At the Methodist Hospital for Surgery, we know how hard it can be to live with a painful spine problem that affects your day-to-day life. That's why we have a state-of-the-art spine care program that can help you feel better.
Whether you need herniated disc surgery or nonsurgical pain relief, our team is here for you. We never rush our patients into surgery. However, if surgery is the best way to address your spine problem, we offer the latest minimally invasive treatments that can speed recovery and allow you to get back to your life quickly.
When you need a back surgeon
Operating on the spine is a delicate procedure. You want the best and most experienced spine surgery team if you require that kind of treatment.
Our board-certified neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons have the special training and skills to find out what's causing your spine problem and to treat it correctly.
Members of our spine surgery team have an exceptional reputation in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and beyond. They're supported by highly trained anesthesiologists, nurses, patient navigators and other staff to make sure you get the complete care you need.
Our spine surgery program has earned prestigious certification from DNV Healthcare. This shows our services and facilities meet or exceed standards of care in this complex specialty. So, when you are looking for a spine hospital and a spine surgeon in the Dallas area, you can be confident that ours are among the best.
Our comprehensive spine care treatments
We treat conditions in the cervical (neck), thoracic (chest) and lumbar (lower back) areas of the spine. These include conditions that occur as part of the aging process, as well as those that may be accelerated by genetics or injuries.
Herniated discs, degenerative disc diseases and neurological tumors are just some of the conditions we treat.
Getting spine care at our facility doesn't always mean having surgery. In most cases, we first try to address your problem with conservative therapies. Our nonsurgical treatment options include physical therapy, epidural steroid injections, pain management and implanted spinal cord stimulators.
No matter what type of treatment plan we create for you, you'll have access to on-site services to support you from diagnosis through recovery, including quality spine imaging and case management.
Minimally invasive spine procedures, advanced technology
If you and your surgeon agree that surgery is the best way to treat your spine problem, we have many options available. Our spine hospital is equipped with the latest technology, which allows us to offer advanced procedures such as computer-assisted spine surgery.
And in many cases, we can address spine problems through small incisions.
Minimally invasive surgery has the potential to reduce your pain after surgery and shorten your hospital stay and recovery. We perform many surgeries this way, including laminectomies to relieve pressure on the spinal nerves, discectomies to repair a damaged disc, spinal fusions, and surgeries to replace a damaged or diseased spinal disc.
Our surgeons can also perform traditional open surgery, if that is the best way to address your problem. Your surgeon will take into account your medical history, spine condition and other factors to determine if minimally invasive or open surgery is the right treatment for you.
Quality spine care with a personal touch
Our approach to your spine care is patient-centered. That means we put you and your family at the center of everything we do.
Kind, pleasant, caring and knowledgeable are just a few of the ways patients have described our services and staff.
We perform every act of service with extraordinary warmth, empathy and respect. Our goal is to make sure every patient and guest has a personal, memorable and positive experience.
How to make a spine care appointment
To schedule a consultation with our surgeons, ask your doctor for a referral. After we receive a referral from your physician, we will call you to set up an appointment.