Expert Cervical Disc Surgeon

Dr. Stachniak is a teaching physician on the faculty at Medtronic. Dr. Stachniak has been the primary investigator in several FDA research projects including an Artificial Cervical Disc Study, Prestige ST and a Trial Study on Bone Morphogenic Protein for Fusions. Dr. Stachniak participates in these studies to further advance spinal care in patients.

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Avoid Spine Surgery Plano TX By Doing These 4 Exercises

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March 7, 2016

For those of you who want to avoid spine surgery Plano TX, we’ve already discussed three exercises that you should stop doing. Just in case we robbed you of some of your favorite workouts, though, we wanted to offer a few alternatives! It’s true---you can stay fit without hurting your back. We promise. Check out ... read more

Preparing For Minimally Invasive Back Surgery Plano TX

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February 29, 2016

If you need  minimally invasive back surgery Plano TX, then you should know that there are a couple things that need to occur before your procedure. While the professionals at Brain & Spine Center of Texas will go over all the tiny details, be ready for a couple medical procedures to occur. You will need some blood ... read more

Top Cervical Spine Surgeons Plano TX: 4 Tips for Cold Weather Pain

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February 27, 2016

If you suffer from chronic neck pain, the colder months may seem harder on you than others. Although it is tempting to think that cold weather and pain is just an old wive's tale, according to top cervical spine surgeons Plano TX, the winter actually does impact your neck pain and for some people, it ... read more

Tips for Finding the Right Neurosurgeon for You

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February 26, 2016

The World Health Organization recently released a study that showed that of the top three disability classes, 80% of problems have a neurological cause. However, some disabilities have other physical symptoms, especially for the estimated 40% of the population who suffer from bulging or herniated discs. Although some of these people may have no symptoms, ... read more

Spine Center of Texas: The Latest Techniques for Neck and Back Pain

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February 25, 2016

The Brain and Spine Center of Texas offer conservative and surgical procedures to alleviate back problems. If you’re suffering from limited mobility or constant pain in your neck, back or lower back, you may need to have a worn cervical disc replaced with an artificial cervical disc. Spine Center of Texas: Cervical Disc Replacement Our ... read more

Minimally Invasive Lower Back Surgery Plano TX: 3 Questions Answered

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February 23, 2016

Minimally invasive lower back surgery Plano TX refers to the surgical technique of using small incisions to access the problem area. When surgeons use small incisions instead of large incisions, there is much less force on the surrounding tissues from the retractors. There is also less tissue dissection and in most cases better blood supply ... read more

Spine Surgery Plano TX | Know the Symptoms of a Spinal Tumor

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February 23, 2016

If you suspect that you or a loved one may have a spinal tumor, then you may want to review some of the symptoms before you speak with a professional. Here is a brief list. The symptoms of spinal tumors, depending on where they are located, can include back pain, which may spread; difficulty walking; ... read more

Minimally Invasive Back Surgery Plano TX: Decompression Discectomy

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February 23, 2016

Neurosurgeons use minimally invasive back surgery Plano TX to stop pain and pressure from herniated discs. These discs form cushions between each vertebra. Each disc has a tough outer shell and a soft, gelatinous center. As we age, the disc sometimes bulges between vertebrae. If a disc ruptures (herniates), it puts pressure on nearby nerves ... read more

Thoracic Surgeon Plano TX | Recovering From Thoracic Tumor Resection

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February 22, 2016

If you or a loved one is a candidate for thoracic tumor resection, then you may have questions for your thoracic surgeon Plano TX about the recovery process. Below is a brief breakdown of what you can expect. First, the patient can expect to remain in the hospital for 5 to 10 days after the ... read more

Spine Surgery Plano TX May Be the Answer for Your Lumbar Pain

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February 19, 2016

If you have chronic lower back pain that does not respond to painkillers or physical therapy, spine surgery Plano TX is an option worth considering. More times than not, pain in the lumbar area is nothing to be worried about. Strained and knotted muscles can cause severe pain, though they usually are not warning signs ... read more

“Thank you so much for your wonderful care and expertise on the surgery you performed on me last August. I went skiing (Black Diamonds) twice this winter, played racquetball and am planning a great summer water skiing this year! Thanks so much.” - Pat

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