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Insurance Accepted

At North Texas Neurosurgical Consultants, we accept all major PPOs, some major HMOs, and Worker's Compensation.

Here is a list of some of the insurances we currently accept. Please contact our office directly at 817-467-5551 for a full list of accepted insurance. We look forward to assisting you.

  • Aetna

  • Averde Health

  • Beech Street

  • BlueCross BlueShield

  • BlueCross BlueShield of Texas

  • Cigna

  • Coventry/First Health

  • FirstCare

  • First Health

  • Galaxy Health Network

  • HealthSmart

  • Humana

  • Independent Medical Systems

  • Interplan Health Group

  • Multiplan

  • PHCS

  • Prime Health Services

  • Superior

  • Tricare

  • United Healthcare (UHC)

  • United Student Resources - UT Student Division

  • USA Managed Care

  • UT Select/BCBS

Neck / 
Arm Pain

Characterized as chronic neck pain, cervical myelopathy can make daily life challenging.

Herniated Cervical Disc With Radiculopathy

Compression of a nerve in the neck can lead to pain, tingling, and weakness in the muscles.

Herniated Lumbar Disc With Radiculopathy

A herniated lumbar disc can pinch a nearby nerve, making simple daily activities painful.

Herniated Lumbar Disc With Radiculopathy
Lumbar Spondylolisthesis

Caused by a crack of fracture in the vertebrae, this type of lower back pain can progress if left untreated.

Sciatica

Sciatica is a type of pain that stems from damage or irritation to the sciatic nerve.

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Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

ACDF surgery (or neck fusion) is a neck surgery performed on one of the seven cervical vertebrae.

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
Spinal Cord
Decompression

Spinal cord decompression surgery opens up the intervertebral space between the discs to relieve pressure on the nerves.

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This fusion uses a smaller initial incision to help protect the lower back muscles and improve your recovery and pain relief.

Posterior Lumbar
Interbody Fusion
Posterior 
Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Spinal
Fusion

The cervical spine of the neck and the lumbar region in the lower back, are the areas most often treated with spinal fusion surgery.

New Patient Paperwork

Please download the following paperwork and bring it with you to your first appointment. Thank you and we look forward to helping you!

Patient Education

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We offer comprehensive solutions to complex problems, and guarantee the least invasive procedure necessary to help your condition.

 

The spine is a delicate structure protecting the vulnerable spinal cord and nerves. Surgery requires a delicate, precise well-planned and executed strategy to optimize recovery. As no two patients are alike an individualized assessment is performed to evaluate your unique situation so that a customized treatment plan can be formulated.

Dr. Rosenstein understands that surgery should be considered as a last resort. He utilizes a full spectrum of conservative treatment measures prior to considering surgical intervention. These include physical therapy, medication, and therapeutic spinal injections. Where medically necessary further diagnostic testing may be considered.

Dr. Rosenstein is dedicated to evaluating complex problems and offering comprehensive solutions with a personal touch. Trained in the latest techniques he and his attentive staff will strengthen your confidence in your healthcare treatment decisions in a professional, pleasing and positive setting. He is committed to providing the highest standard of care as you regain your functional independence.

Your first office visit begins with a thorough history, physical examination, and review of any prior diagnostic testing. You are encouraged to bring all previous medical records including any diagnostic testing and prior operative reports to your first appointment. Once all of the information has been reviewed, treatment options will be presented and discussed in detail. Most instances of neck and lower back pain are effectively treated without surgery. Surgery is considered only after extensive conservative treatment measures have failed.

Learn More About The Conditions We Treat

Neck / 
Arm Pain

Characterized as chronic neck pain, cervical myelopathy can make daily life challenging.

Herniated Cervical Disc With Radiculopathy

Compression of a nerve in the neck can lead to pain, tingling, and weakness in the muscles.

Herniated Lumbar Disc With Radiculopathy

A herniated lumbar disc can pinch a nearby nerve, making simple daily activities painful.

Herniated Lumbar Disc With Radiculopathy
Lumbar Spondylolisthesis

Caused by a crack of fracture in the vertebrae, this type of lower back pain can progress if left untreated.

Sciatica

Sciatica is a type of pain that stems from damage or irritation to the sciatic nerve.

Learn More About The Treatments We Offer

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

ACDF surgery (or neck fusion) is a neck surgery performed on one of the seven cervical vertebrae.

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
Lumbar Laminectomy with Nerve Root Decompression
Lumbar Laminectomy with Nerve Root Decompression

This decompression can ease chronic, excruciating back pain when other more conservative treatments have been unsuccessful.

This fusion uses a smaller initial incision to help protect the lower back muscles and improve your recovery and pain relief.

Posterior Lumbar
Interbody Fusion
Posterior 
Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Spinal Cord
Decompression

Spinal cord decompression surgery opens up the intervertebral space between the discs to relieve pressure on the nerves.

Spinal
Fusion

The cervical spine of the neck and the lumbar region in the lower back, are the areas most often treated with spinal fusion surgery.

Learn More >

You've got questions. We've got answers. 

Contact North Texas Neurosurgical Consultants today to learn more about your treatment options.