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Back Pain

If you’re experiencing back pain that’s severe or won’t go away, we deliver outstanding care and treatment for back pain, including minimally invasive spine surgery.

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Brain Tumor

Brain tumors are sometimes benign and don’t cause problems, but they can be malignant, putting your life at risk.

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Cervical Stenosis

Cervical stenosis is a name for the narrowing of your spinal column that can result from conditions like degenerative disc disease and bone spurs.

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Chiari

Chiari malformation is a condition some babies are born with, or which might develop once they’re older. It can cause chronic headaches and other symptoms.

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CRPS

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) causes increasingly painful and unpleasant symptoms and may lead to permanent tissue damage.

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Kyphoplasty

If spinal trauma or a disease like osteoporosis leaves you with vertebral compression fractures, a minimally invasive procedure called kyphoplasty can restore vertebral height and relieve back pain.

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Lumbar Stenosis

Lumbar spinal stenosis (lumbar stenosis) is the number one reason that adults 65 and up have spine surgery today.

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Neck & Arm Pain

Neck pain affects at least 20% of Americans over the age of 20. It grows more common with age, and most older adults have experienced neck pain at least once.

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Sciatica & Leg Pain

Sciatica affects 40% of American adults at some point in their lives.

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Shunts

Shunts reroute excess cerebrospinal fluid in your brain or spine to relieve pressure and ease neurological problems caused by hydrocephalus.

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Spinal Cord Stimulator

If conservative treatments don’t help your chronic pain, a spinal cord stimulator could ease your suffering by a remarkable 50-70%.

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Spondylolisthesis

Spondylolisthesis is a common cause of low back pain that stems from a stress fracture. If you have undiagnosed lower back pain or haven’t had success with prior spondylolisthesis treatments, visit us at Texas Neuro Spine.

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