Revision and Reconstructive Spine Surgery

Spine surgery is a complex task that involves both benefits and risks. Revision and reconstructive spine surgery increases the complexity because of complications such as scar tissue and compromised bone and tissue quality. Healing is often not as effective with subsequent surgeries and the likelihood of infection is also increased. Dr. Francis

Are you ready to get back to normal? To meet with Dr. Francis and learn more about our surgery techniques and find out if you might need revision or reconstructive spine surgery, request a consultation in Houston or Beaumont. Or you can call us at 1-713-383-7100 to schedule your appointment.

Indications for revision spine surgery

Revision spine surgery is surgery performed in certain patients to correct the problems of earlier spine surgery. Revision surgery is indicated in patients with chronic pain even after surgery, also known as failed spine surgery syndrome

Other factors indicated for revision spine surgery include:

  • Scar tissue formation around the incision
  • Unsuccessful surgery
  • Surgery at wrong site
  • Surgery in non-eligible candidates
  • Improper diagnosis
  • Post-surgical complications

Goal

The goal of revision spine surgery is to reduce pain and resume normal activities.
 

GO WITH THE TEAM THAT YOU TRUST

It makes sense to seek multiple opinions from specialists when you’re considering a possible spinal operation. Almost all of our patients do exactly that, and in the end, they come to us. There are multiple reasons why, but it is largely about trust. Our reputation has been built upon patient successes and real results, repeated many times over many years. We invite you to read the success stories from our patients to learn about our approach and their outcomes firsthand. Then discuss with your doctor about the best place to receive care.