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Reach Out to Us for Help
First, your physician will meet with you and carefully listen and document your concerns and symptoms. After your exam and records review, a comprehensive treatment plan will be devised just for you. Each patient is unique, therefore, all spine conditions and back pain are different. You can trust your spine physician to review, study, and research your condition and situation. At the end of your initial visit, if you have all of your testing required, you and your physician together will collaborate on a conservative, researched-based treatment plan.
Bring Past Testing to your Appointment
First, it is extremely important that each patient bring actual copies of all previous testing and reports. Including, their films and/or any diagnostic testing along with the reports for physicians to review. By combining a physical examination, symptoms, and diagnostic imaging, your physician will have a really good perspective of your condition. It’s the final piece of the puzzle to allow your physician to get a complete picture of your anatomy. Utilizing all your testing and reports will provide a “look into the body” and see your anatomy. Should you need an X-ray, we have a low-dose 3-D EOS X-ray machine available at our Dallas office.
Treatment plans are devised by collaboration between your physician, you, and your family. It is a team effort to figure out what each patient needs, how to stop the pain, and the optimal way to achieve the best results. Additionally, your physician wants the least-invasive procedure for you. That’s why all treatment plans begin with very conservative treatment measures. They know that most pain can be resolved with a conservative prescription of medicine, injections, and/or exercise. That’s why they spend lots of time reviewing each patient’s test results, to design a treatment plan just for you.
Reach out for help and have a Productive First Visit
- Reach out to us for a specialized spine care appointment today.
- Gather all your past records for the visit. You may need to reach out to past providers or facilities for copies, so start early.
- A Care Coordinator will ask you to fill out certain online Patient Forms and bring them to our office upon your first visit.
- Write down some questions you may have to help you remember them during your visit.
- Be on time.
In the event of inclement weather: The Southwest Scoliosis clinic will follow the schedule of the school district in which the clinic is located.
Welcome to Southwest Scoliosis and Spine Institute.
We look forward to speaking with you about your complex spine condition. To date, we have seen more than 100,000 patients and performed over 16,000 surgeries. At Southwest Scoliosis and Spine Institute, we are committed to providing the highest quality care in the diagnosis and treatment of complex spine, scoliosis, and revision surgery—including pediatric and adult scoliosis, spinal deformity, spinal tumors, and degenerative conditions of the spine. Our practice and exam rooms offer a private, comfortable setting where our physicians can spend as much time as necessary to find the right treatment plan customized for you to eliminate the pain and embarrassment of your spinal condition.
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