Medical City Brain and Spine Institute - Fort Worth

Damage to any part of your back or pressure on the nerves in your spine can affect your quality of life, but you don't have to live with back pain and debilitating symptoms. The spine doctors at Medical City Fort Worth provide complete care for back pain and spine disorders. No matter what type of discomfort you have, you can find relief.

To learn more about spine care at Medical City Fort Worth, please call (855) 807-5292.

Our approach to spine care is to minimize healing time while allowing you to return to normal activities as soon as possible. To that end, we offer a high level of expertise in treating spinal disorders.

Back & Neck Health Assessment

Spine surgery in Fort Worth, Texas

Only a small percentage of patients need spine surgery. Back pain can often be treated with nonsurgical care. Your spine doctor may recommend anti-inflammatory medicine, ice, heat and/or gentle massage. If these options don't help, back surgery may offer relief.

Your orthopedic team will discuss whether spine surgery is an option. Noninvasive care, such as physical therapy, may also be recommended.

Orthopedic appointments at our hospital

Medical City Fort Worth is at the corner of Cooper Street and West Humbolt Street. We're a few blocks south of Interstate 30 at the intersection with 8th avenue.

Our address is:

900 Eighth Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76104

Free visitor parking is available in front of the hospital. You can have your car valeted for free by pulling up under the overhang at the main entrance.

After parking, proceed inside the hospital's main entrance to check-in. Staff at the information desk can direct you to the department or physician's office for your appointment.

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Spine care at Medical City Healthcare

Spine doctors, who can be orthopedists or neurosurgeons, diagnose and treat problems linked to your spine. They can help with neck and back pain as well as injuries, trauma and diseases related to the spine. You may need to see a spine specialist if you have a herniated disk, nerve damage, sciatica or chronic back pain.

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