Latest update from our client, Pain Care Specialists of Florida about 5 Facts About The Post-Laminectomy Syndrome:

Post-laminectomy syndrome, also known as, the failed back syndrome is a condition in which a patient persistently experiences chronic back pain after the surgery. The surgery is often performed to correct an anatomical spine problem that causes pain, such as deformed spinal structures, pinched spinal nerves and unstable spine movement. Aside from feeling chronic pain, a patient may also experience stiffness, numbness and weakness near the surgery area.

This type of syndrome is one of the major causes of chronic back pain, which often leads to a decreased quality of life, psychological and disability disorders.

There are approximately 500,000 spinal surgeries performed in the United States each year. Unfortunately, 20% from that number report that they are experiencing persistent back pain after their surgery.

In this article, pain clinic in Pembroke Pines has listed the 5 facts about post-laminectomy syndrome.

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