• Have You Had a Failed Back Surgery?

    by Dr. Hooman M. Melamed
    on Jul 13th, 2016

While surgery can be an effective way to correct spinal conditions, you may have had an unfortunate experience where the surgery failed to produce results or the surgeon made a mistake that ended up making things worse. Rather than give up, it is important to find a spine professional that specializes in correcting failed surgeries. If your surgery happened many years ago and you are still experiencing pain and discomfort, modern advancements in treatment and technology can help you regain control of the situation. This can be effective for failed neck and back surgeries, so be sure to talk with your doctor or spine professional during your next appointment to discuss the next steps.
Know When to See the Doctor

While the Internet can be a great way to learn more about a condition that you may have, nothing beats talking to your doctor when symptoms start to show. Researching a spine condition or issue can help you identify warning signs to look for, and when you notice them, you should make an appointment with your doctor. This way you will be able to catch any problems in the earliest stages, which will give you the greatest chance of successful treatment. This is especially important after you have begun treatment or are recovering from surgery, because you want to make sure that everything is progressing as it should. When you are on the road to better spine health, you want to avoid any roadblocks that get in the way. If you have any questions about your treatment plan, make an appointment to talk with your doctor and get the answers you need.

Author Dr. Hooman M. Melamed

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