Failed back syndrome (FBS) is a condition which is mainly characterized by chronic pain post a back surgery. Studies have shown that isokinetic exercises and dynamic lumbar stabilization exercises for failed back syndrome are the best options.1 These are special and effective techniques and exercises for failed back syndrome that help to strengthen your back and core. As the condition of every person differs, it is important to work as advised by the physiotherapist and follow the instructions.
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