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.

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Post-Operative Shoulder Surgery Tips

If you are anticipating shoulder surgery, you are likely focused on the day of your procedure. Your orthopedic surgeon will give you a list of things to do in the days leading up to surgery. It is vital that you follow these instructions carefully. In addition, the post-operative care information is just as, if not […]

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Preventing Common Ski Injuries

If you plan to hit the slopes this season, it is important that you take the time to think about injury prevention. Preventing ski injuries can be simple if you follow a few important steps. Before talking about prevention, let’s look at some of the most common ski injuries that orthopedic surgeons see in their […]

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Back Pain and Stress: Tips for Relief

Back pain is unfortunately a common issue that plagues millions of people of all ages. If you suffer from back pain, you might experience an increase in discomfort in times of increased stress. Symptoms of stress including poor sleep habits, decrease in exercise and poor diet often accompany increased stress. Stress is a daily part […]

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Shoulder Arthroscopy: Is it Right For You?

If you have been suffering from shoulder pain that has not gotten better with non-surgical treatment, you might be a candidate for shoulder arthroscopy. How do you know if this procedure is the right treatment for you? There are a number of things to consider. What is shoulder arthroscopy? Shoulder arthroscopy is a surgical procedure […]

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Shoulder Dislocation Symptoms

Shoulder dislocation is a common injury that can be very painful and limiting. This type of injury is common in sports as well as resulting from a fall or other trauma to the joint. Because the shoulder is the body’s most mobile joint, it is also at risk to dislocate easily, especially as a repeat […]

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Orthopedic Sports Injuries: Prevention and Safety

If you have an athlete in your family, orthopedic sports injuries are likely a part of life. Whether playing football, soccer, track and field or hockey, most athletes will endure some type of sports injury in their career. Many of these injuries will be minor but some can be career ending. Orthopedic sports injuries are […]

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Spinal Osteoarthritis Treatment Options

Spinal osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative arthritis of the spine, can be extremely painful and limiting. If you or a loved one are suffering from this condition, you know how much it can impact daily activities. Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options to explore with your orthopedic surgeon. Diagnosis of spinal osteoarthritis is […]

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Back to School Sports Health and Safety

As summer comes to a close, parents are scrambling to get kids ready to go back to school. From school supplies to new haircuts, there is an endless list of things to do to get prepared. But back to school also means the kickoff to a number of fall sports. When it comes to the […]

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20 Questions to Ask Your Surgeon Before Spine Surgery

If you are contemplating spine surgery, you are most likely looking to decrease pain and improve your overall quality of life. Spine surgery can be a beneficial treatment option for many people. However, it is very important to make an informed decision about the surgeon, the process, the recovery and what you can expect in […]

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Sports Medicine: Orthopedic Surgeon vs. Primary Care Doctor

If you or a family member are suffering from a sports injury, your first thought is probably how quickly and easily treatment can be administered. Finding the best sports medicine physician to address the injury can seem like a daunting task. You are interested in getting the best doctor for the specific issue but aren’t […]

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Back Pain Specialist

Persistent back pain is one of those niggling health issues that can kill the joys of living the good life. According to the Mayo Clinic, close to 80% of all Americans suffer from lower back pain at least once in their lives. Back pain is the one of the main common reasons for work-related absence […]

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