Will robaxin (methocarbamol) help chronic back pain due to spinal fusion?

Robaxin (methocarbamol) is the centrally acting muscle relaxant, relieve acute musculoskeletal pain by reducing muscle contraction and are most effective when used adjunctively to rest and physical medicine. They are often prescribed in combination with other drugs such as NSAIDs, acetaminophen or caffeine.

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I had spinal fusion surgery for spina bifida occulta 6 years ago I have chronic back pain what can I do?

Hmmm? This condition is not an indication for fusion see a pain doc get a diagnosis for your pain generator spina bifida is usually considered a asymptomatic incidental finding not a pain causer look for another diagnosis pain after fusion is called failed back syndrome was it a spondylothesis? Read more...
Talk to surgeon. There are various options for the treatment of chronic back pain, however, you might want to check with your surgeon and get their opinion. Read more...
Chronic pain. Spina bifida occulta usually does not require treatment, so there might have been other reasons you got your fusion. Further treatments for chronic back pain include physical therapy, pain management, pain pumps and/or stimulators, or non-traditional methods, like acupuncture, chiropractory, etc. I would definitely consult with a surgeon. Your fusion might not be solid, or you might have new probs. Read more...