Specialized Care for Your Spine
When debilitating back or neck problems strike, the daily tasks you’ve always taken for granted can suddenly become too painful. At CHRISTUS Health, our goal is to provide exceptional, compassionate care for those suffering from acute, chronic back or neck pain, helping you regain maximum function and return to a pain-free life.
We are highly trained in the most advanced techniques used to heal and repair damaged discs and vertebrae. We use specialized, highly technical equipment to perform a full range of minimally invasive spine surgeries, including removing a bulging disc, removing part of the vertebra bone and widening the opening for your spinal nerves.
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Your Health the Way You Want It
CHRISTUS Health gives you access to the care you need to fit your health and lifestyle. We offer primary, virtual, urgent and emergency care. Our purpose is giving you the healthcare you need when you need it.
Treating Spine Pain
The rigor and activities of daily life take a toll on the spine and can cause pain that limits your ability to walk, run or be physically active. At CHRISTUS Health our board certified neurosurgeons, spine and orthopedic surgeons use the latest therapies to treat and reduce back and neck pain, and numbness in the arms and legs from a spinal condition.
The spine is the body's main support structure. It includes discs that sit between and cushion 33 bones called vertebrae. The hollow space inside the vertebrae is the spinal canal. This is where spinal nerves - which send signals to the rest of your body - begin.
Conditions and Treatment
Injuries and medical conditions can damage the spine and its discs. A weak spine can cause a narrowing of the spinal canal, shrinking discs or moving discs. These changes in spinal alignment may put pressure on or pinch the spinal nerves.
We collaborate with our board certified orthopedic surgeons to provide the most comprehensive care for your cervical or lumbar spine condition in outpatient and inpatient settings.
- Spinal stenosis
- Disc herniation
- Degenerative disc disease