Spine institute in North Texas

The spine doctors, nurses and caregivers at Medical City Frisco are committed to their patients. We offer individualized care designed to achieve the best results possible. Our expansive, light-filled private rooms, therapeutic beds, nutritious, gourmet meals and soothing, healing environment all contribute to restoring your health and returning you to your life before pain.

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At our hospital, you can receive spine care for any condition or injury affecting your back or neck. Following a diagnosis, we'll explore the best way forward using non-invasive and/or surgical methods.

If you need surgery, your team of orthopedic spine surgeons will provide exceptional care. We offer the latest treatment options for spinal disorders, degenerative diseases and tumors.

Innovative image guidance for precise spinal surgery

Spine doctors at our hospital use advanced image guidance software to target surgical sites. Surgeons also use robot-assisted technologies to accurately guide instruments and place implants. With these technologies, your spinal surgery will be less invasive, enabling you to recover more quickly.

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Spine appointments at our hospital

Our hospital is east of the Dallas North Tollway at the intersection of Frisco Square Boulevard and Dallas Parkway. Our address is:

5500 Frisco Square Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034

We have free parking and free valet service. If you're arriving for spine care or any other orthopedic service, park and proceed to our hospital's main entrance. You'll see our information desk when you step inside. Stop by for help checking in. A member of our orthopedic staff will meet you in the main lobby and escort you to the department for your appointment.

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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