At the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, we understand the importance of serving our patients efficiently while treating their issues with proven methods. Our Arlington orthopedic and spine clinic is fully-staffed with surgeons, nurses, and administrative personnel who make it their top priority to assess your pain points, develop treatment plans, and deliver results. If you’re a resident of the Arlington area, don’t let pain and discomfort negatively impact your quality of life. Contact our Arlington pain management team today to start exploring potential solutions.
Our practice offers comprehensive surgical procedures that are designed to address the specific needs of our Arlington patients. We carry out minimally invasive procedures as well as more complex procedures, including lumbar and cervical surgeries.
Our surgeons and staff understand that, at times, non-surgical procedures are more appropriate forms of treatment than in-depth surgeries. Learn about the therapies and procedures we offer, such as injections, epidurals, neurotomies, sedation measures, and others.
Our Arlington clinic has the resources needed to address persistent arm, neck, back, and leg pain you might be experiencing. We understand that a robust approach to pain management can enhance results, so we offer orthopedic care for patients of all ages, lifestyles, and injury backgrounds.
You can download our New Patient Packet and Patient Information Packet to best prepare for your visit with us.
download both forms here.
To expedite your first appointment, please have your Patient Information Packet completed prior to your appointment and send it in by mail, fax, or email. If you’re a new patient, please fill out the New Patient Packet and bring it to your appointment, as well.We’ll send both forms to your email once you’ve made your initial consultation, or you can download both forms here.
Your appointment will include an examination to diagnose your pain and offer the best pain management solution. During this time, you’ll be able to ask any and all questions regarding your pain condition and possible treatment options.
Although optional, you can prepare for your appointment by making a chronological list of your medical history as well as a list of questions to ask one of our pain doctors. You can also bring a pain diary (if you have one) or any photos or videos that show the progression of your symptoms. To learn about how to prepare for your appointment, read our blog How to Come Prepared for Your Pain Consultation.
Orthopedic Specialists are medical specialists who are equipped with the necessary training to accurately diagnose and treat conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system.
This includes treatment for everything from localized pain, such as back pain, to injuries like fractures, broken bones, and muscle tears, and even musculoskeletal disorders such as tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, and arthritis.