Southwest Scoliosis Institute Revision Surgery

Southwest Scoliosis Institute Revision Surgery Shawn Coker had multiple spine fusion surgeries.  While he says they accomplished what they were supposed to do at the time, his condition continued to get worse.  Sadly, his spine caused him pain and forced him to lean...

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Bulging or Herniated Disc?

Bulging or Herniated Disc? Your spine consists of 24 vertebrae with soft discs between them that act as cushions, or shock absorbers. In addition, the discs themselves consist of two parts: a tough outer layer that holds the disc together, and a gel-like interior that...

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Cervical Stenosis

CERVICAL STENOSIS Cervical spinal stenosis is a common spine condition affecting patients over 50.  While a common ailment, many doctors will dismiss the symptoms as part of old age.  However, depending on the cause, this condition can get worse over time.  If...

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Scoliosis Surgery

Scoliosis Surgery - Performed by Doctor Hostin Deborah Butter, Scoliosis Patient Scoliosis Surgery to Remove Pain Deborah Butter couldn’t remember a single day in her life without pain. That all changed when Dr. Hostin performed Scoliosis Surgery at the Southwest...

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Low Dose Radiological Imaging

Using Low Dose Imaging (X-ray) to Improve Patient Care and Treatment At Southwest Scoliosis Institute, we believe in providing our patients with great treatment and care.  For example, we offer in-house Low Dose Imaging services using the EOS system at our Dallas...

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What is a Flatback Syndrome

Judy Dorsett was diagnosed with scoliosis at age 16 and underwent multiple fusion surgeries to correct her double curve. For many years, Judy was fine. However, as she grew older, she began to experience pain in her back, legs, and hips. In addition, she found that...

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