Orthopedic and spine center in North Texas

The team at Medical City Lewisville's Human Motion Institute specializes in spine care. No matter your diagnosis, you'll receive the joint care needed to help you return to your favorite activities.

Find a spine doctor or call us at (469) 370-2000.

Medical professionals at our hospital specialize in treating back and neck conditions. This includes spine care for minor back pain, traumatic injuries and complex illnesses. We also treat scoliosis, spina bifida and other serious spine conditions.

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Scoliosis treatment

The spine specialists at our hospital provide complete scoliosis care. Our scoliosis services include:

  • Diagnosis
  • Curvature progression tracking
  • Bracing
  • Surgery

Using minimally invasive options, each patient receives individualized care. Treatment options are based on the severity of the curve and factors such as your age. Your doctor may recommend bracing and physical therapy for curvatures under 25 degrees. Surgery may be needed to fix curvatures between 40 and 50 degrees.

Scoliosis surgery

Scoliosis surgery is typically recommended for only the most severe cases. If you need surgery, a dedicated brain and spine team will use the latest techniques and tools to deliver the best possible outcomes.

Spine care appointments at our hospital

We're located west of Interstate 35 East Express at the corner of West Main Street and Ray Dunning Boulevard. Our address is:

500 West Main Street
Lewisville, TX 75057

Free parking is available in the lot at the front of our hospital across from the main entrance. Park and proceed through the main entrance.

You'll see our welcome desk in the first floor lobby. Stop by for help finding the physician or department for your appointment. If you're arriving for spine surgery, you'll go to the unit on the fourth floor of our hospital.

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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