Failed Back Surgery Treatment


Low-Back-PainBack surgery is often used to treat chronic back or leg pain caused by compression of the spinal nerves. However, when this surgery is not successful, patients can experience Failed Back Surgery Syndrome, which is the term used to describe pain that continues after the procedure. Individuals who do not receive the desired results after undergoing invasive treatment can become disappointed, believing there is nothing that can be done to relieve their pain; however, this is not the case. At Pain Relief Clinics of Massachusetts, we offer failed surgery treatment  to treat the problem and eliminate our patients’ discomfort.

While the symptoms of failed surgery can vary based on the cause, common signs can include chronic pain or aches in the back or legs, tingling, muscle weakness, joint instability and numbness. If you experience any of these symptoms, speaking with a medical professional is recommended.

To diagnose what is causing your continued pain, our medical team will conduct a full physical evaluation.  Once we have determined the problem, we can recommend an appropriate course of action. Treatments that can be used to relieve the symptoms of failed surgery may include physical rehabilitation, stretching, exercising, and heat and cold therapy.

Don’t let a disappointing procedure keep you from seeking a treatment plan that works. For more information on our failed surgery treatment, please contact the Pain Relief Centers of Massachusetts today at 1-800-617-3610 to schedule a FREE initial consultation.