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.

How can you bend your knee after meniscus surgery?

How can you bend your knee after meniscus surgery?

Meniscus surgery, whether it’s a partial meniscectomy or meniscal repair, can be performed arthroscopically. It’s still a big surgery that requires time and effort to recover...

Additional Factors That Affect Sleep Comfort

Additional Factors That Affect Sleep Comfort

Patients with both lower back pain and sleep difficulties need to consider more than just switching to a new mattress. Many other factors that commonly interfere with sleep need...

3 Top Causes of Low Back Pain -

3 Top Causes of Low Back Pain -

We’ve been looking around and doing some “internet research”, and there is a lot out there about the most common causes of back pain. But we’ve found many of the lists conflict,...

Muscle Relaxants

Muscle Relaxants

Medications that act as central nervous system depressants and have sedative and musculoskeletal relaxant properties are called muscle relaxants. Used in addition to rest,...

Alternative Treatments for Sciatica: Acupuncture, Acupressure, Biofeedback, and Yoga

Alternative Treatments for Sciatica: Acupuncture, Acupressure, Biofeedback, and Yoga

Your doctor's treatment plan for back pain and sciatica may include alternative treatments such as acupuncture, acupressure, biofeedback, and/or yoga. Many patients have...

Report: Ineffective Treatment Often Prescribed For Lower Back Pain

Report: Ineffective Treatment Often Prescribed For Lower Back Pain

Chances are, you — or someone you know — has suffered from lower back pain. It can be debilitating. Actually, it's a leading cause of disability globally. And the number of...

5 Tips to Manage Chronic Pain

5 Tips to Manage Chronic Pain

There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that understanding how pain works is a key strategy in managing it. Simply knowing the basics of how our brain and nerves work and...

Back pain and nausea: Possible causes and treatments

Back pain and nausea: Possible causes and treatments

Back pain and nausea can often occur together. Sometimes, the pain of a stomach issue can radiate to the back. Vomiting can also cause pain and tension in the back. Pain that...

How to Protect Your Spine with Osteoporosis

How to Protect Your Spine with Osteoporosis

In some cases of osteoporosis, one or more vertebral bones can become so weak that they cannot fully support their load and develop tiny cracks. This type of fracture, called a...

Keeping Joints Healthy As You Age, Tips for Healthy Joints

Keeping Joints Healthy As You Age, Tips for Healthy Joints

As the years add up, so can the aches and pains that we feel in our joints. The wear and tear of various physical activities over the years and the normal changes of aging can...

Is Your Work Space Spine-Friendly?

Is Your Work Space Spine-Friendly?

While work can be a pain, it doesn't have to cause pain. Setting up your office work space to avoid back and neck strain is easier than you may think. Equipment options like...

Oral Steroids and Back Pain

Oral Steroids and Back Pain

Oral steroids, or corticosteroids taken by mouth, are prescription anti-inflammatory medications that have been commonly prescribed for various orthopaedic conditions, including...