Both acute injuries and degenerative conditions like arthritis and spinal stenosis can lead to nerve compression in your spine, accompanied by a significant degree of pain
Brain tumors are sometimes benign and don't cause problems, but they can be malignant, putting your life at risk.
Cervical stenosis is a name for the narrowing of your spinal column that can result from conditions like degenerative disc disease and bone spurs.
Chiari malformation is a condition some babies are born with, or which might develop once they're older. It can cause chronic headaches and other symptoms.
Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) causes increasingly painful and unpleasant symptoms and may lead to permanent tissue damage.
If spinal trauma or a disease like osteoporosis leaves you with vertebral compression fractures, a minimally invasive procedure called kyphoplasty can restore vertebral height and relieve back pain.
Lumbar spinal stenosis (lumbar stenosis) is the number one reason that adults 65 and up have spine surgery today.
Neck pain affects at least 20% of Americans over the age of 20. It grows more common with age, and most older adults have experienced neck pain at least once.
Sciatica affects 40% of American adults at some point in their lives.
If conservative treatments don't help your chronic pain, a spinal cord stimulator could ease your suffering by a remarkable 50-70%.
Spondylolisthesis is a common cause of low back pain that stems from a stress fracture. If you have undiagnosed lower back pain or haven't had success with prior spondylolisthesis treatments, visit us at Texas Neuro Spine.