At the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, we take advantage of proven techniques, paired with cutting-edge technology to serve our patients efficiently. Our Fort Worth orthopedic and spine clinic houses a full staff of administrative personnel, surgeons, and nurses who put you as their top priority. They will assess your pain points, and develop a treatment plan to provide you with the results that you need. If you live in the Fort Worth area, consider getting started on a treatment plan and get back to living a pain-free life. Our Fort Worth pain management professionals are ready to start developing your treatment plan today.
Our comprehensive surgical procedures are designed to specifically treat the issues of our Fort Worth pain patients. At the Comprehensive Spine Center of Dallas, we perform both minimally invasive procedures, and well as complex surgeries, such as lumbar or cervical surgeries.
Our pain treatment professionals understand that in some cases, a non-surgical procedure may be a better treatment for your specific injury or pain points. From injections, laser therapy and sedation measures to epidurals and neurotomies, we offer a wide range of non-surgical procedures to meet your needs.
If you’re experiencing long lasting neck, back, arm, or leg pain, our Fort Worth pain clinic can get you on the road to a pain-free life. We develop treatment plans that work 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.