I'm often asked about my opinion on inversion tables. I think they can help people with chronic neck and back pain. However, I would not ...
Mission: "To provide outstanding and compassionate spine care to every patient, every time, through integrated medical care and patient education."
West Texas Spine is a medical and surgical practice dedicated to the treatment of the neck and back. Our role is to educate patients and assist with the decision making process.
We offer a full range of treatment options, both non-surgical and surgical and we are committed to providing the very best care and results possible.
Activity Modification, Medications, Spinal Injection, Deep Heat, Stop Smoking, Clinical Nutrition, Physiotherapy, Weight Management, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Foot Supports/Foot Orthotics, Spinal Bracing/Spinal, Orthosis, Spinal Manipulation, Exercise Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Work Injury Rehabilitation, TENS (Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation)
Activity Modification, Medications, Spinal Injection, Deep Heat, Stop Smoking
Spinal Fusion, ALIF, PLIF or TLIF, Laminotomy, Discectomy, Foraminotomy, Endoscopic Discectomy, Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion - (ACDF), Kyphoplasty
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there an age limit for laser surgery?
There is no age limit to laser spine surgery. We have performed outpatient laser spine surgeries on patients ranging from 20 to 88 years old.
How many surgeries have you performed?
I have performed over 3500 spinal surgeries.
What is your success rate?
Success rate on laser spine surgeries is 95% (depending on your medical condition).
Do you accept insurance? Do you accept Medicare?
Insurance does cover laser spine surgery, and we do accept Medicare.Read More
Saturday, November 14th
Speaker: Dr. Michael Ramsey
Learn about non-surgical treatment alternatives that can help!
Location: TownePlace Suites Midland
5508 Deauville Boulevard, Midland, TX 79706
8:30 Check in
9:00-11:00 Back & Neck Pain Seminar
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Dr. Ramsey Reports
Dr. Ramsey reports on the latest health, fitness, and diet news.
A large contributor to back pain is your weight. Ideally you want to maintain a healthy weight because for every pound you are over weight, ...
Exercises that are easiest on the back are walking, swimming, cycling and weightlifting. Running and golf can be hard on your lower back. As with ...