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Post Laminectomy Syndrome Spinal Stenosis

Post Laminectomy Syndrome Spinal Stenosis


Post laminectomy syndrome (also known as Failed Back syndrome) is continued neck and or arm pain even after surgery. The cause for the continued pain is varied and could be due to injury to the nerve root during surgery, scar formation after the surgery, changes above or below fusion, and delayed surgery causing significant damage to the nerve root before surgery. Symptoms include neck pain with or without associated arm pain. Treatment options include physical therapy, pain medications, tricyclic anti-depressants, anti-seizure medications, epidural steroid injections, and spinal cord stimulation.