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Drugs and Parkinson’s

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
July 15, 2019

Effective progress has been made in treating Parkinson’s disease, especially with the development of new drugs, along with a better understanding of how to use older treatment methodologies. Most Parkinson’s patients can find relief from medications, but it’s important to start them early. This early treatment can impact how the disease will unfold over time....  read more


More Information About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
June 15, 2019

Many people suffer through pain, numbness, and tingling in their hand and arm yet don’t do anything about it. They just assume they slept wrong on their arm or are doing something else at that instant causing the issue. They’re often wrong in those assumptions because those same people often have carpal tunnel syndrome. At...  read more


Those Tingling Hands Need Attention

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
May 15, 2019

We all have tingling hands and fingers at times. We may sleep on an arm and awaken to pins and needles as blood returns to the limb. We may bang our funny bone, with tingling sensations that can last for a couple minutes. But if your hands, fingers, or arms have these sensations for an...  read more


Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
April 15, 2019
Carpal tunnel syndrome | Dallas, TX

The carpal tunnel is a narrow, fibrous passage in the wrist that protects the median nerve. This is the nerve responsible for movement and sensation in the hand and thumb, index and middle fingers. When there is a change in tissue position, the tunnel can become congested, leading to tingling and numbness in the fingers...  read more


Parkinson’s Disease 101

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
March 15, 2019
Parkinsons Disease Dallas TX

Parkinson’s is an evil disease that robs a person of one thing after another until basically all they can do is watch TV. For an active person, it’s especially brutal. Although you hear about potential breakthroughs in research on how to stop the disease, the reality is that the scientific research budgets are currently under...  read more


Warning Signs of a Brain Tumor

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
February 15, 2019
Brain Tumor | Dallas TX

A brain tumor is a mass or growth of abnormal cells in the patient’s brain. Some of these are benign; others are malignant. Brain tumors can begin in the brain — primary brain tumors. Or they can metastasize (spread) from elsewhere — secondary brain tumors. When a person hears they have a brain tumor, this...  read more


Neck Pain

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
January 15, 2019
Neck Pain Dallas, TX

At Texas Neurosurgery, we deal with pain originating in the cervical spine, the neck, all the time. It can come from a variety of sources far beyond the obvious ones such as trauma from an injury or accident. We perform surgery to alleviate pain from disc herniation in the neck and from cervical fractures. But...  read more


Information About Parkinson’s

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
December 15, 2018
Parkinson's | Dallas TX

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system disorder that affects a person’s movements. Since we treat Parkinson’s patients with procedures such as deep brain stimulation at Texas Neurosurgery, here’s some general information about this unfortunate disease. What is Parkinson’s? Some people mistakenly assume Parkinson’s is a muscle disease, but it is a nervous system disease....  read more


The Unanticipated Pain of Trigeminal Neuralgia

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
November 15, 2018
Trigeminal Neuralgia Dallas, TX

Your trigeminal nerve is responsible for delivering sensations felt on your face to your brain. When you have trigeminal neuralgia, the nerve reactions go haywire, and even mild stimulation, such as putting rouge on your cheeks, can cause an instant jolt of excruciating pain. We treat this painful condition at Texas Neurosurgery. What happens with...  read more


What is a Lumbar Laminectomy?

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
October 15, 2018
Lumbar Laminectomy Dallas TX

As the spinal cord makes its way through the spine, is can be squeezed or compressed by various vertebrae along the way. This is called spinal stenosis. Stenosis can be due to bone spurs, thinning spinal discs, or simply from the side effects of aging. Stenosis is common in the lower back, the lumbar spine....  read more