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By Dr. Asim Aijaz If you're one of the many post-op back surgery patients who continue to feel persistent pain and still experience limitation, then know this:  You are not alone, and your symptoms are not uncommon.  Many patients like yourself, suffer from "Failed Back Surgery Syndrome" (FBSS).  FBSS is a condition characterized by chronic pain following back or neck surgery. Common symptoms include:  Diffuse, dull, aching pain involving your back, lower legs, neck, or arms.Sharp, stinging pain as well as pins and needles sensations.Painful numbness or increased sensitivity. Several factors can cause this persistent pain, including residual or recurrent disc herniation, persistent pressure on a

By Dr. Mark Malone Before the pain, I had a thriving life.  A growing medical practice.  A loving family with three young kids.  A healthy body that let me lift weights, waterski, bicycle, and play basketball in my free time.  My life was full, which is why I couldn't help but be in denial when I started experiencing chronic pain.  For over five years, my life was on pause. I was robbed by debilitating sensations that prevented me from doing anything literally.  On my worst days, I had to choose between taking my family out to dinner, or treating a few patients, simply because I couldn't do

By Dr. JM Paterno We understand how frustrating it feels to be trapped by chronic back pain, unable to live the life you want to live.  But we’re here to say that even though the pain is inevitable, your suffering is optional, and we’re here to help you find the relief you need to get back to living a normal and even exciting life.  Though there are many options to help you treat chronic back pain, spinal stimulators are more frequently becoming the treatment of choice.  Why? Spinal stimulators have been around for decades, but in the past few years, the amount of research, testing,