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Revolutionizing Spine Care…Changing Lives

Dr. Shellock

December 28, 2017 | Texas Back Institute

Why Do Pregnant Women Experience Back Pain? The Two Reasons Might Surprise You.

There is not a more joyous time in the lives of a couple than when they are expecting a child. Words are inadequate to describe this experience.  This process of bringing a new life into the world is simultaneously invigorating and more than a little scary! During pregnancy, a woman’s…

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April 4, 2019 | Texas Back Institute

Here are the 5 things women should do – or not do – to protect their backs!

All of us are likely to experience back pain sometime during our lives. Here’s our Top 5 list of things women should do – or not do – to have a healthier back and neck: Click your high heels less often. Yes, high heels make your legs look great, but…

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November 4, 2021 | Phillip Slaughter

Spine Specialist Training and the Martial Arts – What do they have in common?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Some may argue on the surface they don’t have much in common, as martial arts are typically used for self-defense or attack, whereas medicine is used to heal and care for patients. But, when talking with Dr. Jessica Shellock, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and Dr. Sheena Bhuva, Physiatrist, about their life…

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August 6, 2021 | Phillip Slaughter

Expanding Our Spine and Brain Care In McKinney by Dr. Alexander Satin

The expression “time flies” seems cliché until you actually experience it. Dr. Jessica Shellock and I expanded our orthopedic spine surgery practices to McKinney from existing Texas Back Institute locations in Plano and Frisco locations last summer.  While there have been some challenges along the way – COVID, winter storm…

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September 3, 2020 | Phillip Slaughter

What is Artificial Disc Replacement?

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…

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September 13, 2019 | Texas Back Institute

Fantasy Football and the Dream Team at Texas Back Institute

For anyone who is an avid sports fan, this is a great time of year. The baseball pennant races are full-bore, the college football season has kicked off and the 94th season of the National Football League (NFL) begins on Thursday night, September 5, 2013. Six months later, on February…

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December 28, 2017 | Texas Back Institute

Patient of the Month: Keith Roberts

Two years ago, Keith Roberts was relocating his office. He began to feel immediate pain in his lower back after lifting a table. The pain became progressively worse from that point. His doctor told him it was just a sprain, but he soon learned more about his diagnosis.  After a…

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December 28, 2017 | Texas Back Institute

Patient Profile: Celeste Reynolds Gets Her Life Back

“I had lower back pain for years and finally one day I decided to do something about it,” said Celeste Reynolds. “I waited for two years after my surgery to share this information because I really wanted to make sure what I am saying is the truth about the surgeons…

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December 28, 2017 | Texas Back Institute

On My Style

This past week Dr. Zigler did a photo shoot at his house for ON Magazine.  The secton is called “ON my style” and it features things that showcase Dr. Zigler’s style. We think the spread turned out AWESOME!!!! Dr. Shellock also did a spread like this in 2009. It so…

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December 28, 2017 | Texas Back Institute

Super Doctors!!!!

Living magazine recently did a feature in their March issue showcasing “Super Docs” throughout the community.  Well guess who made it on the list….Texas Back Institute. Congratulations on being “SUPER“! Our Plano physicians Dr. Gibbs, Dr. Lankford and Dr. Guyer at our Trophy Club office Dr. Belanger, our newest physician…

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