Lumbar postlaminectomy pain syndrome

The patient is here for follow-up for visit with chief complaint of chronic low back pain since his low back surgery. He had an anterior and posterior lumbar interbody fusion and posterior fusion mainly to the right side. Last time, Dr. had a discussion about role of the P-Stim procedure. Otherwise, he is stable with the pain medications and getting relief from it. The pain level is 5-6/10 on a visual analog scale. He denies any memory impairment, oversedation, constipation, nausea, itching, or high with medication. He denies any changes in the past medical history, surgical history, or medication history.

DIAGNOSES:
Lumbar radiculitis.
Lumbar postlaminectomy pain syndrome.
Lumbar radiculopathy.
Lumbar degenerative disc disease.

RECOMMENDATIONS:
The patient will continue with Percocet 10/325 mg one tablet every 6h. as needed for pain, #120 tablets dispensed. The patient will follow with Dr. regarding the P-Stim procedure.

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