Dallas Spine Blog
Video Transcription Hi, Dr. Arash Bidgoli here. One of the exciting new things that we have to offer at Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas is diagnostic testing of a mild traumatic brain injury, also known as a concussion. We have a new device called the...
Video Transcription For medical records, again, it’s been shown in studies that remembering your medical records is difficult. To remember the proper medication you are on, remembering that you have had pain in the past, even in the same body part. As a...
Video Transcription When talking with your medical provider, if that's a chiropractor, if that’s a physical therapist, if that’s an orthopedic surgeon like myself, or a pain management doctor, it is important to be clear with the clinician with all of your...
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.
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