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Pain 101

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
March 15, 2018

When you cut yourself on a kitchen knife or when you’re lifting something and suddenly feel a sharp pain, what’s going on? Since we deal with pain all the time at Texas Neurosurgery, here’s a little basic primer on how this aspect of human behavior works. How you feel pain OK, so you’re cutting a...  read more

Addressing Parkinson’s with Deep Brain Stimulation

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
February 15, 2018
Parkinson's Disease Dallas TX

Parkinson’s is a debilitating disease, robbing a patient of one activity after another and dramatically decreasing the quality of life as it does so. Some patients respond well to medication to alleviate many of their Parkinson’s symptoms, but for others medication doesn’t have much effect. In those cases, at Texas Neurosurgery we offer deep brain...  read more

What is Ulnar Nerve Entrapment?

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
January 15, 2018
Ulnar Nerve Release Dallas TX

Sometimes when we develop numbness or tingling in our hands and fingers, we simply dismiss it — we must have slept wrong and pinched a nerve. But these symptoms could be telling you that the ulnar nerve is becoming constricted as it passes through the elbow. This is cubital tunnel syndrome. At Texas Neurosurgery, we...  read more

Stereotactic Radiosurgery

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
December 15, 2017
Stereotactic Radiosurgery Dallas, TX

Within the last decade, stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) has come a long way. This external-beam radiation therapy can precisely target small areas within the body. It was initially developed for the brain but is now used to shrink or slow the growth of tumors in other parts of the body, as well. We use stereotactic radiosurgery...  read more

The Misalignment that is Lumbar Spondylolisthesis

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
November 15, 2017
Lumbar Spondylolisthesis Dallas TX

Spondylolisthesis is a long word that can be even longer on delivering pain. Spondylolisthesis is a displacement of the anterior vertebrae. This occurs most commonly in the lower spine, the lumbar spine. Also known colloquially as a slipped disc, the displaced vertebra misaligns part of the spinal column and needs immediate treatment to prevent serious...  read more

Opening the Carpal Tunnel

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
October 15, 2017
carpal tunnel syndrome Dallas, TX

When you see our name, Texas Neurosurgery, you may think we are concerned primarily with the brain, but we deal with neurology, which is the branch of medicine that deals with the function of the nerves and nervous system. In line is our treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. In this outpatient procedure, we relieve pressure...  read more

Treating Parkinson’s from Inside the Brain

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
September 15, 2017
Parkinson's disease Dallas, Texas

Parkinson’s disease is a slowly progressive neurologic condition where the patient has involuntary trembling/tremors, muscular stiffness or inflexibility, and difficulty carrying out movements due to muscle rigidity. The disease usually begins in people between the ages of 50 and 65, striking around one percent of the population in that age group. Medication has gotten better...  read more

Brain Aneurysms

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
August 15, 2017
aneurysm Dallas, TX

A brain aneurysm has a lot in common with a ticking time bomb, except the person has no idea when the clock is set to go off, or even if it is set to go off at all. Most patients don’t even realize they have a brain aneurysm. While some people with show symptoms such...  read more

Removing Spinal Cord Tumors

By admin
July 15, 2017
Spinal Cord Tumors Dallas, TX

The spinal cord can develop tumors, just like the rest of your body. And, while just the sound of such a thing sounds scary, we can remove them at Texas Neurosurgery and remove the pain you’ve been feeling with them. Spinal cord tumors Spinal cord tumors are similar to any other type of tumor. It’s...  read more

Helping Guide Your Brain Surgery While It Is Happening

By admin
June 15, 2017
Craniotomy Texas

The thought of being awake while a surgeon is operating on your brain strikes some people as akin to medieval torture. But the reality is quite the opposite. Because the brain doesn’t have any nerves/pain receptors, the patient feels nothing. But in certain brain surgeries, patient involvement is very helpful in locating areas such as...  read more


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