Our practice has moved to a new location near Spring Creek and Custer in Plano. The new office features many amenities for a better patient experience including better parking, better signage, revamped landscaping, and a higher-end interior. Enter our office directly without wandering through a maze of nondescript hallways. Our waiting room now includes a TV, speaker system, complimentary WIFI, and restroom. Avoid other orthopedists with drab, soulless offices. We care about your entire experience at our practice! If you have any recommendations for further improvements, please let us know.
5509 Pleasant Valley Drive, Suite 700
Plano, TX 75023
Call us today at 214-731-3008 to schedule an appointment!
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Automobile accidents often leave a trail of irreparable injuries to the back and spine in addition to reparable dents on the car. Back injuries can be divided into 3 parts for easier understanding, those affecting the- cervical (neck), thoracic (upper back) and lumbar (lower back) regions.
The back may be hit very hard depending on the velocity of the car in an accident. The back is composed of multiple vertebrae stacked up one above the other interspersed by firm jelly-like ‘intervertebral discs’. In case of a sudden, severe injury there may be ‘popping out’ or herniation of the intervertebral disc as well as a fracture of the vertebrae. This can result in very tremendous pain in the back, producing immense difficulty in back movements. These usually occur in upper and lower back regions.