Governor Greg Abbott has lifted restrictions regarding mask mandates starting March 10. However, Trinity Spine & Orthopedics will require all patients and staff to still wear a mask when entering our facility. If you do not have a mask, Trinity Spine and Orthopedics will provide one. Our primary focus is to protect our patients and staff. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 817-283-5252.

The 3 Best Sleeping Positions for Low Back Pain

The 3 Best Sleeping Positions for Low Back Pain

When your lower back hurts, blissful snoozing can seem so far away. You toss and turn, trying to find some kind of setup that won’t make the ache keep you awake. The good news...

Flat Neck Syndrome Causes and Treatment

Flat Neck Syndrome Causes and Treatment

A normal neck has a gentle curve to it, the degree of which can vary according to the position you are in. But should you lose this curve, through injury, misalignment that is...

2 Common Spinal Conditions in Seniors and the Elderly

2 Common Spinal Conditions in Seniors and the Elderly

Believe it or not, by 2056 there will be more senior citizens than kids according to the U.S. Census. Truly, the aging population is on the rise. The Census also estimates that...

What is Lumbar Lordosis?

What is Lumbar Lordosis?

Lumbar lordosis refers to the natural inward curve of your lower back. It's a key element of posture, whether good or bad. When the angle of this curve is too extreme, often...

What Happens During a Whiplash Injury

What Happens During a Whiplash Injury

Whiplash is a neck and spinal injury that is most commonly caused by a rear-end car collision, but that has other causes, as well. For example, the National Health Service of...

What Is Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF)?

What Is Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF)?

A transforaminal interbody lumbar fusion (TILF) is a surgical procedure that involves permanent union of some of the bones of the lower back (lumbar area). A TILF is a specific...

5 Surprising Causes of Back Pain After Age 50

5 Surprising Causes of Back Pain After Age 50

In a small study published in PM&R, the journal of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, researchers measured the discs of participants, all of whom had...

What Is Neck Crepitus?

What Is Neck Crepitus?

Cracking, popping, and grinding sounds in the neck are called neck crepitus. They often result from neck tightness and stiffness, poor posture, or arthritis. While neck crepitus...

Adult Scoliosis Is a Continuation From Childhood

Adult Scoliosis Is a Continuation From Childhood

Scoliosis commonly affects teens and adolescents. But scoliosis also affects adults. It does so in one of two ways—either as a continuation of scoliosis that developed early in...

Muscle Insertion and Your Joints

Muscle Insertion and Your Joints

A muscle attaches at either the muscle origin or the muscle insertion. The insertion of a muscle is defined as the place where one end of a muscle is attached to the freely...

Superficial Anatomy of the Back and Core

Superficial Anatomy of the Back and Core

In anatomy, superficial is a directional term that indicates one structure is located more externally than another, or closer to the surface of the body. The opposite of...

Role of the Multifidus Muscle

Role of the Multifidus Muscle

The multifidus muscle is a series of small, triangular muscle bundles located on either side of the spinal column that make up the 2nd layer of the deep back muscles. Composed...