Have you recently undergone back surgery to relieve your symptoms and improve your quality of life? Started experiencing pain again months after your procedure? Have you continued to experience pain, discomfort or other symptoms following your surgery? You may be experiencing a fairly common condition known as “failed back surgery syndrome”! In fact, it is estimated between 20-40% of patients who undergo back surgery do not experience the level of relief they were hoping to achieve. At Woodway Rehab and Wellness, we understand how big of an impact a failed back surgery can have on your life and are proud to offer failed back surgery treatment in Houston, TX for those still experiencing pain, discomfort, weakness or any other symptoms associated with their condition.
Many patients believe that failed back surgery syndrome is due to an error during their surgery. This, however, is most often not the case. Common reasons a patient may experience failed back surgery syndrome include:
If you believe you are suffering from failed back surgery syndrome, feel free to schedule an appointment with Woodway Rehab and Wellness, we’d be happy to evaluate your symptoms to determine if treatment is the best option.
Failed back surgery syndrome refers to a subset of back surgery patients who experience new or reoccurring pain following spinal surgery. The pain or discomfort may be reduced but still be present, or it may get worse after a few months following surgery. The term “failed back surgery syndrome” refers to a condition of continuing pain not that there was necessarily a problem during surgery.
Interested in relief from failed back surgery syndrome in Houston? Contact Woodway Rehab and Wellness. We would be happy to get you on our schedule for a consultation to determine if you are experiencing failed back surgery syndrome and what the best treatment option would be for you.