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What is Failed Back Surgery Syndrome?

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS) is a condition where individuals experience persistent pain or new pain following one or more back surgeries. Symptoms of a failed back surgery can vary depending on the individual and the specific procedure performed, but some common symptoms include: 

– Chronic or Recurrent Pain

– Limited Mobility

– Nerve Pain

– Radiculopathy

– Failed Fusion

– Postoperative Scar Tissue

– Recurrent Herniation

– Neuropathic Pain

– Loss of Bladder or Bowel Control

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A Holistic Approach to Understanding Your Pain

If you’ve been experiencing years of unrelenting pain and relying on handfuls of pills just to get through each day, it’s time to explore a new path. At SEVA Healthcare, we take the time to understand the root cause of your pain, tailoring our approach to your unique body and situation. Our multidisciplinary techniques combine the expertise of leading doctors with cutting-edge technology, offering you a chance at lifelong healing.

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Become Another SEVA Success Story

SEVA Healthcare takes great pride in the abundance of success stories showcasing consistent and life-changing transformations. We have a proven track record of effectively reducing or eliminating pain in our patients, and we’re here to help you achieve the same results.

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Treat Your Failed Back Surgery Syndrome at Our Dallas and Tulsa Locations

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Schedule an Appointment with our Doctors

If you or a loved one have been struggling with chronic or acute pain caused by a failed back surgery, don’t lose hope. Book an appointment with one of our highly-specialized doctors today. We understand that the path to healing can be difficult, so we are committed to walking with you along the way.