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This Way You Can Minimize Failed Back Surgery Syndrome!

There are many people out there, who out of the frustration of constant back pain, finally decide to opt for a surgery. This option, though considered as a complete solution, brings with itself the biggest concern that whether the surgery would work or not. In case after the surgery there is no improvement in back pain, then the condition is said to be failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS).

There are ways, by which you can secure your path towards a successful back surgery. These are described as below:

Stay Confident In Your Diagnosis

For your appropriate diagnosis as well as the treatment, the surety of the surgeon who is about to perform the procedure plays a pivotal role. Moreover, the main reason behind the numerous failed back surgery cases is said to be the wrong diagnosis of the proper cause of back pain. A wrong diagnosis means that the surgeon is about to operate the wrong part of the spine which is harmful.

So, the success of your surgery fully depends upon how confident your surgeon is about performing the surgery in the accurate location.

Trusting Your Surgeon

Your spine surgeon, should be fully trustworthy, since you are about to get operated. The best way to check how much reliable your surgeon is, you must ask him/her certain questions regarding the surgery which is about to take place in result of failed back surgery syndrome.

The questions that should be asked include:

  • The number of times this surgery is performed a year
  • How much fare your other patients have given for a similar surgery
  • Are there any patients who would be willing to share their experience with the patient?
  • Who would be there for assistance in surgery?

Successful Rehabilitation

The most common complaint that is heard from the failed back surgery syndrome patients is regarding the improper rehabilitation after the surgery. You must be well aware of all the aspects that would be included in the surgeon’s rehabilitation program. This way you will be informed about how well you will be treated if you are a patient of failed back surgery syndrome.

 

If you or any of your loved one is suffering from failed back surgery syndrome, get a professional advice from Dr. Zaki Anwar by placing an appointment at (815) 464-7212). He is an expert anesthesiologist and certified Pain Management Specialist who has been practicing pain relief techniques for the past several years with effective results.

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