Revolutionizing Spine Care…Changing Lives


What Does Patient Education Involve?

There’s a lot to learn and we help each patient understand everything about their condition, treatment plan and ongoing expectations. Learning about the anatomy of the spine can help patient’s better understand why their condition is generating pain which often reduces their anxiety and allows them to make more informed decisions. A knowledgeable patient can often manage some elements of their care and prevent future neck and back pain.

  • The basics of patient education involve providing patients with information about spine anatomy, their condition, diagnostic tests that may be performed, and possible treatment options.
  • There are many forums for patient education, which include discussions with care providers, reading brochures and other printed materials, viewing videos and visiting websites.
  • One of the key components of effective patient education is for the patient to take an active role in the treatment process.
  • This involves applying the materials learned by making lifestyle changes.Perhaps one of the most important aspects is for patients to ask questions until they feel confident they have all the answers to their questions about the symptoms of back and neck pain.

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To find out whether you would benefit from artificial disc surgery, make an appointment to visit Texas Back Institute in the Dallas, TX, area for an evaluation. We always reserve surgery as a last resort, so we’ll seek to relieve pain first through conservative treatments such as physical therapy and pain management. If severe pain persists and it is determined that you would benefit from surgery, we can help you determine whether artificial disc replacement is right for you.

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