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Your First Choice for Spine Surgery in South Texas

Are you are thinking about spine surgery for neck pain, back pain, or other pain? If you are considering surgery, we recommend you consult with one of the spine surgeons and orthopaedic doctors at the South Texas Spinal Clinic. Not all pain is the same and not all physicians are the same.

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Expect the best, most dedicated and experienced team of licensed Physical Therapists in the region. Read more…

The doctors at the South Texas Spinal Clinic share an abiding concern for your health and a passion for informed and personalized care. When pain doesn’t respond to other modalities, surgery may be an option.

Your medical team will make an in-depth assessment and consult with you to consider your options, including your candidacy for minimally invasive surgery technology like the NuVasive™ system.

Don’t spend another moment in unnecessary pain. Call the South Texas Spinal Clinic at (210) 614-6432 and start your journey to pain relief.

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