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.

To Prevent Back Pain, Orthotics Are Out, Exercise Is In

To Prevent Back Pain, Orthotics Are Out, Exercise Is In

Lower back pain is an almost universal if unwelcome experience. About 80 percent of those of us in the Western world can expect to suffer from disruptive lower back pain at some...

7 Tips to Alleviate Back Pain on Your Road Trips

7 Tips to Alleviate Back Pain on Your Road Trips

If you have back pain, riding in the car for an hour or more can be a real challenge. If you have a long trip coming up, consider the following advice and see if it helps you...

Limiting Rx Opioids Is Making Opioid Epidemic Worse

Limiting Rx Opioids Is Making Opioid Epidemic Worse

/ Pat Anson By David Hanscom, MD, Guest Columnist I am an orthopedic spine surgeon who specializes in complex problems in all areas of the spinal column. Over the last five...

The effect of psychosocial measures of resilience and self-efficacy in patients with neck and lower back pain.

The effect of psychosocial measures of resilience and self-efficacy in patients with neck and lower back pain.

Psychosocial risk factors may predispose to progression of back and neck pain to chronic pain or disability. Resilience (the ability to recover from stress) and pain...

Low Back Pain Patients Receive the Wrong Care: Papers Say

Low Back Pain Patients Receive the Wrong Care: Papers Say

Low back pain affects an estimated 540 million people worldwide, and a new study says too many patients receive the wrong care. A new Series of papers in The Lancet highlights...

Brachial Neuritis Diagnosis

Brachial Neuritis Diagnosis

If brachial neuritis is suspected, it is important to get an accurate diagnosis in order to begin a treatment plan that offers effective pain relief, education about the...

My Thoughts on Treating Low Back Pain

My Thoughts on Treating Low Back Pain

" > Young, energetic, and naive. The early years was when I learned the difference between swimming and reading about swimming. None of it matters until you’re in the water, and...

Muscle Spasms are a Leading Cause of Back Pain

Muscle Spasms are a Leading Cause of Back Pain

Back pain sometimes strikes without warning. One minute you’re bending over or lifting something heavy; the next minute you’re unable to move. Sudden onset of muscle spasm in...

Pro stretching tips: Sneak stretches throughout your workout

Pro stretching tips: Sneak stretches throughout your workout

If you ever happen to spy on me as I work out, you’ll undoubtedly see me gasping to catch my breath whenever I finish a strength training set. Once I hit my arbitrary reps...

How My Primary Care Doc Became a Pain in the Neck... Literally

How My Primary Care Doc Became a Pain in the Neck... Literally

About two years ago, my wife and I joined my cousin and his wife on a driving vacation from Phoenix to Big Sur and Las Vegas and back. My cousin did most of the driving. I sat...

Integrative Pain Care:  When and How to Prescribe?

Integrative Pain Care: When and How to Prescribe?

Subscribe or renew to PPM 10 Articles in Volume 17, Issue #8 A Fresh Look at Opioid Antagonists in Chronic Pain Management Addressing Chronic Pain in the United States Armed...

Managing Neuropathic Pelvic Pain Caused by Endometriosis

Managing Neuropathic Pelvic Pain Caused by Endometriosis

Endometriosis, the presence of endometrial tissue outside of the uterus, is a frequent, estrogen-related condition, affecting approximately 176 million women in the world, or 1...