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Back pain is one of the most common health problems, ranging from dull, constant ache to sudden sharp pain, or persistent stiffness. When conservative treatments don’t help, the expert team at Medical City Healthcare can offer comprehensive array of treatment options, including minimally invasive procedures, that can offer the relief you need.
- Faster recovery time
- Reduced pain
- Less scarring
The experts at Medical City Healthcare provide high quality, coordinated care every step of the way.
Your spine is an intricate network of bones, ligaments, tendons, discs, nerves and veins. Such a complex system is prone to problems. In fact, eight out of ten people will experience a life-altering episode of back pain sometime in their lives. If you suffer from debilitating back pain, don’t let it rule your life any longer. Medical City Healthcare’s skilled orthopedic specialists have your back — and all the other parts of your spine.
Your neck (also called the cervical spine) extends from your upper torso to the base of your skull and supports the full weight of your head — about 10 to 12 pounds. Because it’s less protected than the rest of the spine, your neck is very vulnerable to injuries that cause pain and restrict motion. If you have neck pain that is severe, continuous and persistent, accompanied by pain that radiates down your arms and legs or by headaches, numbness, tingling or weakness, Medical City Healthcare’s orthopedic specialists can offer expert diagnosis and treatment.Learn more about cervical disc surgery
Trust Medical City Healthcare orthopedic and neurosurgical specialists to deliver the quality, personalized, patient-centered care you deserve.
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