Faq's


  • Does nonoperative mean that you just use medicine to treat pain?

    No. There are several different techniques and technologies that are used to treat neck, spine and joint pain without surgery. We use several different methods to treat our patients depending on their specific case. Only through a complete diagnosis and an understanding of all available procedures do we help our patients choose the best options for them.

  • What is Sciatica and how do you treat it?

    Sciatica is a symptom of irritation to the sciatic nerve that causes pain in the lower back that often causes numbness, tingling, and weakness all the way down into the legs. The first step in any treatment is a proper diagnosis. There are several common causes of sciatica and the understanding of the cause is needed to plan the best treatment option. Texas Spine Care is committed to giving you all the facts about your specific case to help you choose the best treatment options.

  • Is there anything I can do for a herniated disc other than bed rest?

    Disc herniation, sometimes referred to as a ruptured disc or a slipped disc is a common cause of back and neck pain. Patients suffering from a herniated disc often have sharp pain, numbness and pains in the arms or legs.

    Texas Spine Care does not believe there is a one-size-fits-all approach to any diagnosis. We will work with you to find a treatment plan that will best fit your needs giving you the best results in the shortest possible time. We use several procedures to treat disc herniation and make sure that your treatment plan is tailored specifically to you.

  • Do you work with my Insurance plan?

    Texas Spine Care works with several insurance plans and carriers to make sure that everyone gets the best care possible without being a financial burden. Call our office today to find out how we can work with your insurance to get the best treatment possible.

  • What is the difference between Neurology and Orthopedics?

    Both Neurosurgeons and Orthopedic Surgeons specialize in the treatment of the spine. Neurosurgeons focus on the brain, spinal cord and nerves while Orthopedic Surgeons specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all bone and joint disorders including the spine, neck, arm and leg joints.

    Orthopedic Surgeons have training to understand and treat several disorders including:

    Arthritis
    Sports Injuries
    Chronic Back Pain
    Chronic Neck Pain
    Chronic Joint Pain
    Bone Trauma
    Joint Replacement
    Hip Pain
    Spinal Deformities
    Intradural Surgery

    At Texas Spine Care, we focus on diagnosing and treating all spine and joint problems utilizing the latest technologies and procedures. We focus on nonoperative care and only use surgery as a last resort. Contact our office today to find out how we can help you choose the best treatment plan for your needs.