeted pain relief and reduce inflammation.

Spinal Cord Stimulation: This advanced procedure involves implanting a small device near the spine to deliver electrical signals that can modify pain perception.

Medication Management: We may prescribe medications, such as pain relievers, anti-inflammatories, or muscle relaxants, to manage pain and improve your comfort.

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Take the First Step Towards FBSS Relief:

If you’ve had back surgery and are still suffering with chronic pain, schedule a consultation with our expert team at RelievUS and take the first step towards finding relief. We are committed to helping you regain your comfort, mobility, and overall well-being. Contact us today to book your appointment and start your journey towards a pain-free life.

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