Central Texas Spine Institute PLLC Offers Spine Surgery In Texas

July 13, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Austin, Texas based Central Texas Spine Institute PLLC is reaching out to the residents of Texas who may be looking for a reliable spine surgery practice, inviting them to consult with the practice’s expert surgeons. Central Texas Spine Institute is a private medical practice that offers comprehensive spine care which includes diagnostic services, conservative treatment modalities and spine surgery.

Dr. Randall of Central Texas Spine Institute PLLC is an accomplished spine surgeon, and he is well known for his many contributions to the world of spinal surgery. As an award winning spine surgeon, Dr. Randall is also widely respected for his work in stem cell therapies. He has been treating patients from all over the world since 1988 from Central Texas. His work has been published in peer-reviewed journals, and he has been named among the top 100 surgeons in the United States by Becker’s Spine. He received his Bachelor of Science with honors from the University of Iowa in 1974. He graduated from the University of Iowa Medical School with an M.D. in 1977 and completed his internship in 1978—followed by a residency in orthopedic surgery in 1982.

He also served in the United States Air Force at Wilford Hall, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas where he went from staff orthopedist to chief of orthopedic surgery by the time of his discharge in 1988. He entered private practice in Austin Texas where he joined Dr. William P. Taylor at The Austin Back Clinic. The group later expanded to become the Central Texas Spine Institute, one of the most renowned spinal surgery centers in the United States.

The clinic is a leader in a variety of fields, particularly spinal cord stimulator implants. “The Central Texas Spine Institute of Austin has successfully treated many patients using spinal cord stimulator, or SCS, implants,” the clinic says. “Neuropathic pain results from erroneous nerve signals that create irritation and discomfort in response to normal, everyday stimulus. The goal of an SCS implant is to block these false pain impulses through the use of an electric current. If you have exhausted all other options for dealing with your neuropathic pain, a spinal cord stimulator implant may be just the treatment you’re looking for.”

The spinal care clinic’s staff are dedicated to treating their patients with dignity, respect and true care, making each patient’s experience pleasant and offering the highest level of service. Many of the clinic’s staff have decades of experience, and one can see this experience in the care their patients receive.

A number of patients have left great reviews of the work Dr. Randall has done. Many of these reviews can be found on the clinic’s GMB listing. For instance, one patient says, “My name is Eric and I am 75 years old. I am a Sun City Texas Hiking Club Member. In January of 2019, I had to quit hiking because of severe sciatic nerve pain down the entire back of my left leg. After extensive research of Austin back doctors, I made an appointment in November with Dr. Randall Dryer for pain relief options. An MRI and Doctor diagnosis indicated a bulging disc pushing against my sciatic nerve. Dr. Dryer recommended a discectomy. Dr. Dryer performed the discectomy as a day surgery. It was successful and the sciatic nerve pain is completely gone.”

Another patient reports that, “Dr. Dryer’s reputation is 5-Star. He is a skilled, honest and experienced surgeon. Dr. Dryer operates a highly efficient and effective office. Appointments were on time, if not early. Information was presented in a straightforward and understandable manner. The administration of the insurance and scheduling was efficient and professional. His personal staff and the staff at the West Lake Hospital are all first class and take care of all patients as if they were family. I would recommend Dr. Dryer, his personal and associated staff for anyone who is having painful back problems. If he can help you, he will tell you. If he can’t, he will tell you that as well. My entire experience with Dr. Dryer was top drawer! Thank you, Dr. Dryer and staff.”

Get in touch with the clinic through their Facebook page. More information can be found on their official website as well, and patients are welcome to contact Dr. Randall F. Dryer to follow up on any further inquiries.

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For more information about Central Texas Spine Institute PLLC, contact the company here:

Central Texas Spine Institute PLLC
Dr. Randall F. Dryer
+1 512 795 2225
doctors@spine-ctsi.com
6818 Austin Center Blvd #200, Austin, TX 78731

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