Post Laminectomy Syndrome

Post-Laminectomy Syndrome or Failed Back Surgery Syndrome refers to persistent, residual pain following spinal surgery. Most often individuals recover from spinal surgery with no complications, but for a small number of individuals back pain persists.

Common symptoms of post-laminectomy syndrome include, back or leg pain following back surgery, back of leg pain following neck surgery and a sharp pain the extremities

Common treatment options for post-laminectomy syndrome include, spinal cord stimulation, TENS, epidural steroid injections and anti-inflammatory medications.