A Team Approach to
Back & Neck Pain

Our team-driven process of gathering and integrating knowledge not only differentiates us from competitors, it also yields more comprehensive, customized treatment plans for our patients.

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The Future of Spine Care in Allen, Texas is Taking Shape.

Despite an unexpected rain shower, several dozen attendees were on hand to help celebrate the groundbreaking of Allen Medical Plaza, a new medical office building on the campus of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen. Spine Team Texas will occupy almost 19,000 square feet of the two-story building, located on the southeast corner of Exchange Parkway and Raintree Circle, in Allen. 

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Our Name Says It All

There’s a reason we didn’t name our practice “Spine Doctors Texas.”

At Spine Team Texas, our patients benefit from the combined expertise of fellowship-trained spine surgeons and physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, nurses and X-ray technicians. Many perspectives, one purpose, a true team approach.

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Use this helpful, secure and easy-to-use online resource to identify the causes of pain and receive recommendations for follow-up steps.

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What You Can Expect

Straight Answers. Flexible Solutions.

We understand that the possibility of surgery is one of the biggest fears of most back and neck pain patients. That's why we focus on non-surgical treatments, resorting to minimally-invasive surgery only after all other methods have failed to provide long-term relief. As a result, 90 percent of Spine Team Texas patients are treated without surgery. So, in addition to a conservative, compassionate approach, here’s what you can always expect from us.

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Our comprehensive online library is full of helpful information about the spine and common treatment options, as well as practical tips to help you prevent injuries and alleviate pain.

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