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Neck Pain

Orthopedic Care & Pain Relief for Neck Injuries in Dallas

Relief of Neck & Shoulder Pain with the 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.

When To See a Doctor

If you are experiencing neck pain, shoulder pain, or arm pain, talk to your doctor about treatment options that could bring about pain relief. Identifying the cause of your neck pain ensures that you receive the proper treatment.

Consult a physician immediately if you:

  • Are experiencing neck pain as a result of a physical trauma involving your spine, such as a fall or car accident
  • Are experiencing feelings of neck stiffness or pain within neck muscles
  • Experience bladder control loss or impairment
  • Have severe pain
  • Are experiencing numbness, weakness or difficulty moving your extremities

If you are experiencing neck pain, talk to your doctor about identifying the cause of your neck pain. Proper diagnosis by your doctor will ensure the correct treatment plan.

Why Choose Us

At the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, our exceptional medical staff supplies patients with valuable perspective and efficient procedures to provide them with effective neck pain relief. Our doctors and surgeons are highly experienced in a wide variety of spinal procedures and are willing to go the extra mile to ensure that your neck-related pain points are addressed during your treatment. Our team of nurses and administrators also devote their effort towards making your stay with us productive and comfortable.

We also serve the greater Dallas-Forth Worth community at 5 convenient locations in Arlington, Lancaster, Mesquite, North Dallas, and Fort Worth. Our locations allow us to diagnose and treat your pain points without putting undue pressure on you to travel long distances for appointments.

Experienced Surgeons & Specialists

Meet with skillful doctors and nurses to determine the root cause of your issues and implement remedies

Comprehensive Care

Learn about the surgical and non-surgical treatment options that are most appropriate for the neck pain you’re experiencing

Advanced Technology & Procedures

Allow our specialists to use innovative methods of assessment and surgical systems to solve your problems

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.

Additional Symptom
Information

When you experience neck pain, it is a reaction to signals transmitted from anterior and posterior bony structures through nerves to the brain. The brain perceives these signals as neck pain.

Symptoms of neck injury or degeneration changes to the cervical spine include neck pain, stiff neck, muscle spasms in the neck area or surrounding areas to include the shoulders and upper back, tightness, grinding sensations, arm pain tingling, numbness and muscle weakness in the neck and shoulders.

The cervical spine is made up of seven vertebral motion segments. A motion segment is made up of two anterior cervical bones (vertebral body) separated with a cervical disc and two posteriorly two cervical facet joints.

These bony vertebral bodies and cervical facet joints are supported and constrained by muscles and ligaments. The anterior and posterior bony structures (vertebral bodies and cervical facet joints) house and protect the spinal cord and exiting nerve roots which escape through holes called foramen. All of these structures in the neck are richly supplied with blood vessels and small nerves and can be a source of pain.

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Mesquite Office

18601 LBJ Freeway, Ste. 618
Mesquite, Texas 75150
214-782-9222

North Dallas Office

10 Medical Plaza Parkway Plaza III Ste 206
Dallas, Texas 75234
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Fort Worth Office

1000 9th Avenue, Suite A
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
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Arlington Office

1000 North Davis Street Ste. G
Arlington, Texas 76012
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2700 W Pleasant Run Rd. Ste 210
West Enterance
Lancaster, Texas 75146
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