Neurological Care for the Back and Neck
Pain in the low back and neck can make going about your daily routine very difficult. Left unresolved, these types of pain can increase with time and lead to more serious health complications. If you suffer from low back or neck pain, we highly recommend you seek proper medical attention before conditions worsen.
Specialists at Texoma Medical Center offer various treatment options for patients suffering from acute back or neck pain. These issues, often caused by wear and tear and prolonged standing or sitting, can greatly impact your quality of life.
Strain on the lower back and neck can be common symptoms and causes of a variety of health issues. These include degenerative disc disease, bone spurs, compression fractures, herniated discs, spinal stenosis and even loss of bladder or bowel control.
Find a Neurologist or Neurosurgeon
To find a neurologist or neurosurgeon at Texoma Medical Center, please call 903-416-DOCS or search for a doctor online.
Low Back Pain
Texoma Medical Center utilizes advanced technology to treat a variety of issues affecting the lower back. These issues include degenerative traumatic injury, degenerative pathology, and deformity. Treatment options include motion-sparing artificial disc replacement and minimally invasive sacroiliac joint fusion.
For neck pain, Texoma Medical Center treats a variety of conditions. These include spinal fracture, spinal cord injury, and degenerative and development anomalies. All neck pain procedures are evidence based and utilize the motion-sparing technology of artificial disc replacement instead of spinal fusion.
We provide inpatient and outpatient therapy after a back or neck procedure to help promote the best possible outcome. Rehabilitation services provided include mobility and stretching exercises. These services are designed to achieve pain relief in the lumbar spine, spinal canal, facet joints and other muscles and ligaments.
Depending on the level of rehabilitation needed, there are several options for physical therapy. Some patients may need intensive therapy that can be found with inpatient care at TMC Reba McEntire® Center for Rehabilitation. Other patients may benefit from outpatient care provided by rehab specialists at TMC Outpatient Therapy Services or TMC Home Health.
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