Diagnosis

The Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas has the ability to fix your spinal disorder and cure your pain. We are totally focused on relieving your pain with the most advanced spinal treatments.

  • Sciatica

    Sciatica refers to pain that begins in the hip and buttocks and continues all the way down the leg. What Is Sciatica? True sciatica is a condition that occurs when a herniated lumbar disc compresses one of the contributing roots of the sciatic nerve. This […]

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  • Spondylolysis

    Spondylolysis is a stress fracture that occurs in the posterior of the spine; those with the condition may experience back pain or leg pain, or no symptoms at all. What Is Spondylolysis? Spondylolysis is a defect that can lead to stress fractures in the posterior […]

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  • Strains and Sprains

    STRAINS AND SPRAINS A back that becomes painful after a hard day at work, a sudden movement, or an injury, has often sustained a strain or sprain of the muscles and ligaments of the back. Most of the stress associated with bending, twisting, and lifting […]

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  • Trauma

    Spine injuries can occur during motor vehicle accidents, in rough contact sports, after a fall, or by hitting your head against a hard surface, such as when diving into a pool that is too shallow. These accidents can cause injuries that range from mild cases […]

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  • Tumors

    A spinal tumor is a benign or cancerous growth of cells in the spinal cord or surrounding areas. These tumors can compress the spinal cord or its nerve roots so even a noncancerous growth can be disabling without treatment. What is a Tumor? Cancers and […]

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  • Unruptured Aneurysm

    An aneurysm is a balloon-like bulge or weakening of an arterial wall in the brain. An unruptured aneurysm is typically asymptomatic, unless it grows large enough to press on nearby tissues and nerves, or ruptures. What Is An Unruptured Aneurysm? An aneurysm is a balloon-like […]

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  • Vertebral Compression Fractures

    Back pain is not just another inevitable aspect of growing older. It could be a sign of stress fractures within your spine called vertebral compression fractures. What Is A Vertebral Compression Fracture? Spinal fractures occur when the normal vertebral body is “squashed”, or compressed in […]

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  • Whiplash

    Whiplash is the common term used for a hyperextension injury to the neck. Though the neck is a very flexible structure, it can be injured when the weight of the head exceeds the neck’s ability to control its motion. The injury usually happens when the […]

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