Lumbar Spondylosis

Quality Spinal Care is Available Here in Dallas

WellSpine Professional Association offers quality spinal care from a team of top physicians and surgeons who take pride in offering help to those who have been suffering from back pain for far too long. We meet patients who have been having increasing debilitating pain for years, yet they keep suffering because they believe there is no help for their chronic pain. We serve the Dallas Fort-Worth area with quality comprehensive spinal care that helps people in the area live lives with less pain and more mobility. 


What is Lumbar Spondylosis?

This condition is all too common and many people suffer from a lower quality of life because of the chronic pain that it can cause. This disease is characterized by bony growths that occur upon the spine. These growths can cause back pain or be asymptomatic. The larger they are and the more numerous they are, the more likely they will be to cause pain. 

Treatment may be as simple as informing the patient that they have the condition and to continue on because the growths are not causing pain. If the patient is having pain, then treatment with begin with identifying if the cause is the spondylosis growths or something else and go from there with a care plan that addresses the specific cause. 

How Will a Neurosurgeon Help with This Condition?

A neurosurgeon will be able to identify the root cause of your chronic pain. Once your condition is diagnosed, a care plan with expert physicians and neurosurgeons can be implemented. Typically, surgery is not the first line of action, but spinal surgery at the hands of a skilled neurosurgeon to alleviate pain and pressure from the growths associated with lumbar spondylosis can give patients a whole new lease on a pain-free way of living. Do not fret, if you are coming to a neurosurgeon for back pain, the least invasive care plan will be implemented to start with to discover exactly what works best for you.

Contact Us to Schedule Your Spinal Care Consultation

WellSpine Professional Association serves the community of Dallas, TX, with comprehensive Spinal care by a team of professionals, physicians, and surgeons who are experts in their field and truly care about each patient's path to vitality. Call us today for a consultation if you have had a diagnosis of lumbar spondylosis or if you have back pain that you are done living with on a day to day basis,  (214) 819-9600. 

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