Comprehensive Pain Management in Dallas, Texas
Comprehensive and interventional pain management services in the Dallas Metroplex.
At Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, we won’t just ease your pain, but help restore your well-being and peace of mind. By utilizing the very best pain management techniques and treatments available, we’re able to minimize pain from multiple causes and lessen the time it takes for our patients to experience relief that lasts.
Learn more about our practice or make an appointment at one of our Dallas pain clinics today!
Combined Years in Practice
Reaching Patients Across Texas
We want patients across Texas to know we are positioned to stay open and all of our clinics remain open.
We have a huge advantage with Telemedicine, and our staff is currently working with a fully digital office to continue providing care to our existing, as well as new patients across Texas. CSC has the leading telemed technology to monitor a treatment plan appropriate for your medical needs. Our providers can set up video and audio communication, easily accessible from your home computer or smart device. From medication delivery to at-home physical therapy including DME available for pickup, CSC can help patients all over Texas with telemedicine.
What We Offer
Patient Focused Treatments
When we say comprehensive, we mean it. Our medical practice offers different solutions for our patients, depending on their pain management needs. That’s why we have a full staff of Dallas pain management doctors, radiologists, and spine care specialists, who can help inform your diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan that’s made to you.
Need surgery in Dallas? We’re happy to staff some of the best orthopedic surgeons in Dallas! All of them have at least a decade of experience performing both minimally invasive surgery and more complex surgical procedures, and can recommend the best treatment for you. Learn more about our surgical treatments on our surgeries page.
Minimally Invasive Procedures
At the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, we recognize that surgery is not always the best, nor the only, solution, for certain types of pain conditions. That’s why we do our best to explore every avenue for non-invasive treatments before we recommend more aggressive procedures. We’re happy to provide non-surgical treatments like injections, epidurals, neurotomies, sedation and other interventions that can help minimize pain and support your healing.
Orthopedic Pain Care
We’re happy to employ a large number of orthopedic specialists, who have experience providing orthopedic treatments for patients of all ages. Whether you need treatments for general pain conditions like stiffness or swelling, localized pain, or a musculoskeletal disorder, we can provide the most accurate diagnosis and comprehensive pain treatment possible.
Comprehensive Treatments for All Types of Pain
As a leading provider of pain management and rehabilitation services, we are here to help you find relief from neck, back, arm, and leg pain.
If you are suffering from neck pain, including tension headaches and migraines resulting from traumatic injuries, workplace injuries, or other conditions, we can help. Your cervical spine is designed to handle stress, but sometimes injuries or degenerative changes in your musculoskeletal system can cause neck pain or strain. Our team can help you understand the causes of your neck pain and develop a treatment plan to help you find relief.
If you are experiencing back pain, you are not alone. Common causes of back pain include injuries, Sciatica, muscle spasms, strains, and other conditions. Pain or discomfort in any of the five vertebrae of the lumbar spine can significantly impact your mobility and daily function. Our team can help you understand the causes of your back pain and develop a treatment plan to help you find relief.
Arm pain or discomfort may be a sign of other underlying conditions or injuries. Traumatic events and degenerative conditions are often related to arm and neck pain. Our team can help you get a proper diagnosis and treatment for your arm pain.
Leg pain can also be caused by lower back or lumbar spine injuries or conditions. Sometimes, leg pain is the result of stress on the lumbar spine, which supports most of your body weight. Everyday strains or sprains such as lifting heavy objects or intense physical activity can lead to lower back and leg pain. Our team can help you find relief from leg pain and improve your mobility.
In addition to providing treatment for these common pain conditions, we are also here to help you recover from injuries of all kinds, including auto-accident injuries, workplace injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. Many of our physicians have experience in sports medicine and can help you recover from sports-related injuries as well. Don’t let pain or injury hold you back. Contact us today to learn more about our comprehensive pain management and rehabilitation services.
The Best Pain Management Doctors in Dallas
The Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas is proud to staff some of the most experienced pain management doctors, spine surgeons, and orthopedic specialists in Dallas, Texas. Learn more about a few of them below!
Dr. Scott Farley, DO
Dr. Farley is an orthopedic spine surgeon, board-certified with the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgeons. Dr. Farley specializes in surgery of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. He completed his internship and residency in orthopedic surgery at Botsford General Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Farley continued his training by completing a fellowship in spinal reconstruction surgery with Dr. Holt and Dr. Majd in Louisville, Kentucky, at Spine Surgery, PSC.
Dr. Arash Bidgoli, DO
Dr. Bidgoli is Board Certified in Pain Management & Rehabilitation, fellowship-trained with the Interventional Spine & Pain Management. He is a member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, a member of the Association of Academic Physiatrists, as well as the American Osteopathic Association.
Dr. George Farley, MD
Dr. George Farley is a radiologist that specializes in intervention radiology and neuroradiology. He graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical School. After graduation, he completed a one-year internship in Los Angeles at the USC Medical Center before returning to the University of Nebraska for his residency. Dr. George earned his status as a Senior Fellow in Neuroradiology Society and has been a longtime member of many radiology societies. He has helped nurture CSC to grow into a premier comprehensive ortho/spine practice.
We Accept Most Major Insurance Carriers
CSC works with a wide range of approved insurance carriers. If you don’t see your insurance plan here or aren’t sure if your specific plan is included, please call us for more information.
If you don’t have insurance, please call (214) 782-9222 ext. 8307.
What forms do I need?
You can download our New Patient Packet and Patient Information Packet to best prepare for your visit with us.
What Do I Need to Bring to My Consultation?
To expedite your first appointment, please have your Patient Information Packet completed prior to your appointment and send it in by mail, fax, or email. If you’re a new patient, please fill out the New Patient Packet and bring it to your appointment, as well.
We’ll send both forms to your email once you’ve made your initial consultation, or you can download both forms here.
What Can I Expect During My Consultation?
Your appointment will include an examination to diagnose your pain and offer the best pain management solution. During this time, you’ll be able to ask any and all questions regarding your pain condition and possible treatment options.
How Can I Prepare For My Pain Consultation at CSC?
Although optional, you can prepare for your appointment by making a chronological list of your medical history as well as a list of questions to ask one of our pain doctors. You can also bring a pain diary (if you have one) or any photos or videos that show the progression of your symptoms. To learn about how to prepare for your appointment, read our blog How to Come Prepared for Your Pain Consultation.
What is an Orthopedic Specialist?
Orthopedic Specialists are medical specialists who are equipped with the necessary training to accurately diagnose and treat conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system.
This includes treatment for everything from localized pain, such as back pain, to injuries like fractures, broken bones, and muscle tears, and even musculoskeletal disorders such as tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, and arthritis.
“Dr. Farley and staff have been extremely helpful and responsive to any questions or concerns I may have. Excellent team and Facility!”
“Experience was exceptional. Dr was very good with explaining and answering questions.”
“Very positive experience. DO’s really care about their patients well-being and recognize when something is terribly wrong. Thank you for truly caring and letting me know it’s not all about the $$$$.”
“I had a great experience here. The staff was friendly and professional. The nurse practitioner that I spoke to was informative and seemed to genuinely care about the problems that I’m having with my back and spine. She took the time to listen to me and carefully explain the results and treatment options. I would recommend them to anyone!”
"Fantastic practice! One of the first times that I was seen at the doctor's office at the exact time of my appointment. Great & very caring staff. It was definitely a very good experience!!"
"The Comprehensive Spine Center has wonderful caring staff. The doctors, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, medical assistants, and the front staff show respect, compassion, and understanding regarding your injury. The staff listens and explains your injury, results, and plan of care. They are amazing!!"
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