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Failed Back Surgery

Patients experiencing chronic back pain choose a surgical option feeling confident that such a drastic measure will alleviate their symptoms. When patients continue to experience pain after recovery, they often feel overwhelmed and depressed, believing there is nothing else they can do to get rid of pain. Patients whose surgery is deemed unsuccessful are experiencing Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS).

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome patients often express similar symptoms: persistent leg and back pain, muscular weakness, tingling and numbness, and joint instability.

Delaware Pain Relief Center has the resources to help patients experiencing Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. Our physical medicine experts can thoroughly assess your situation to create a treatment plan specific to your needs.

We offer a number of physical medicine methods to treat Failed Back Surgery:

  • Cold Laser Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Stretching Exercises