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Can “Failed Surgery” Be Fixed?

Experiencing a “failed surgery” is a daunting journey. The echoes of pain, both emotional and physical, can haunt our lives, leaving us with questions, doubts, and a nagging sense of despair.

“Did I make the wrong choice?”,

“Why hasn’t the pain gone away?”,

“Is this how I’m meant to live for the rest of my days?”

Such sentiments can be all too familiar. We see you. We hear you. And we’re here to help.

Are Doctors To Blame For “Failed Surgery”?

Often the instinctual response to an unsuccessful surgery is to point fingers at the doctors.

We understand if you feel this anger, but it’s not the right response.

The simple answer, however, is no.

Doctors with their years of training, act with utmost care and aim to restore the impaired part of the body to its normal state.

However, our bodies often develop compensations in response to trauma or as a pain response.

Compensations are the body’s way of protecting a vulnerable region.

Imagine you hurt your left ankle decades ago; to shield it from further damage, your body might subtly shift more weight to the right leg.

But over time, the stress on the right knee and hip, from years of compensation, might give rise to new pain.

Doctors can fix the initial problem, but they can’t always predict how our body will respond in its entirety over the years.

Can My “Failed Surgery” Be Fixed?

The simple answer is yes.

Manual therapy can be your savior. By targeting the root of your problem, physical therapy can fix your body’s compensation.

 

4 Ways Physical Therapy Can Fix Pain From “Failed Surgery”

Identifying and Rectifying Compensations

Ever wonder why certain aches persist long after an injury has healed?

Manual physical therapy goes beyond just treating symptoms. It’s about understanding the why behind the pain.

Thoroughly analyzing the areas of dysfunction, allows us to uncover hidden compensations the body has developed over time.

Once the compensatory behaviors are identified, a specialized plan can be tailored to target the core issues and rid the body of compensations

Restoring Balance 

Balance – it’s what our bodies inherently desire.

Like a seesaw, our bodies are designed to distribute weight and stress evenly.

Over time, injuries can upset this balance and lead to body compensations.

Manual physical therapy employs special techniques to undo these compensations.

Giving your body symmetry, leading to more balance and less pain.

Holistic Healing: The Total Body Stretch

The “Total Body Stretch” isn’t just a treatment—it’s an experience

The session emphasizes enhancing overall flexibility and mobility, ensuring comprehensive care.

Unlike treatments that focus on just one specific area, this approach understands that our body is one.

Each stretch not only aims to increase flexibility but also works to enhance the mobility of joints, making movement smoother and more fluid.

Personalized Care in Therapy

Every individual brings to the table a unique set of experiences, pains, and stories.

Recognizing this, manual physical therapy emphasizes the importance of personalized care.

These are not just aimed at relief but at ensuring a lasting, transformative journey towards well-being.

With manual physical therapy, the emphasis is on the individual’s holistic healing journey, ensuring every step is aligned with their specific needs.

 

Want To End Your Chronic Persistent Pain For Good?

Living with pain shouldn’t be the norm, especially if it stems from compensatory behaviors developed decades ago. If you’ve felt neglected or lost in your journey to recovery, know that help is at hand.

Our clinic offers a holistic approach to physical therapy And for those who act swiftly, an exclusive offer awaits.

The first three people to call our clinic will receive a free Total Body Stretch/myofascial untwisting, valued at $250.

This opportunity isn’t just about financial savings; it’s a step toward reclaiming your life from the shackles of chronic pain.

Age is but a number. Whether you’ve lived with pain for days, years, or decades, it’s never too late to seek help. Remember, the road to recovery might be long, but with the right guidance, the journey becomes smoother.

Don’t let pain dictate your narrative. Reach out, and let Joann guide you back to a life of comfort and balance. Call now, and embark on a journey of healing and rediscovery.

During this session, you can experience the relief of a total body stretch paired with getting to try out one of the best treatments for your chronic pain done by specialist chronic pain experts!

If you’re not quite ready to step into the clinic, you can arrange a free, no-obligation telephone consultation to speak to a member of our chronic pain specialist team and discover the next best steps for you.

You can arrange your free telephone consultation by filling in our simple web form or giving our Bradenton clinic a call at (941) 226-2605.

 

Other Free Resources For Chronic Pain After “Failed Surgery”

Download Our Free Back Pain Report Here!

Read Our Blog  – Compensatory Behaviors Are Affecting Your Old Injuries!

Read Our Blog – The Domino Effect Of Body Compensations

Follow us on social media – Manual Physical Therapy and Concierge Services Facebook Page or Manual Concierge PT Instagram

Joann Pung

Joann Pung

Founder of Manual Physical Therapy & Concierge Services and leading PT in Bradenton and Sarasota, Florida. Joann has been helping transform people’s lives since she was introduced to Manual Therapy techniques 28 years ago. Since opening up her own clinic in July 2016, her reputation has grown quickly, with patients now driving from areas as far as Punta Gorda and Orlando to see her and some even enjoying telehealth from as far as Denver, Seattle, London and UAE. To help more people, Joann works extensively with her team and spends a vast amount of her time continually training them. This ensures that our treatment approach is consistent and that every patient gets the functional outcome that is most important to them, regardless of who treats them. When not at work, Joann spends her time with Joel, her best friend, husband, and fellow PT who now runs the front desk. She has raised 2 amazing daughters and enjoys spending time with her family, learning new ideas (such a nerd), watching funny videos on YouTube, or planning for the next family trip.
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