Spondylolisthesis Surgery: Our Approach

Spondylolisthesis Surgery Spondylolisthesis surgery can be a complicated matter and requires some of the best expertise out there in terms of spinal surgeons who can complete the surgery successfully. The delicate nature of the spinal cord makes Spondylolisthesis surgery that much more important and attention to detail, patient care and compassion, and an overall sense … Continued

Spinal Tumors: Our Approach to Treatment

Spinal Tumors: How We Provide Treatment Spinal tumors can be a very scary condition. Whether the spinal tumors are benign or malignant, there’s still the potential for side effects to occur. With benign tumors, you may run the risk of the tumor itself causing pressure to build up over time within a nerve or disc, … Continued

Analyzing Your Scoliosis X-Ray: Our Approach

Analyzing Your Scoliosis X-Ray: What We Look For Here at Neurosurgery & Spine Consultants, we analyze many cases of scoliosis and provide excellent treatment options for your condition. We take a very detailed look at all aspects of your back and spine area to determine the next best steps when you’re seeking analysis and treatment … Continued

Texas Spinal Care: Our Guide

Texas Spinal Care: How Neurosurgery & Spine Consultants Stands Out Spinal care is a very serious path to take as a medical professional which requires years and years of dedicated, highly involved work to master over time. Thankfully, our Texas spinal care center, Neurosurgery & Spine Consultants of San Antonio, Texas is here to help … Continued

Scoliosis Brace Guide: How We Can Help

Scoliosis Brace: Our Guide Many of those who tend to suffer from ongoing scoliosis issues seek out ways to treat their condition without having to undergo surgery. This is a wise step to take first and foremost as surgery should be the last option in most cases. We at Neurosurgery and Spine Consultants value our … Continued

Is There a Cure for Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is an abnormal curve in the spine that may or may not cause discomfort. It typically occurs between ages 10 and 15 during growth spurts. Boys and girls are equally diagnosed with minor idiopathic scoliosis, but spinal curves in girls are 10 times more likely to worsen and require treatment. While there is no … Continued

Can Physical Therapy Help Spine Pain?

When you’re struggling with acute or chronic spine pain, it can be tempting to stay in one place all day—however that’s only a prescription for more pain. The best thing to do is get up and get moving despite how unappealing it may sound. In fact, regular exercise and physical therapy is one of the … Continued

How to Cope With Chronic Pain

More than 50 million people in the United States suffer with chronic pain. It is medically defined as pain lasting more than 12 weeks that affects how a person lives their daily life. Inflammation or dysfunctional nerves are often the source of chronic, long-lasting physical pain. It can also lead to symptoms of depression, anger, … Continued