Multidisciplinary Center for Neck and Back Pain
Spine Center Frisco
Frisco Spine offers a comprehensive multidisciplinary team approach to neck and back pain through a team of neurosurgeons and physiatrists specializing in the treatment of spinal disorders. We are a spine center where conservative management is always emphasized first, yet surgical options are also available.
Frisco Spine is designed with your needs in mind. By offering both advanced, yet minimally invasive techniques and traditional surgical options, we can meet a diverse range of needs. Through conservative non-surgical treatment, we can help patients return to normal activity quickly, with minimal to zero recovery needed. Surgical options allow us, when necessary, to provide solutions to more complex conditions. We advocate non-surgical treatment whenever possible, though, as we feel the most conservative approach is often the best one. By offering treatment on one campus, we make it possible for patients to get the treatment they need without having to deal with multiple referrals, delayed care, confusion, or multiple trips to separate facilities. As neck and back pain can greatly inhibit mobility, it is important to us that we make it as easy as possible for our patients to receive care.
At our Frisco Spine centers - serving Carrollton, Denton, Frisco, Plano, Denison, Mckinney, and Rowlett - we treat a range of conditions. Our primary concern is the treatment of neck and back pain.
If you suffer from neck and back pain and require treatment, we want to help. Our multidisciplinary team is able to treat a wide range of conditions, and we employ various techniques, from minimally invasive spine surgery to the use of artificial discs. Consisting of doctors, specialists, and health care assistants, our staff will guide you through the entire course of your treatment, helping coordinate visits, tracking progress as your treatment moves forward, and ensuring goals are being achieved. Seek the treatment that you deserve - contact our team of professionals at Frisco Spine today.