Dallas Back Pain Relief Doctors
Relief for Back Pain and Treatment for Back Injuries
Back Pain Relief and Remedies with Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas
The cervical spine is designed to handle a great deal of stress, however, there are a number of traumatic injuries and degenerative changes that can occur to the motion segments of the cervical spine that can result in neck pain and arm pain. Our team here at the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas can help you overcome these challenging symptoms by diagnosing the root cause of your pain and offering you robust treatment plans that we believe in to begin alleviating your issues.
Back pain is the body’s natural response to injury or degenerative conditions of the spine. Usually, back pain can be relieved or resolved with time and non-surgical treatment, but it’s also important to know which conditions warrant a call to the doctor. At the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, our back pain doctors and specialists have decades of combined experience which we use to determine the causes of your back pain and set you up with a tailored treatment plan that fits your needs and eventually eliminates your discomfort.
When To See a Back Pain Doctor
If you are experiencing back pain, talk to your doctor about treatment options that can directly address the root causes of your issues and effectively bring you back pain relief. Proper diagnosis by your doctor will ensure the correct treatment plan.
Consult a physician immediately if you:
- Are experiencing back pain as a result of a physical trauma involving your spine, such as a fall or car accident
- Are experiencing numbness in, or having difficulty moving, your extremities
- Experience bladder control loss or impairment
- In instances of acute back pain, do not experience any improvement after 72 hours of self-treatment at home
- Have experienced chronic back pain for more than 6 weeks
Why Choose Us
The Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas hosts an excellent staff of surgeons, specialists, nurses, and administrators that are ready to assess your pain points and devise a customized plan to alleviate your issues. Our personnel bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to their work. Our staff is sure to work hard to address your back-related pain points with a custom treatment.
Highly-Skilled Surgeons and Pain Specialists
Get time with our doctors and nurses to assess your situation and address your problems with effective treatments
In-Depth, Thorough Care
Secure relief for your back pain through surgical and non-surgical treatment options
Innovative Technology and Methods
Let our doctors and specialists provide solutions to your pain points using cutting-edge methods of assessment and treatment
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) 241-1427 ext. 317.
When you experience back pain, it’s your body’s natural reaction to signals transmitted from the pain source, which travel through the nerves in the spinal cord and up to the brain, where they are perceived as pain.
The back is one of our most important anatomic structures, providing support and facilitating mobility and balance for the entire body, as well as protecting the spinal cord. Because of the loads placed on it each and every day, it’s no surprise this well-designed structure, consisting of bones (vertebrae), discs, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves, is particularly susceptible to injury and other conditions that may have you reaching for the heating pad – or your doctor’s phone number.
The lumbar spine is made up of 5 motion segments. Each motion segment consists of 2 vertebral bodies separated by a lumbar disc, and a pair of lumbar facet joints.
The five vertebrae of the lumbar spine (L1-L5), located directly below the thoracic spine (mid-back) and are directly above the sacrum (tail bone), are separated by shock-absorbing intervertebral discs and supported by muscles and ligaments. These discs are very important for the normal mobility and function of your back.
Each disc is made up of two parts:
- The nucleus pulposus – the soft, gel-like center of the disc.
- The annulus fibrosis – the strong, fibrous outer ring that surrounds and supports the nucleus pulposus.
Posteriorly or behind the vertebral bodies and lumbar discs are a set of lumbar facet joints that function as true moveable joints. The facet joints are composed of two cartilage surfaces opposing each other surrounded by a strong ligamentous joint capsule. The facet joints are critical for lumbar motion.
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