F YMonth: August 31, 2020

Meet Dr. Alexander Satin

Posted by

Get to know Dr. Alexander Satin, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute. Dr. Satin is now accepting patients in the Frisco clinic. Tell us about yourself. “I’m originally from Long Island, New York. I did my undergraduate training at Johns Hopkins University where I studied biophysics. Then I went and did medical school in New York city at Albert Einstein […]

Safety in Surgery During COVID-19 Pandemic at Texas Back Institute

Posted by

Is spine surgery safe during the pandemic? Dr. Peter Derman and Dr. Rey Bosita talk about the precautions taken in the operating room during the pandemic. Many people have asked if surgery is safe during the pandemic. Every patient undergoing surgery is required to have a COVID test an asked to self quarantine in the […]

What is Artificial Disc Replacement?

Posted by

What is Artificial Disc Replacement? Dr. Jessica Shellock, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute explains what Disc Replacement is and how it works. Disc replacement is a motion preserving surgery. Artificial Disc Replacement or Total Disc Replacement is an alternative to spinal fusion surgery. In a spine fusion, the motion at the surgical site […]

When Does Spine Deformity Require Surgery?

Posted by

When Does Spine Deformity Require Surgery? Dr. Mark Kayanja, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute answers the question “When Does My Spinal Deformity Require a Surgeon?” Spinal deformity is an abnormal curvature of the spine. This can occur in the all regions of the spine, which include the cervical spine (neck), Thoracic (mid-back), and […]

Skip to content