Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Fort Worth, TX

“Performing the least-invasive, newest technologies of spine care to minimize pain and recovery times”

DFW Center for Spinal Disorders is committed to excellence by pledging to provide the highest quality of spine care possible. Along with the treatment of immediate or chronic problems, we strive to integrate the doctrine of prevention in all our treatment plans as a way to alleviate possible future difficulties.

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About Our Spine Specialist

Dr. Tinley is a Spine Specialist first, and a Spine Surgeon second. He manages spine problems by working with each patient to pinpoint the source of pain and then builds a plan to utilize the latest technology for the most effective outcomes for his patients. Dr. Tinley is dedicated to providing excellence in Spine Care to his patients; using the latest technology, our goal is to achieve the least amount of recovery time to get patients back to living their best life, pain-free. 

Dr. Tinley believes in improving lives through innovative spine care in a compassionate, patient-centered environment. 

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Dr. Tinley has been serving patients in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 2009.  His specialties include minimally invasive spine surgery, lumbar degenerative disc disease, lumbar spondylolisthesis and stenosis, cervical and lumbar disc herniation, and many more.  We also provide treatments for conditions such as back pain, neck pain, bulging disc, compressed nerves, sciatica, scoliosis and degenerative disc disease. 

Dr. Tinley is currently accepting new patients. Please Call (817) 916-4685 to schedule a consultation today!


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