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Failed Back Surgery Syndrome: A Real Horror Story

  The amazing popularity of Halloween suggests people of all ages love to be frightened. There are “haunted houses” in just about every city, ghoulish costumes worn by the very young children while trick or treating and the annual collection of horror films being released a couple of weeks before Halloween. This year’s crop of […]

Facet Joint Pain After Spine Surgery

Facet Joint Pain Recently Spine-Health.com featured the blog post below by Dr. Stephen Hochschuler, co-founder and orthopedic spine surgeon at Texas Back Institute. Facet Joint Pain after Spine Surgery The facet joints are two small joints in the back of the spine, on the left and right sides, at each level. These joints work with […]

Minimizing the Risk of Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome The post below was featured on Spine-Health.com and was contributed by Dr. Stephen Hochschuler, co-founder and orthopedic spine surgeon at Texas Back Institute. Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS) refers to chronic back or neck pain, with or without extremity pain, which occurs if spine surgery does not achieve the desired result. Contributing […]

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