Discectomy Pain

Archive - February 2020

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS): What Is It?

Failed back surgery syndrome (or failed back syndrome) is a general term to describe an unsuccessful back surgery. These patients continue to feel pain after they’ve had a surgical spine procedure and can experience a wide range of symptoms which may include chronic pain in the back, neck, or legs, which could be either dull or sharp, aching, tingling, burning, or radiating. In my case, it was  a buildup of scar tissue around spinal nerve roots which caused a a considerable amount of discomfort around the surgical area.

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