Types Of Spine & Neck Pain Treatment Options
Types of Treatments
The Spine Physicians Institute treats a full range of spine problems. Our Mayo Fellowship trained board-certified spine surgeon, Dr. Venkat Sethuraman keeps current on the latest advances in spinal care. Our specialties include the Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery and disc replacement procedures.
Dr. Sethuraman and the expert spine team at Spine Physicians Institute are committed to making your treatment as easy as possible. We want to ensure you can get back to living your normal life.
Most of the services you will need are handled on-site at one of our conveniently located facilities in Dallas, Red Oak, Plano or Irving. We have access to the most sophisticated technology to provide you with the best care available. We care for patients within the local geographic area, throughout the state of Texas and from multiple other states. We also serve patients from outside of the United States.
For more questions, contact our offices located in Dallas, Irving, Red Oak, Plano, Southlake, Grapevine, Colleyville and Duncanville marketplaces.
Types Of Treatments
Disc Replacement Procedures
At the Spine Physicians Institute, we have successfully treated many patients with disc replacement procedures. These procedures are aimed at alleviating the painful symptoms that our patients face.
The first step to any treatment plan is to ensure that all non-invasive options have been explored. Many patients find that the best possible option is surgery. This kind of thinking is discouraged by our physicians. We recommend surgery when there is no better option.
Lumbar TDRCervical TDRCervical Disc ArthroplastyLumbar Corpectomy
Other Surgical Procedures
- Dynamic Stabilization
- Interspinous Spacers
- Spinal Deformities
- Lumbar Laminectomy
- Lumbar Microdiscectomy
Spinal Fusion is a surgical procedure which is used to treat spinal conditions relating to the small bones of spine. We, at Spine Physicians Institute, have seen great success in dealing with various spinal conditions using this procedure. The basic premise of spine fusion surgeries is simple enough to understand. Specific areas of the spine are fused together in this procedure. It is done so they may heal together or fuse into a healthy solid state.
Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (PLIF)Lumbar Disc ArthroplastyPost Lateral Lumbar Fusion