Texas Spine and Neurosurgery started its home office and main clinic in Waco. Now, Texas Spine and Neurosurgery has expanded to the Austin region and will be offering services at the Arise Medical Center. Dr. Zielinski has been working in the Texas since 2007 and Texas Spine and Neurosurgery has been offering “first class spine care close to home” in Texas for many years.
Dr. Zielinski has privileges at the Arise Medical Center. Texas Spine and Neurosurgery has worked with the hospital and local community to develop an unprecedented, outstanding neuro spine program. Patients can choose to have all conservative therapy done locally in Austin and, if it comes to surgery, that can be done close to home at the Arise Medical Center. There are now options in Austin to obtain “first class spine care close to home”.
Dr. Zielinski appreciates the strong local support he has from the Austin community, Austin physicians, and local community leaders and wishes to continue to develop spine care in Austin going forward.
How We Help
There is no need to travel long distances to access the best in spine care! At Texas Spine and Neurosurgery, we bring advanced technology and treatment options to you. Our founder, Dr. Steven Zielinski, is a Stanford trained spine surgeon and an experienced expert in back and neck surgery. Dr. Zielinski is a pioneer in artificial disc technology and currently holds multiple patents in the area. Through his company, Zielinski Medical Technologies, he has been on several innovation teams, and has expertly designed several products currently used across the nation in spine surgery.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
Dr. Zielinski has routinely performed minimally invasive spine surgery since 1997. In patients that qualify, it is a great way to relieve pain quickly and ensure a smaller incision, with very little down time. Patients who undergo minimally invasive spine surgery are typically able to return home on the same day of their surgery. The minimally invasive approach also tends to decrease the amount of pain associated with surgery. We know your time and ability to return to your regular activities are important. That is why we always strive to provide the highest level of care with the least invasive approach.
Possible Symptoms or Conditions
- Pain radiating down the arms or legs.
- Unusual sensations such as tingling, numbness, or pins and needles.
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Muscle weakness
- Spinal Stenosis
- Bowel problems.*
- Bladder problems.*
- Numbness in the genital area.*
* You should see your doctor immediately if you have problems urinating, having bowel movements, or if you have numbness around your genitals.
Treatment Options Prior To Surgery
Options for treatment include:
- Lumbar bracing
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Steroid injections
- TENS units
- Pain management
- Massage therapy
Surgical Treatment Options
- Minimally Invasive Surgery
- Microscopic Spine Surgery
- Disc Replacement
- Lumbar Fusion
- Cervical Fusion
- Lumbar Discectomy
- Cervical Discectomy
- Thoracic Spine Surgery
- Spinal Cord Tumor Surgery
- Anterior/Posterior Spine Surgery