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Dallas Pain Treatment

Medical Alternatives for Pain Relief

Dallas Pain Treatment

Dallas Pain Treatment

At Dallas Spine Care, we pride ourselves in helping patients for whom previous treatments have not worked. Dr. Robert Henderson is a spine surgeon who specializes in helping patients with histories of failed or ineffective surgeries on their backs. He has been in practice for over 20 years and, it is a safe bet that you couldn’t find a better champion. He follows his patients for a minimum of three years after any significant surgery to oversee their complete healing process. At the Dallas Spine Care office, we work with our patients to resolve a number of back conditions and provide Dallas pain treatment to address many ailments. Our office specializes in medical alternatives for pain relief and effective treatments for many conditions. These include severe back and leg pain, conditions that have received prior treatment without improvement, sacroiliac joint syndrome, herniated discs, patients who have not received a definitive diagnosis, lumbar trauma, degenerative disc disease, and compression fractures.

Physical therapy provides excellent Dallas pain treatment and is extremely beneficial to help you recover after a spinal injury or rehabilitate after spinal surgery. It is a short term treatment, generally lasting 4-6 weeks. Our physical therapist provides modalities that help decrease muscle and ligament pain. Here at Dallas Spine Care, we start you slowly and eventually work you into active long-term physical therapy plan, such as joining a health club. Part of our spine care emphasizes strengthening your upper back to indirectly support the lower back. We advise you to make exercise a habit, an integral part of your daily routine. Exercise is important for your spine as well as your general health. Strength and flexibility are necessary for a healthy neck and back. We suggest that you exercise at least three times per week and make it fun so you are encouraged to continue with the program. A healthy neck and back exercise program consists of 2 parts: cardiovascular conditioning and moderate weight training. Our expert staff will work with you to develop an exercise regime you will enjoy to do on your own.

At Dallas Spine Care, we offer a wide range of Dallas pain treatment options. Often, injections are performed around the small joints in the spine, nerve root, and the spinal canal itself. The amount of relief depends on what type of spinal condition is present. The injections consist of a combination of steroids, short and long-term anesthetics, and are utilized in an attempt to decrease pain in the hope of trying to avoid an operation. We provide specialists trained specifically to help patient deal with chronic pain. They provide a comprehensive treatment plan including the prescribing of medications, injections, psychological evaluations and occasional implantation of spinal cord stimulation. Other medical alternatives include holistic medicine practices such as acupuncture, reflexology, chiropractic adjustment, bio-magnets, and yoga which may give some temporary relief.

Dallas Spine Care
9080 Harry Hines Blvd, St 210
Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 613-1878

75235 Physical Therapist

Physical therapy services in 75235

75235 physical therapist

75235 physical therapist

At Dallas Spine Care, we pride ourselves in helping patients for whom previous treatments have not worked. Dr. Robert Henderson is a spine surgeon who specializes in helping patients with histories of failed or ineffective surgeries on their backs. He has been in practice for over 20 years and, it is a safe bet that you couldn’t find a better champion. He follows his patients for a minimum of three years after any significant surgery to oversee their complete healing process. At the Dallas Spine Care office, we work with our patients to resolve a number of back conditions and provide a 75235 physical therapist to treat many ailments. Our office specializes in effective treatments for severe back and leg pain, conditions that have received prior treatment without improvement, sacroiliac joint syndrome, herniated discs, patients who have not received a definitive diagnosis, lumbar trauma, degenerative disc disease, and compression fractures.

Physical therapy is an excellent way to recover after a spinal injury or rehabilitate after spinal surgery. It is a short term treatment, generally lasting 4-6 weeks. Our 75235 physical therapist provides modalities that help decrease muscle and ligament pain. Here at Dallas Spine Care, we start you slowly and eventually work you into active long-term physical therapy plan, such as joining a health club. Part of our spine care emphasizes strengthening your upper back to indirectly support the lower back. We advise you to make exercise a habit, an integral part of your daily routine. Exercise is important for your spine as well as your general health. Strength and flexibility are necessary for a healthy neck and back. We suggest that you exercise at least three times per week and make it fun so you are encouraged to continue with the program. A healthy neck and back exercise program consists of 2 parts: cardiovascular conditioning and moderate weight training. Our expert staff will work with you to develop an exercise regime you will enjoy to do on your own.

Part of our 75235 physical therapist spine care program includes prevention or changes you can easily make to reduce the chances of another spinal injury. We encourage you to take control of your spinal condition by adapting appropriate eating habits, exercising and using proper body mechanics to strengthen your spine. The very best treatment for spinal pain is prevention, not pills, shots or surgery. We recognize that your body is getting older every day, and it is important to avoid activities that aggravate existing conditions. Being overweight contributes to low back pain and aggravates most spinal conditions, so we urge you to lose weight. It is important to remember to rest a few days after an injury. However, doing nothing may actually increase the pain because muscles and ligaments will become unconditioned. Brisk walking one or two miles per day is a low impact manner in which to achieve cardiovascular and strength training. For those of you who smoke, this is another good reason to stop the habit. Typically, smokers have a less predictable surgery outcome because smoking increases healing time and post-operative infection rates. For more tips, give us a call today.

9080 Harry Hines Blvd, St 210
Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 613-1878

Dallas Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Services in Dallas

Dallas Physical Therapy

Dallas Physical Therapy

Our reputation for helping patients for whom previous treatments have not worked is well known and unparalleled. At Dallas Spine Care, Dr. Robert Henderson is a certified spine surgeon who specializes in helping patients with histories of failed or ineffective surgeries to correct debilitating back pain. He has been in practice for over 20 years and offers both non-invasive, such as Dallas physical therapy, and minimally invasive strategies to address his patients’ needs. He follows his patients for a minimum of three years after any significant surgery to oversee their complete healing process. At the Dallas Spine Care office, we work with our patients to resolve a number of back conditions such as herniated discs, severe back and leg pain, and conditions that have received prior treatment without improvement or resolution.

For either prevention or rehabilitation, short term Dallas physical therapy may be prescribed. For a period of four to six weeks, physical therapy helps decrease muscle and ligament pain. With care, the exercises you are given should progress into your own long term activity. For total back and spine care, you must strengthen the upper back to indirectly support the lower back. Exercise is important for your spine as well as your general health.  Strength and flexibility are necessary for a healthy neck and back. We recommend exercising at least three times per week. A healthy neck and back exercise program consists of two parts: cardiovascular and weight lifting.
The Dallas physical therapy cardiovascular component will get your heart pumping, the blood flowing, and have you sweating over a sustained period of time. Cardiovascular benefits can be achieved after 20-30 minutes, 3 or 4 times per week. At the Dallas Spine Care office, we offer treadmills and other cardio equipment to get you strong. Other cardiovascular equipment, such as pools, bicycles, and stair masters, provide excellent results. If you don’t have any equipment at home, you can still derive benefits from jumping rope, running, kickboxing, jumping jacks, and squat jumps to name a few exercises. To strengthen your muscles, weight lifting with light weights is suggested. 3 sets of 12 repetitions are recommended. Avoid use of heavy weights and do not strain yourself when lifting weights. Whether you are rehabilitating after an injury or want to maintain strength and tone, our physical therapy program will work for you.

Dallas Spine Care
9080 Harry Hines Blvd, St 210
Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 613-1878