1. 10 Tips for Improved Posture from a Spine Doctor: Part 2

    Some people believe good posture is something you’re either born with or you’re not. However, though genetics do play a role, your everyday habits tend to play an even more significant one. In Part 1 of this guide, we developed an overview of mindsets and practices that will start you down the r…Read More

  2. 10 Tips for Improved Posture from a Spine Doctor: Part 1

    We all have heard that good posture is essential for our health and wellbeing, while bad posture can lead to all sorts of difficulties — from chronic lower back pain to degenerative spine disease. Correct posture isn’t just a matter of “you have it or you don’t.” With a little bit of pract…Read More

  3. COVID-19 Update From the Center for Spine Care

    Just because there is the added health risk of COVID-19 in our lives, it doesn’t mean that your back pain will magically go away. People still require spine treatment, physical therapy, and other solutions for neck and spine pain. Center for Spine Care has served the DFW community for over 20 year…Read More

  4. When To Visit a Spine Doctor

    Though most of us experience acute lower back pain from time to time, sometimes an episode of lower back pain can call for a visit to your local spine doctor. Before visiting a spine doctor, you may want to start by meeting up with your general practitioner. Based on their assessment, they may recom…Read More

  5. Most Common Spine Disorders

    Learning that you have a spine disorder can be somewhat frightening. How serious is it? How will it affect you? What are your options for treating it? Instead of just guessing at these questions, use this guide to understand the prognosis and possible treatment options for different kinds of spine d…Read More

  6. How to Treat a Herniated Disc

    If you have lower back pain or numbness, you may have a herniated disc. Before deciding what is the best treatment for you, you should schedule an appointment with one of our back doctors at the Center for Spine Care in Dallas to help identity what is the cause of your pain. What is a Herniated Disc…Read More

  7. Dealing with Lower Back Pain

    Nearly 65 million Americans report suffering from lower back pain, and though intensive treatment or even surgery is needed in some cases, in most cases there is a lot you can do to manage the pain on your own. The pain is a signal from your body telling you that something is not right. Even though …Read More

  8. Dr. Peloza Is Voted One Of The Best Doctors In Dallas

    Here at the Center For Spine Care, we strive to provide the best care for everyone who comes through our doors, which makes it no surprise that the Center For Spine Care’s Dr. John Peloza was named one of the best doctors of 2019 by D Magazine. While we don’t do what we do for the recognition, i…Read More

  9. Information about sciatica and spine procedures

    The Dangerous Truth About Sciatica

    Sciatica in and of itself is a dangerous condition that cause thousands of Americans pain. Nearly 40 percent of people will encounter and suffer from Sciatica in their lifetime. What’s more, the condition often gets lumped in with generic back pain, and it’s certainly more than that. There are m…Read More

  10. Minimally invasive spine procedures for sciatica

    Minimally Invasive Sciatica Treatment Options

    Do you suffer from Sciatica pain? Are you tired of pain in your lower back, legs, rear, and feet? If you want to find back pain relief, you need to see the specialists at Center for Spine Care in Dallas. After decades of helping patients with their spine treatment and procedures, they are the expert…Read More