The 20th Anniversary of Artificial Disc Replacement at Texas Back Institute: What This Means for the Future

Anniversaries serve an important function. They allow us to reflect on how far we have come, and where we can still go in the future. This year is the 20th anniversary of the artificial disc replacement procedure being performed at Texas Back Institute and thousands of patients are celebrating with them! As the first year of […]

Dr. Isador Lieberman: A Pioneer of Robotic Surgery Looks to the Future

In a remarkable “sign of the times” for surgery, the Senhance robot recently became the first new robotic surgical system to receive FDA approval since 2000. According to an article in “Health Care Business,” during the procedure, “the surgeon sits in an ergonomically comfortable position and can see inside the patient’s body via 3D visualization. Senhance’s […]

Recognizing Thoracic Spine Myelopathy

We have recently covered the details of myelopathy, which is a spine condition that results from compression of the spinal cord. Myelopathy symptoms may cause weakness of the hands and/or legs, problems with walking, balance, and coordination. Additionally, loss of normal bowel, bladder, or sexual function may develop. The condition can also be painless unless […]

Tony Romo’s Back Surgery: Texas Back Institute Surgeon Dr. Bosita talks about Sports Injuries and Treatments

    Originally Posted by WFAA – Ch 8 in Dallas: Original Article As the Cowboy’s season came to an end Sunday against the Eagles, the team’s starting quarterback Tony Romo was off the field recovering from his lower back surgery. Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett publicly stated Friday morning, “Tony Romo underwent back surgery […]

Uganda Spine Surgery Mission: Adapting to Limited Resources (Days 8 and 9)

Day 8 Today’s first surgical patient doesn’t have a first name. At least, as far as his medical records at Mbarara are concerned, his first name is C. C is a sixty-five year-old man who is, for all intents and purposes, a wheelchair-bound quadriplegic. Degenerative changes in his cervical spine (his neck) have compressed and […]

Uganda Spine Surgery Mission Days 4 and 5

Day 4 Today was our first full day at the hospital, although “full” is an understatement. When we opened the clinic at 10am, the open-air waiting room was teeming with patients and their families lining rows of benches or sprawled on mats on the floor. The team got right to work; Sherry and Rob left […]

Minimally Invasive Surgery: It’s Our Philosophy

With a dramatic increase in the number of advertisements and social media discussions, the concept of “minimally invasive surgery” – especially spine surgery – has become a hot topic. Experts in back surgery such as Dr. Michael Hisey of Texas Back Institute know that in many cases the hype is more about marketing than about […]

Patient of the Month – Veteran: Alex Fender

1st US Service Member to Receive Artificial Disc Celebrates 8 Years Pain-Free He was a U.S. Marine on Active Duty, planning a career as a Naval Aviator, when a herniated disc stopped everything. Alex Fender saw all his plans postponed, then stopped indefinitely, as physicians repeatedly told him that he would be ‘medically retired’ from […]

Ryan Lovelace…Back to Fishing

Professional bass fisherman, Ryan Lovelace gets back to fishing As a professional bass fisherman, Ryan’s pain was exacerbated by his participation in several fishing tournaments every year. In order to win or place in these professional bass fishing tournaments, the angler must catch as many bass as possible with the idea being that the final […]

Best Doctors in Dallas 2012

D Magazine Announces It’s Best Doctors in Dallas 2012 List D Magazine just published their newest issue and it included the 2012 Best Doctors in Dallas list.  Texas Back Institute is excited to announce several of our physicians made the list.  This year, Drs. Scott Blumenthal, Renato Bosita, Jr., Richard Guyer, Michael Hisey and Jack Zigler […]

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