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Failed Surgery is not a syndrome, it’s a misnomer. This unfortunate circumstance is generally the outcome of an unsuccessful surgery which usually leads to chronic pain. No matter how hard a doctor will try, there are some conditions that cannot be improved. In worse case scenarios potentially resulting in an exacerbation of the patient’s condition or even death. Either way, the patient has to live with the consequences. Success rates of surgeries will depend mostly on the complexity of the surgery, however, there are several other varying factors. Most basic surgeries tend to have a higher success rate. However, the slightest mistake can have major consequences. The success rate can however significantly decrease with the complexity of the surgery or the severity of the condition.
The type of Failed Surgery a patient might be subjected to would depend on the condition they are being treated for. Some issues more complex than others. Musculoskeletal complications are a very common occurrence for Americans. These issues might require surgeries ranging from laminectomies, discectomies, spinal fusions, or other traumatic onset types of injuries. Nerve damage tends to be one of the major residuals of a failed surgery. Even minimal nerve damage can have life-changing implications on one’s health.
Healing time will vary with the type of condition the patient is being treated for, the complexity of surgery, as well as a patients health prior to treatment. If you are experiencing constant pain after surgery it’s important to talk with the treating doctor or surgeon as quickly as possible. Some surgeries will subject the patient to more complications than others.
Many surgeries are successful but one must take the complexities of an individual’s overall health issues prior to surgery. This should be a consideration before and after surgery.
Failed Surgeries may have a significant impact on the quality of life an individual may have following treatment. There are no guarantees. Failed Surgeries can limit an individual’s options for additional treatment potentially subjecting the patient to additional medications that may possess undesirable side effects. Before committing to an aggressive/evasive procedure, consider the alternatives as they usually tend to have fewer side effects or complications. One of the most life-altering therapies for chronic or neuropathic pain is Scrambler Pain Therapy. It is an FDA approved a non-invasive procedure that doesn’t require medications or additional surgeries.
If you or someone you love is suffering from a failed neck or back surgery feel free to call our office at (480)857-2098 to see if Scrambler Pain Therapy is right for you.
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