Can breast reduction be beneficial after back surgery?

Yes. It dose decrease the load on your back and have less pain.
Maybe. Disproportionately large breasts may cause/exacerbate neck, back, shoulder discomfort. Best to check with your back surgeon to see if breast reduction surgery would be helpful in your specific case. Also, learn about the potential risk/complications associated with breast reduction surgery, in order to make an informed decision about the pros/cons of breast reduction surgery. Best wishes.
Of course. Discuss with your back surgeon. He should understand best the condition of your back.

Related Questions

Is it okay to go back to school about 2 weeks after getting breast reduction surgery?

Yes. Yes, but make sure you do not perform any strenuous activities or heavy lifting, as you are still in the healing phase until six weeks after the surgery date. Read more...
It would seem so... About two weeks seems right for recovery from breast reduction in most people. Everyone is a little different, however, but two weeks is probably a good ballpark number. Read more...
Possibly. Every patient experiences a different recovery period after breast reduction surgery. Your plastic surgeon will be your best resource when it comes to returning to specific activities. He/she knows exactly what was done and whether or not you are experiencing any complications. Best wishes. Read more...
Usually... If you are healing well, light activity like attending classes is usually do-able within a week or two. Some cases are larger than others, but younger patients usually recover rapidly when they are healthy. Read more...

I had a breast reduction in 2002 due to major back problems after surgery everything was great but now all the pain is back. Should I get surgery?

NO. Don't jump straight to surgery. Please see your primary care physician to determine the cause of your back pain. Back pain is caused by a number of different reasons and seeing as the original cause of your pain is no longer the current cause there may be a number of other options for treatment. Read more...
Slow down. If the pain is back something else could be going on. Physical therapy would be a good place to start to make sure your core, trunk, and low back muscles are all optimized. Especially after having surgery. If this doesn't work you should have the pain worked up by someone experienced with back pain. Read more...
Get evaluated. The weight reduction you experienced . May not have solved an underlying structural problem. See a back specialist. Read more...

I have severe pain in my back and I am starting to have spasms and often my back goes out I hunch foward also I think I need breast reduction surgery?

Back spasms. Back spasms in some cases, can be kept at bay with a regular regimen of stretching. I know it sounds silly. But when muscles spasm, the act of spasm can cause irritation, swelling, and more spasm. When you stretch, slowly, but holding a stretch for at least 5 minutes, the muscle has a chance to relax, and stop the vicious cycle. It can take 3-4 days of consistent stretching but it will help. Read more...
Sacroiliac . 34 yo female w. seeming chronic low back pain & intermittent exacerbation as "back goes out"; via sacroiliac joint, SIJ, subluxation; vertebral spine does not sublux intermittently. Medical literature regards that 30% of chronic low back pain is due to SIJ disorder, i.e., non-inflammatory, mechanically-caused painful ligaments & ill-rotation of this largest joint in the axial spine, at 17 sq cm. . Read more...

My big boobs hurt my back after prolonged standing. Will need breast reduction surgery in the future?

Pain. Large breasts can cause back, neck and shoulder pain; chest wall pain; headaches; poor posture; shoulder grooving; numbness and tingling of the hands; shortness of breath, sleep disturbances, rashes under and between the breasts, and low exercise tolerance. Nonsurgical treatment is not often very effective, but only you can decide if surgery is right for you. Read more...
May be likely. If a good support bra, attention to good posture, and avoiding other things that cause back pain don't help, and your breasts are excessively large compared to the rest of your body, a breast reduction may be a blessing. Plastic surgeons offer free consultations, to discuss whether you are a candidate for surgery, what you could expect, and help assess whether your insurance will cover it. Luck! Read more...

I live in newcastle, nsw, australia. Is breast reduction for large breasted women with back and neck problems ie. Neck surgery etc, covered by medicare?

US most of the time. Large breasts do give back pains, shoulder pains , gait problem in walking, to these poor woman when all of this is properly documented, and submitted to insurance companies , they approve for the procedure in usa. Do not know in australia. Read more...
Breast reduction. Medicare does cover breast reduction if you meet their criteria. A plastic surgeon can walk you through the process. Read more...
Could be. It seems like you might be a candidate for breast reduction. With proper documentation it might be covered. Unfortunately, with medicare, you won't know if it is covered until after the procedure is done and your doctor bills for it. Read more...