Located in Tarrant County, Trinity Spine and Orthopedics is a group of orthopedic doctors in Fort Worth with a simple mission: to provide care, education, and comfort for our patients in an environment where they can truly feel Christ’s power and love. When patients come to us, we want them to know that not only are they in capable hands but gentle ones as well.
We don’t want to tell you what to do. Our orthopedic doctors treat you as a partner and want you to play an active role in your treatment regardless of whether it’s therapy, pain management, or surgery. For optimal results, you’ll have to take certain measures, such as strengthening your body before or after surgery and going through the appropriate care. It’s more than just surgery with passive input from you. We work with you to layout a plan for your treatment so that you are fully aware and prepared before we get started.
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Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, causes pain and loss of motion in the shoulder. It can present itself for no particular reason, but more normally it arises after some sort of trauma.
Trinity Spine & Orthopedics go to great lengths, using any necessary measure that we have at our office to minimize pain whether you come in for an injection or a more aggressive surgical procedure,
There’s nothing magical about lasers, but Dr. Larry Kjeldgaard of Trinity Spine and Orthopedics knows how to use them and knows how to use them well.
Trinity doctors and staff tend to prefer a more conservative approach, using pain management or physical therapy in place of surgery.
Trinity doctors is very careful with a laser, and it takes a very skilled orthopedic surgeon to perform laser back surgery.
Laser back surgery is a popular term online, but it can be very misleading. Lasers actually have very limited use in back surgery and are often considered to be a gimmick. A laser around the nerves, if used with indiscretion, can hurt the spine. It can hurt the nerve.
Spine surgery instrumentation (medical devices), bone graft procedures, and a bone stimulator are sometimes used along with spinal fusion.
A decompression surgery involves removing a small portion of the bone over the nerve root and/or disc material from under the nerve root to relieve pinching of the nerve and provide more room for the nerve to heal.
The goal of a lumbar fusion is to stop the pain at a painful motion segment in the lower back. Most commonly, this type of surgery is performed for pain and disability caused by lumbar degenerative disc disease or a spondylolisthesis .
The goal of a decompression surgery is usually to relieve pain caused by nerve root pinching. There are two common causes of lumbar nerve root pressure: from a lumbar herniated disc or lumbar spinal stenosis.
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