Persistent Pain Following Back Surgery

Dr. Georgiy Brosuvanik, Spine Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, explains pain after surgery is very common and normal, too. He affirms 50% of his patients have it.

But in order to correct the patient’s back pain, and also to correct sagittal balance or kyphosis, physicians have to restore their height and get the head back on top of their pelvis. For the patient’s complete relief the leaning tree has to be brought up to a perfectly vertical position.

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