Treatment for Back & Neck
You don’t have to live with pain
Too often, people live with neck and back pain. Pain is often due to natural conditions of degeneration, disc herniation and spinal stenosis, including at-home or sports-related injuries. Even adolescents suffer with neck and back pain concerns.
Some common conditions, such as herniated discs or pinched nerves due to bone spurs, may ultimately require surgery. In those cases, Stephen Ozanne, MD, FAAOS, may perform one of the following minimally invasive spine surgery procedures:
- Microdiscectomy for herniated disc
- Microscopic decompression for spinal stenosis (hemilaminotomy/foraminotomy, partial laminectomy sparing midline structures)
- Anterior cervical discectomy & fusion for herniated disc & stenosis
- Lumbar fusion for spondylolisthesis
Although Dr. Ozanne is an exceptional surgeon, most of his treatment focuses on nonsurgical options. He spends plenty of time with patients. His mission is to provide compassionate, quality, state-of-the-art spine care and his goal is making life better, one back at a time.
Dr. Ozanne is fellowship-trained and has over 20 years’ experience. He has also had additional training in minimally invasive spine surgery and performs all surgeries under the operating microscope for unmatched precision.
With careful patient evaluation and diagnosis and nonsurgical care, it is usually possible, when surgery is needed, to select a minimally invasive and focused procedure.
For expert relief for back pain and neck pain relief, look to Southwest Dallas’ Spine for up-to-date care that’s down-to-earth and close to home.
Our back and neck patients come to us from Southwest Dallas’, DeSoto and Grand Prairie in Dallas County and Waxahachie and Mansfield in Ellis County, TX. Call Cedar Hill Spine at 972.299.6966 for exceptional care and results from leading spine surgeon Stephen Ozanne, MD, FAOOS in the southwest Dallas area. For your convenience, you can also fill out our online Request an Appointment for schedule your appointment with us.