Comprehensive pain management is vital to a patient’s healing process. Our pain specialists can thoroughly evaluate your pain symptoms in order to accurately diagnose the cause.
Once we have an accurate diagnosis, we will work together with you to create a treatment plan that will effectively address your pain.
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I can't say enough good things about Dr Rao, when no one else could tell me what was causing my back pain he helped me find out what the issue was . He is patient and extremely knowledgeable and very good at what he does! I am not surprised that all his staff are kind , caring and patient in their quest to help me have a better quality of life.
Failed back and neck surgeries can create a different condition, ‘Failed Back/Neck Syndrome.’ When the patient has not had a successful result from the surgery, and is continuing to experience pain, the patient begins experiencing this syndrome. When necessary, spine surgery is performed to eliminate chronic back pain, or pain in the extremities.
Unfortunately, in some cases, the level of pain does not improve, but may even increase. There are many factors that contribute to the surgery being unsuccessful, such as smoking, uncontrolled diabetes, poorly performed surgery, and/or non-adherence to post surgical instructions. But each patient is different, and each surgery is unique. We can help establish the basis for the continued pain, and help you determine the best route forward.
Our providers are board certified, and are dedicated to giving you a comprehensive exam that will aid in diagnosing the cause of your symptoms. Using advanced diagnostic techniques, our doctors will find out the reason for your pain, and then get you on the road to better health right away.
Here are a few steps our physicians use when completing their comprehensive exams:
We take your medical history.
We conduct a thorough physical exam.
We carefully analyze your symptoms.
We may order diagnostic tests, including x-ray, MRI, and nerve conduction studies, to help us diagnose your chronic pain.
Once we have an accurate diagnosis, we will work together with you to create a treatment plan that will be successful for your chronic pain.
We offer many different treatments to address the pain caused by failed back or neck surgery. Treatments include: