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Microdiscectomy

Lower back pain can be due to muscle strains. In those cases, rest will usually eventually eliminate the pain and get you back to full function. But other times, the pain is due to a nerve being compressed or otherwise pushed upon as it’s leaving the area of the spinal cord. In these cases, the […]


Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

At DFW Center for Spinal Disorders, we’re using more and more minimally invasive spine surgery for our patients. This method of surgery involves smaller incisions, which reduces the tissue damage beneath the skin, without reducing the quality of the result in any way. What is minimally invasive spine surgery? In minimally invasive surgery, our team […]


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Information about Myelopathy

Myelopathy is the clinical term for spinal cord compression. It is one of the most common causes of cervical or neck pain in people over age 55 in the U.S. The pain associated with myelopathy can lead from problems with the vertebrae and facet joints of your spine, as well as the muscles, ligaments, and […]


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Spinal Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks its healthy cells and tissues. In disorder, the membranes around the joints become inflamed and release enzymes that cause the surrounding cartilage and bone to wear away. It’s estimated that around 2.1 million Americans have rheumatoid arthritis. It occurs in all racial and ethnic groups […]


Dealing with Degenerative Disc Disease

The discs of our spine are finicky. As we age, they tend to bulge and sometimes herniate, causing back pain. This impacts the lives of millions of Americans. In fact, up to 80 percent of the U.S. population over age 55 is thought to have bulging spinal discs to some degree. These changes in the […]


The Pain that is a Pinched Nerve

Your nerves make up a network that extends from your brain and spinal cord. Their messages indicate sensations such as pain so that you cease the behavior or look to address the causes of the pain. When a nerve is compressed, you can think of it as being “pinched, holding” and your body sends out […]


Cervical Radiculopathy

You never want to go around compressing one of your nerves. This goes for cases from carpal tunnel syndrome to stenosis. You may not have heard of another case called cervical radiculopathy, but it can lead to chronic pain that can be quite debilitating. We address the causes of radiculopathy at DFW Center for Spinal […]


Good and Bad Exercises for Back Pain

If you have a spine and you’re standing upright on two feet all day, you’re going to have back pain at some point in your life. That’s about as guaranteed as the sun coming up every day. So, what should you do about it? Rest, of course, is necessary, particularly if the pain is acute. […]


Scoliosis

Many issues with the spine have names that most people have never heard, terms such as spondylolisthesis or stenosis. But just about everyone has heard or scoliosis, probably because the condition is often identified by middle school screening exams. Scoliosis is a lateral (sideways) curvature in the spine. If you’re looking at a healthy spine […]


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Whip that Whiplash with the DFW Team

Sometimes people think a person has suffered whiplash when they actually have not. The easy way to picture the condition is to picture its namesake, the whip. The movement right before a whip snaps is the thing to visualize. That rapid swaying of your neck backward and then forward or vice versa is the movement […]


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