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What Is Orthopedic Surgery?

What Is Orthopedic Surgery?

Whether you’ve had an injury or are experiencing sudden or chronic pain, there are a wide variety of treatment options available. From pain medications and physical therapy to pain management and counseling, there are many different ways to treat, and, hopefully,...

What Is Orthopedic Surgery?

What Is Orthopedic Surgery?

Whether you’ve had an injury or are experiencing sudden or chronic pain, there are a wide variety of treatment options available. From pain medications and physical therapy to pain management and counseling, there are many different ways to treat, and, hopefully,...

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What is Osteoporosis?

What is Osteoporosis?

Often referred to as a “silent disease,”—because those who have it often don’t notice it until after they have a problem—Osteoporosis is a disease that afflicts as much as 10 million Americans annually, causing 2 million of them to experience a fracture each year. In...

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Whiplash: Common Questions Answered

Whiplash: Common Questions Answered

Whiplash is a common neck injury that affects more than two million Americans each year. Unfortunately, despite its prevalence, many people don’t know what Whiplash is, how it’s caused, and even how to tell if they have it. In this informative post, follow along as we...

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Is A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Permanent?

Is A Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Permanent?

Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries are one of the most common reasons for a visit to the emergency room, and, in most cases, won’t cause permanent, long-lasting symptoms. Still, while “mild” in nature, they can be extremely unpleasant experiences—resulting in a range of...

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What is a Dallas Orthopedic Specialist?

What is a Dallas Orthopedic Specialist?

Dallas Orthopedic Specialists are medical specialists who are equipped with the necessary training to accurately diagnose and treat conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system. This gives them the capacity to treat a wide variety of common conditions, including...

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Common Signs You Need Back Surgery in Dallas Texas

Common Signs You Need Back Surgery in Dallas Texas

If you’re a resident of Dallas and are experiencing back pain, you may be wondering if you need back surgery. While back strains are common, and can easily be treated with a mix of rehabilitation and rest, more serious strains and injuries do happen. When they do,...

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The Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery In Dallas

The Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgery In Dallas

Minimally invasive surgery, or MIS, is a type of surgery that is inherently less invasive than traditional surgery. This means that the surgeon makes smaller incisions, often with the use of more specialized tools, like robotic arms to perform the surgery. As a...

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Treatment Options for a Herniated Disc in Dallas

Treatment Options for a Herniated Disc in Dallas

Do you have a herniated disc in Dallas? Are you wondering what treatment options there are available? A herniated disc, also known as a “slipped disc,” is a common spinal condition that can cause pain and numbness in the back and legs. Often the result of age-related...

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How To Relieve Neck Pain in Dallas

How To Relieve Neck Pain in Dallas

Are you suffering from neck pain in Dallas? Are you wondering why you have neck pain or are curious to find out how to stop it? The Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas has answers to all your questions and more! Our first-rate Dallas neck pain doctors know all there...

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What is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)?

What is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI)?

An estimated 4.8 million people who visit an emergency room for a head injury each year are diagnosed with what’s called a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, or mTBI—making it both a widespread and increasingly common condition. But just what is a mild traumatic brain...

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What is PRP Therapy?

What is PRP Therapy?

PRP Therapy—also known as “PRP injections”—is a novel treatment option for managing pain that involves uses a patient’s own blood to accelerate healing in a specific area. When administered by a professional, PRP therapy has been shown to treat a wide variety of pain...

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What Is The Best Treatment for Degenerative Disc Disease

What Is The Best Treatment for Degenerative Disc Disease

Very few health conditions are as wide-ranging as degenerative disc disease, a condition that can cause everything from back and neck pain to radiating arm and leg pain. And, while treatment options exist—ranging from non-surgical methods such as physical therapy and...

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Recovering From Back Surgery: What To Expect & How To Recover

Recovering From Back Surgery: What To Expect & How To Recover

Back surgery is no laughing matter. It’s a lengthy ordeal that requires weeks if not months for patients to fully recover. It’s also one that’s met with trepidation—both before and after the procedure—since many patients don’t know what to expect. Moreover, simple...

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Tips for Back Surgery Recovery

Tips for Back Surgery Recovery

Like any other kind of surgery, back surgery requires ample time for recovery after the procedure has been completed. Proper recovery ensures complete healing of the area that has been operated on. With back surgery, there are a few things you can do to allow your...

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How Is Back Pain Diagnosed?

How Is Back Pain Diagnosed?

Approximately 16 million people in the United States experience long-lasting or chronic back pain. There are several reasons people experience back pain, with the most common being muscle strains, herniated disks, arthritis, and osteoporosis. Before you know exactly...

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Common Reasons for Arm Pain

Common Reasons for Arm Pain

As with any kind of pain, arm pain can make day-to-day life difficult, uncomfortable, and in more severe cases, unbearable. The first step to dealing with and treating your arm pain is understanding exactly why you have it. While the practice of “WebMD’ing” yourself...

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Tips To Relieve Sciatica Pain

Tips To Relieve Sciatica Pain

Tips To Relieve Sciatica Pain Sciatica, or sciatic pain refers to pain that is the result of pressure placed on the sciatic nerve, which runs down one or both legs from the lower back. Most often, sciatic pain is caused by a herniated disc or bone spur within the...

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Home Remedies for Arm Pain

Home Remedies for Arm Pain

Arm pain is a rather common problem that individuals have, especially after experiencing some kind of injury, accident, or deterioration. Whether it manifests in the shoulders, muscles, or joints such as elbows and wrists, arm pain can not only make your day-to-day...

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At Home Leg Pain Relief Tips

At Home Leg Pain Relief Tips

At Home Leg Pain Relief Tips  Discomfort or pain in the leg can range from a standard ache or cramp to an intense stabbing or burning sensation. Most often, leg pain is the result of a minor injury, cramping or overuse. There are a few injuries or medical conditions...

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At Home Shoulder Pain Treatments

At Home Shoulder Pain Treatments

Whether you’re an athlete who threw out your shoulder working out, or a grandmother who strained their shoulder grabbing something from the pantry - shoulder pain is a common problem that affects people from all walks of life.  Shoulder pain most often stems from...

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