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surgeryWhen patients are experiencing chronic back pain, to the point that they are willing to risk invasive back surgery, the last thing those patients expect is to continue to have debilitating pain after they have fully healed from surgery.  Patients suffering from pain even after the trauma caused during surgery has mended are experiencing Failed Back Surgery Syndrome, also known as FBSS.

For most patients, Failed Back Surgery Syndrome is disheartening and depressing. Just when patients are hoping to finally resume their normal level of activity, the pain returns (or never goes away!) and they are left wondering how to manage their habitual pain, now that surgery—their last resort—was unsuccessful. Studies show that 5 to 50 percent of back surgery patients experience FBSS as a result of scar tissue, reoccurring disc herniations, or error during surgery. FBSS leaves patients wondering what is the best option for treating chronic pain.

Our clinic helps patients on a daily basis who are reeling from failed back surgery. Our skilled physical medicine professionals know how to carefully and gently assess your back pain, to determine the root of your pain. Once our specialists are fully aware of your current and past physical medicine conditions, we can create a treatment plan that will alleviate your FBSS and return healing and mobility.

We will team with you to ensure that all physical medicine techniques we use to restore healing to your back—chiropractic adjustments, spinal decompression, physical therapy or massage therapy, for example—leave you feeling fit and strong.  Our physical medicine treatments are non-invasive, effective, and are successful without the use of pain medications and other narcotics. Our whole-body approach to health and well-being ensure that the chronic pain in your back is alleviated for the long run and that you are finally able to resume your normal level of activity.

Our cutting-edge physical medicine techniques will ensure your back pain is alleviated and your quality of life is restored.