We’ve Got your Back with Just the Right Treatment
Whatever the source of your spinal problem, our physicians will work closely with you to determine the treatment plan that is best for you. We’ll make sure you fully understand the various options available, and the benefits and risks of each.
Spine Care Program
Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington is proud to announce that we have earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for our Spine Care Program. This certification was achieved by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety in disease-specific care. The certification award recognizes Baylor Orthopedic and Spine Hospital at Arlington’s dedication to continuous compliance with The Joint Commission’s state-of-the- art standards. Please click here to find out more about this prestigious recognition.
- Diagnostic and therapeutic spinal injections
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Cervical surgery
- Pediatric and adult scoliosis care
- Artificial disc replacement
- Reconstructive spinal surgery
- Treatment of spinal compression fractures
Low Back Pain
Almost everyone will experience low back pain at some time in their lives, since aging causes degenerative changes in the spine. These changes can start in your 30s — or even younger — and can make you prone to back pain, especially if you overdo it or lift or bend incorrectly.
The pain differs from one person the next. It can vary from mild to severe, intermittent or constant. It can be short-lived or long-lasting, start slowly or hit suddenly.
Specific causes of low back pain include:
- Disk Injury
- Disk tear
- Disk herniation. “slipped” or herniated disc.
- Disk Degeneration
- Degenerative Spondylolisthesis
- Spinal Stenosis
However it happens, low back pain can make it difficult to do many everyday activities. However, in most cases, back pain resolves on its own within a few weeks.
Minimally Invasive Surgical Options
Minimally invasive procedures are performed through one or more dime-sized incisions, with much less trauma to the body. For most patients, this leads to significantly less postoperative pain, a shorter hospital stay, faster recovery and, in some cases, a better overall outcome. Minimally invasive surgery may also allow more people — some of whom might not be candidates for open surgery — to undergo surgical repair.
We offer a variety of minimally invasive techniques for:
- Herniated disc
- Bulging disc
- Degenerative Disc
- Arthritis (spine) and bone spurs
- Facet disease
- Pinched nerve
- Spinal stenosis
- Foraminal stenosis
- Minimally invasive fusion