Failed Back Syndrome in Frisco, TX

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What is failed back syndrome?

Experiencing pain after back surgery can be very discouraging. When back surgery fails to take away the pain, you may have a condition called failed back syndrome. Drs. Mohammad Tariq, David Keelen, and Gabor Racz, our board-certified and fellowship-trained pain management specialists, can assist you in finding out why you still have pain. Through a physical examination, medical imaging, joint fluid testing, blood tests, and more, your returning back pain can be thoroughly assessed, even if our surgeons did not perform the first surgery.

Through our diagnostic imaging and tests at Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX, we can explore the origin of your back pain, whether it is from a failed first surgery or a different issue that needs to be addressed. We have a variety of treatment options available to you, such as physical therapy, pain medications, injections, a revision back surgery, and more. Your personalized treatment plan will be explained to you in detail along with an itemized quote on what your services will cost. We have flexible payment options, including filing with insurance, cash payment options, and medical financing. 

We are here for you at Preston Surgery Center

Our pain management team is committed to providing you with solutions for your discomfort. Failed back syndrome is a condition that can keep you from living a healthy, happy life. Call our office in Frisco, TX for an appointment at the Preston Surgery Center. Drs. Tariq, Keelen, and Racz are accepting failed back surgery patients, even if they did not perform the original back surgery. You do not have to settle for a life with the pain from an unsuccessful surgery. We'd like you to keep in mind that you have several payment options at Preston Surgery Center, including a cash payment option. Book an appointment with our pain management specialists to get started.

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