Texas Spine Clinic offers a variety of non-surgical and non-invasive pain management services designed to treat a wide range of symptoms and injuries.
We aim to provide comprehensive, specialized treatment to our patients in a friendly and professional environment. All patients are different, so we know there is no “one size fits all” treatment approach that works for everyone. We’ll work with you to find a plan that works. Whether you are suffering from a minor sports injury or chronic, longer lasting pain, we can get you on your journey back to health. By combining cutting-edge technology and our many years of experience, we can provide innovative solutions to help you move toward a full recovery. Learn more information about each of our services below:

Our Services

DRX 9000 Spinal Decompression

Texas Spine Clinic’s spinal decompression process is gentle, non-surgical, anesthesia-free treatment that utilizes the state of the art DRX 9000 machine to decompress and relax the spine, helping to lessen pain and promote healing. This method provides a solution for patients suffering from herniated or bulging discs, low back pain, sciatic, and spinal stenosis.

Laser Therapy

Our clinic utilizes the LiteCure LCT-1000, an innovative laser therapy system designed to alleviate pain and facilitate healing by using a process called “biosimulation.” Treatments are non-surgical and non-contact, meaning our doctors can provide the treatment without the strains that cold laser or low level laser systems may have. Laser therapy is commonly used to treat neck pain, back pain, joint pain, and wrist, hand, and ankle injuries.

Graston Technique

Following an injury, scar tissue can limit your range of motion or even make daily activities painful or difficult. These problems are caused by the way the scar tissue forms haphazardly, unlike normal, healthy tissue fibers which organize in specific patterns. This tough tissue area is what causes you pain. The Graston Technique is a patented method of breaking down scar tissue to restore flexibility and reduce pain caused by hip or low back pain, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and more.

Chiropractic

Chiropractors are doctors who specialize in the evaluation and treatment of disorders primarily involving the nerves, muscles, bones and joints. They perform detailed histories, physical examination including orthopedic, neurological, and laboratory tests, as well as diagnostic imaging to formulate a successful plan of action to effectively treat your condition.

Texas Spine Clinic also specializes in treating symptoms and conditions in the following areas:

Pain

Lower Back Pain

Up to 80% of adult Americans suffer from lower back pain. Some back pain is the result of injury, while some pains stem from the tendency of adults to work in a seated position for long periods of time. Whatever the cause, Texas Spine Clinic treats lower back pain using non-invasive and non-surgical methods to preserve the overall health of your body.

Headaches

From Migraine headaches to nerve-related head pain, we treat it all. The severity and symptoms of headaches can vary widely, and it can be difficult to determine the exact source of your pain without assistance. Chronic headaches should be treated with careful attention to improve your quality of life.

Neck Pain

Neck pain can be caused by something as simple as sleeping in unusual positions, or can be the result of car accidents or other serious injuries to the spine. Since the neck is one of the most flexible and most used sections of the spine, working to reduce any and all pain that area is crucial. Sometimes, chiropractic care is called for to adjust the vertebra back into proper positioning.

Chronic Diseases

Sciatica

Sciatica is the result of a large nerve in your spine becoming pinched or constricted. Sciatic pain is characterized by sharp or shooting pains throughout the lower spine, buttocks, and legs. Ultimately, sciatica is the result of a misalignment in the spine, or herniated disc. Non-invasive spinal adjustments can have a great effect on minimizing sciatic pain.

Facet Syndrome

Facet joint syndrome facilitate a lot of dynamic motion in the spine. When these joints begin to degenerate, they can limit motion, cause pain, and contribute to additional nerve restriction within the spine. Facet syndrome is complicated and difficult to diagnose, but our spinal experts are highly experienced in determining the true cause of back pain.

Scoliosis

Typically, Scoliosis occurs in children, and is not necessarily a cause for concern. However, when the curvature of the spine reaches 25 degrees or so, it becomes necessary to reinforce the child’s spine with some manner of bracing.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Spinal vertebra are kept together by soft tissue in the spinal column called discs. Over time, as your spine flexes, compresses, and shifts, these discs can start to decay. Vertebra grinding directly against each other can cause severe pain in the lower back and throughout the body. Chiropractic adjustments and careful physical therapy can help to realign the spine and prevent further damage.

Other chronic conditions we can treat include:

Injuries

Sports Related Injuries

If you’re used to playing hard on the court or the field, you are potentially at risk for sports injuries. Sports are typically hard on joints like the knees, elbows, shoulders, and other tendons and ligaments. Injuries to the MCL, ACL, sprains, strains, and overused muscles are easily treatable by non-invasive techniques like chiropractic or other related therapies.

Car Accident Injuries

Chiropractic care is often highly recommended for victims of car accident injuries. Neck pain, back pain, or injuries related to collisions can cause additional difficulty if left untreated. All of these conditions are easily treatable by our spine health experts.

Other injuries we can treat include:

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