Comprehensive Spine Center Blog Posts
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,...
When it comes to finding the right pain clinic, what should you keep in mind when making your decision? CSC explores the most essential offerings that define the best pain management clinics.
What are some injuries associated with auto and other motor vehicle accidents? Our specialists discuss common injuries and the surgical and non-surgical treatment options available.
We are available for telemedicine pain consultations across Texas. Learn more about our virtual options and how CSC is dedicated to helping our patients during these unprecedented times.
As common as back pain is, there are also common at-home remedies to help alleviate back pain. CSC Dallas has some tips to help you feel better while you wait to see a specialist.
Although common, back causes and symptoms can widely vary by individual. CSC Dallas can help you understand the most common reasons for back pain.
How is facet joint pain diagnosed and treated? Understand what facet joints are and how they function with CSC Dallas.
CSC wants patients to know they have options when it comes to managing pain and healing their back and spine after sports-related injuries.
What are some of the most common sports-related injuries and what treatment options are available for them? Comprehensive Spine Center discusses the top 3 and how our doctors can help.
To accommodate shelter-in-place orders in our community, CSC is now offering telemedicine services for patients across Texas for orthopedic, spine, and pain management.
At Comprehensive Spine Center, our patient, employee, and guest’s safety is our top priority. Read more about our efforts to ensure COVID-19 (Coronavirus) safety within our Dallas community.
You’ve prepared for your spine surgery, but are you also prepared to manage your pain post-surgery? Our spine specialists have a couple of helpful guidelines to best help you manage after surgery.
What can you do to best prepare for your upcoming spine surgery? Check out our thorough list of tips.
Recent advances in pain management has given patients more recovery options. Explore your options and discuss with your doctor which one is right for you.
You’ve found the right pain specialists and made your first appointment. What now? There’s a right way to ensure your first appointment goes as smoothly and as helpful as possible. Our team has the tips you need to prepared for your pain consultation.
Plasma Rich Protein injections, as well as corticosteroid injections have shown when administered into the joint, it helps patients relieve pain and aid healing. There are many instances when a blind injection is utilized, or an Ultrasound is used to try and confirm...
The rotator cuff is comprised of four muscle-tendon units that stabilize the shoulder ball on its small and relatively flat socket surface. Any or all of these muscle-tendon units can tear, but the most common tear involves the one or two muscle-tendon units that...
At Comprehensive Spine Center, we are using a new state of the art technology called I-PAS to not only diagnose an mTBI, but also treat an mTBI. I-PAS technology allows our specialists to use eye movements and eye reflexes to measure and determine the extent of a brain injury.
An mTBI is an injury to the brain caused by external forces. Common examples that cause an mTBI are motor vehicle accidents (with or without a direct blow to the head), sports related injuries, falls or explosive blasts. Patients may or may not suffer a loss of consciousness for an mTBI to occur.
An individual who has an injury will typically reach for an ice pack and/or heating pad to help alleviate their symptoms. Treating pain with a hot and/or cold element can be extremely effective, however; in many instances it is unclear to know which situation calls...
Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas is Now Performing Plasma Injections for Joint and Tendon Injuries
Platelet activation plays a key role in the body's natural healing process. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injection therapy combines a concentration of the patient's own platelets to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints. In this way,...
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