Texas Orthopedic Hospital brings together highly-skilled experts in both interventional spine care and spine surgery.
If your condition can be treated without surgery, the interventional spine specialists at the Spinal Diagnostic and Treatment Center at Texas Orthopedic Hospital can provide pain relief through minimally invasive treatments. If surgery is required, the experienced spine surgeons affiliated with Texas Orthopedic Hospital, most of whom are part of the globally recognized Fondren Orthopedic Group, employ the latest surgical techniques to repair your spine surgically. Whenever possible, this includes using robotic-assisted surgery to ensure the best possible outcomes when performing upper-middle back (thoracic) and lower back (lumbar) surgeries. With smaller incisions and more precise movements, this advanced surgical technique can reduce pain, minimal scarring and faster recovery.
Our teams diagnose and treat a wide range of spine and spine-related conditions, including:
- Cervical radiculopathy (pinched nerve)
- Coccydynia (tailbone pain)
- Degenerative disc disease
- Facet Joint Syndrome
- Herniated disc – cervical and lumbar
- Lumbar radiculopathy (sciatica)
- Spinal stenosis
Orthopedic back pain treatments and surgeries
While some general back pain can subside on its own, if the pain does not go away after one to two weeks, you should consider speaking to one of our specialists about general spine care or specialized spine treatment.
Interventional spine services
Interventional spine care is the minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment of painful spine injuries or disorders. This targeted interventional treatment can result in pain relief that lasts for a year or more.
Texas Orthopedic Hospital offers exceptional care by board-certified professionals plus the latest technology, diagnostics rehabilitation and support - all under one roof. Whether you suffer from a chronic condition or you have sustained an acute injury, our spine specialists have the skills and expertise to accurately diagnose and treat your condition.
Texas Orthopedic Hospital is staffed with spine specialists that include interventional anesthesiologists, certified therapists, nursing staff and imaging technicians.
Interventional spine care procedures performed at the Spinal Diagnostic and Treatment Center include:
- Epidural steroid injections
- Facet joint injections
- Radiofrequency neurotomy (also known as radiofrequency ablation or RFA)
- Spinal cord stimulation
- Sympathetic, medial branch and stellate ganglion blocks
Modern-day spine surgeries often provide dramatic and immediate relief from chronic, debilitating back and neck pain. However, determining the source of the pain should be the first step. Statistics show that locating the source of the pain prior to surgery dramatically increases the success of the surgery. The spine surgeons affiliated with Texas Orthopedic Hospital are experts in the various techniques used to isolate the source of pain before surgery.
Some of the more common spine-related surgical procedures performed at Texas Orthopedic Hospital include:
- Dynamic stabilization
- Spinal disc replacement
- Spinal fusion
Spine care specialists
Whether you are experiencing debilitating back or neck pain or are seeking a surgical consultation, you can trust the experience and expertise of the spine specialists at Texas Orthopedic Hospital, named a Five-Star Recipient for Spinal Fusion Surgery by Healthgrades.
Awards and recognition
- Top 5% in the Nation as measured by Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS)
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
- Hospital Compare program five-star rating in both quality and service (2020-2022)
- Best Specialty
- America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Joint Replacement™ (2023, 2022, 2021)
- America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery in 2022
- Patient Safety
- Patient Safety Excellence Award™ for 10 years in a row (2013-2022)
- Top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety for 9 years in a row (2013-2021)
- Top 10% in the Nation for Patient Safety for 9 years in a row (2013-2021)
Becker's Hospital Review
- 100 Hospitals with Great Orthopedic Programs