Revolutionizing Spine Care…Changing Lives


Since our founding, Texas Back Institute has focused intently on developing surgical techniques that create the best possible outcomes for our patients. Our surgeons have practiced minimally invasive cervical and lumbar spine surgery since the 1990s, affording us unparalleled ability to evaluate patient problems and leverage advanced surgical techniques. Today, our surgeons routinely rely on robotics, intraoperative CT imaging, and computer-assisted navigation systems to treat the source of patient neck or back pain without affecting healthy tissue or unrelated parts of the spine.

Our focus on minimally invasive techniques helps reduce the impact of surgery on the body. As a result, our patients commonly enjoy more predictable surgical outcomes, faster recovery times, and a quicker return to work and hobbies than they would experience with traditional spinal surgery. While minimally invasive surgery techniques include a variety of different surgery types and are sometimes used in conjunction with other spinal surgery procedures, this method cannot be applied to all patients.  Each of the minimally invasive surgery techniques we have developed is the direct result of our investments in:


The primary focus of the Texas Back Institute Research Foundation has been the relationship between diagnostic evaluations and treatment outcomes. Clinical studies have involved discography, MRIs, minimally invasive procedures, and total disc replacement. Dozens of peer-reviewed medical articles have been published by TBI surgeons as a result of the Foundation’s studies.


Texas Back Institute trains orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons through our ACGME accredited Fellowship. At Texas Back Institute, our faculty includes 20 Fellowship-trained spine surgeons, specialists in conservative care and pain management, and a team of allied health care professionals.


Robotics, intraoperative CT imaging systems, and computer-assisted navigation often help the surgeons at Texas Back Institute specifically address the source of a patient’s neck or back pain without affecting healthy tissue or unrelated parts of the spine. As a result, our patients experience faster recovery times, reduced risk of complications, and return to work, sports and hobbies much more quickly.  Below are just a few of the robotic surgery options our surgeons employ:

Leaders in Advanced Spine Procedures

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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