Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
The top pain clinics in Phoenix, Arizona Pain Specialists, are now offering over 20 effective treatments for failed back surgery. The treatments are individualized to patients and offered by Board Certified, award-winning pain management doctors in Arizona at multiple locations. Over 50 insurance plans are accepted; call (602) 507-6550 for more information and scheduling.
When a person undergoes back surgery, there is a significant chance the procedure may not relieve all of that person's pain. Or it may not help at all. In that case, chronic pain may set in along with disability, called failed back surgery syndrome. Further back surgery may not be indicated, in which case treatment with the best pain clinics in Arizona may provide relief.
The pain management doctors at Arizona Pain Specialists offer over twenty effective treatments for the nonoperative pain management of failed back surgery. These include options for both medication management or interventional procedures. The medications may include oral or topical pain medications such as NSAIDS, muscle relaxers, neurogenic medications such as Lyrica, or narcotics.
The interventional procedures at Arizona Pain Specialists are cutting-edge and include radiofrequency ablation, medial branch blocks, three types of epidural injections, spinal cord stimulator implants and more. A spinal cord stimulator implant has over a 75% chance of providing pain relief to those with failed back surgery syndrome.
"Failed back surgery syndrome leads to chronic pain, disability and maybe even depression. The Board Certified pain management doctors at Arizona Pain are experts in spinal cord stimulator implants which can offer hope, pain relief and a new lease on life!" said David Greene, CEO of the Arizona Pain Network.
Over 50 insurances are accepted at Arizona Pain, including Medicare, most PPO's, AHCCCS, Workers Compensation, Personal Injury and self pay as well. There are four locations serving the Valley; call (602) 507-6550 for one number scheduling.