FAILED BACK SURGERY SYNDROME

Are you experiencing pain after a previous back surgery?
We specialize in reducing and curing chronic back pain for people
suffering from Failed Back Surgery Syndrome.
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What is Failed Back Surgery Syndrome?

This is a very generalized term that is often used to describe the condition of patients who have not had a successful result with spine surgery and have experienced continued pain after surgery. Chronic pain is ongoing or prolonged pain caused by an illness or injury. The medical definition of chronic pain is pain that has lasted for six months or longer. Pain specialists realize that many chronic pain conditions have no cure, so they focus on ways to manage the pain. No single treatment works best for everyone so a progression of therapies can be used until pain relief is reached.
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Spinal Cord Stimulation

If you have already had back surgery and are still experiencing chronic pain, a Spinal Cord Stimulator may be the right fit for you. Spinal cord stimulation is FDA approved for the management of chronic pain in the back, neck, arms, or legs.

The surgeons at Comprehensive Spine Institute are the area’s leading Spinal Cord Stimulator team and are backed by St. Jude. With an overwhelmingly positive response from patients, Spinal Cord Stimulation has become one of our top requested procedures.

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Why Comprehensive Spine Institute?

Through an unprecedented level of experience, success and compassion, our comprehensive approach to spine care stems from the belief that each patient deserves specialized and individualized treatment for their pain.
Our board certified, fellowship-trained surgeons are recognized nationally for their academic contributions which have aided in technological advancements in spine care. Throughout the area they are beloved for their success with patients.

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