DFW Center for Spinal Disorders

Don't Let Back Pain Stop You

Get the treatment to get you back to what you love
spine team at DFW Center for Spinal Conditions
Welcome to DFW Center for Spinal Disorders

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery in Fort Worth, TX

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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Dr. Jason Tinley
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.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Patient Reviews

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Is My Back Pain Spinal Stenosis?

If you have chronic back pain, you more than likely have tried heating pads, cold treatments, and over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications, but nothing really works for long. The back pain comes back just by moving a certain way. Maybe it’s time to find out: is my back pain spinal stenosis?

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Is My Back Pain Serious?

If you experience on and off back pain, you are not alone. Many adults have pain in their back while doing certain chores, moving in awkward positions, or even putting on their shoes. In some cases the pain is not

Am I a Candidate for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery?

Most everyone deals with back pain at some point in their life. If it becomes chronic and is diagnosed as a serious condition, a doctor might recommend surgery to treat the pain. There is a monumental difference between traditional open

Bulging vs Herniated Disc: What’s the Difference?

What is the difference between a bulging disc and herniated disc? Bulging discs are sometimes called “slipped” discs, whereas a herniated disc can be called a “ruptured” disc. Ruptured sounds a bit more serious and, in fact, it causes more