DFW Center for Spinal Disorders

Don't Let Back Pain Stop You

Get the treatment to get you back to what you love

Spine Specialist in Fort Worth, TX

Welcome to DFW Center for Spinal Disorders

We are 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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Meet Dr. Tinley

Spine Care Specialist

Dr. Tinley specializes in spine surgery, including spinal stenosis, cervical radiculopathy and myelopathy, minimally invasive cervical and lumbar spine surgery, cervical artificial disc replacement, and microdiscectomy.

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What Does It Mean to “Throw Your Back Out”?

It can happen in the most innocuous ways like bending down to tie your shoes. You are suddenly in extreme pain, you can barely stand up straight, and getting into a car is a non-starter. You probably have your own story about throwing your back out, and you remember it well. So exactly what does it mean to “throw your back out”? The Culprit Is Usually a Muscle Sprain In the category of “you know it when you feel it”

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When to Consider an Artificial Disc Replacement

Chronic back pain seems to be an epidemic in the US. We all know someone who suffers from it, or maybe we do. Our spine allows us to move freely and without pain as long as the structures are not

7 Signs You May Have a Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve, or radiculopathy, is caused by a disc or bone in the spine that presses on a nerve root coming out of the spinal cord. This compression can be painful, cause numbness, or weakness in an arm or

What Is the Difference Between Sciatica and Sacroiliitis?

80% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. It may come from work issues, playing sports, or just putting on their shoes. Sciatica and sacroiliitis are common among these. Dull ache vs shooting pain is