Category Archives: Back Pain

Spinal Stenosis Dallas, TX

Be Smart Before You Hurt Your Back

We see many patients with back pain and damage. While everyone knows the dangers of trying to move your brother-in-law’s refrigerator, we’re not as familiar with other ways we stress our spine and the surrounding muscles. Prevention is always the best medicine, and this can be incredibly true with the back, as minor injuries can […]


Spondylolisthesis

Although it’s hard to understand how this can happen, spondylolisthesis is a condition where one of your vertebrae, most commonly located in the lower spine (lumbar), slides forward over the bone below it. When this happens the spinal column becomes misaligned and the condition should be treated as soon as it is discovered to prevent […]


Understanding Spinal Disc Problems

If you’ve had issues with your spinal discs you understand how excruciating the pain can be. If you haven’t, keep it that way! Since we deal with cervical disc herniations all the time at Texas Neurosurgery, here’s some information behind disc herniations and disk degeneration. What are spinal discs? Spinal discs are rubbery pads located […]


5 Tips for Easing Back Pain

Back pain can affect nearly everyone at some point in their lives. And when it happens, it can interfere with your day-to-day life and take a toll on your overall well-being. Fortunately, if you are suffering from a back pain problem, there are some things you can do to alleviate the pain and get you […]


Heat, Ice and Rest for Back Pain and Injury

Self-treating is a good alternative to surgery when dealing with back pain and injuries; however, it must be done with care in order to avoid more damage done. This non-surgical treatment option is quite effective, as it warms and loosens the tissues and muscles before exercise. Even aside from this treatment, it is always wise […]


How To Know If You Need To See A Doctor For Back Pain

Back pain is not something you should ignore. Even if you’ve experienced it before or you know the cause of it, there could always be something more serious such as a medical condition or injury that could become worse with time and continued movement. If you’re on the fence about making an appointment, learn some […]


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