One of Spine Team Texas’ goals is to treat our patient’s conditions and pain conservatively. Approximately 90% of Spine Team Texas patients are treated nonsurgically. However, if it is determined that surgery is needed, we use minimally invasive surgery techniques that allow for little to no interruption to your day-to-day lifestyle. One option may be Spinal Cord Stimulation.
You know the old saying, “You are what you eat?” Well, this could not be truer for pain management.
The holiday season is here! Now is the time to attend holiday parties and look your best. As you’re carefully hand-selecting the perfect outfit, be sure to take time to consider your footwear.
The holiday season is fast approaching, which means time off from work and time to celebrate with family and friends!
Are you hosting Thanksgiving at your house this year? Before you spend all day cooking and baking in the kitchen, make sure you keep the following tips in mind to keep back pain at bay.
If you’ve experienced back pain or some other injury in the past, you may have heard of a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) physician also known as a Physiatrist.
Halloween is around the corner, which means scares are in the air! Whether or not you’re in to spooky movies, trick-or-treating, or haunted houses, there’s one thing that everyone fears: back pain.
Degenerative disc disease is one of the more common causes of spine pain and can either occur through a back injury or with age. This condition is very common with a high diagnosis rate and can cause severe pain if left untreated.
Understanding your spine can be an important step in your back and neck pain journey.
Back pain often develops and escalates quickly, usually from simple, daily activities like carrying groceries, moving furniture or performing yard work. Once you experience back or neck pain, you are four times as likely to encounter it again. Follow these five tips to ward off spine pain and keep your back in peak condition.