Helping others has always been the driving force for the Frisco Spine team, and these new offices will allow the doctors to continue doing what they do best.
Frisco, Texas (PRWEB) October 19, 2015
Frisco Spine is pleased to announce the opening of two new offices in Grapevine and Southlake, Texas. These offices will be open part-time in order to accommodate the needs of patients near Grapevine Lake who suffer from serious medical problems and conditions of the spine.
This continues a trend of growth for the neck and back pain specialists at Frisco Spine. Earlier this year, Frisco Spine also opened an office in Dallas, near White Rock Lake, expanding its reach to patients in need.
About the Grapevine Location
Opened on October 7th, the Grapevine location is located at 1600 W. College St., Ste. LL40. This office is in Baylor Regional Medical Center Grapevine, which is convenient to Highway 114. Dr. David Masel is the primary provider of neck and back pain treatments at the Grapevine office.
Dr. Masel has been certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery and has 27 years of experience in minimally invasive therapies and advanced surgical treatments, including spinal surgery and neurosurgery.
About the Southlake Location
Opened on October 2nd, the Southlake location is located at 300 S. Nolen Dr. #140. Frisco Spine shares this space with COPE Center for Colorectal & Pelvic Health. Like the Grapevine location, the Southlake office is convenient to Highway 114. Dr. Paul Salinas and Dr. Andy Vaughan will provide treatment at the Southlake office.
Dr. Salinas is a skilled neurosurgeon and Dallas native who is proficient in minimally invasive non-surgical and surgical treatments. His areas of medical interest include treatment of degenerative disc disease, spinal tumors, and spinal deformities, as well as treatment of cranial disorders such as brain tumors.
Offices Located Throughout the Greater Dallas Area
The Frisco Spine offices and specialists are located in Dallas and areas north of Dallas. As of now, patients can visit Frisco Spine offices in the following cities:
More Locations Means Greater Assistance to Patients Throughout Texas
The expansion of Frisco Spine means that more patients will be able to receive the state-of-the-art pain relief they require. More people in this large, busy, and growing metropolitan area will be able to undergo quality care and improve their quality of life. The added convenience of these new offices can improve the lives of patients with spinal disorders that cause significant pain or that affect mobility.
A Commitment to Care Throughout Texas
As Frisco Spine continues to grow, the aim of all the specialists remains the same: to restore mobility, rebuild strength, and improve overall spinal health in the process.
Helping others has always been the driving force for the Frisco Spine team, and these new offices will allow the doctors to continue doing what they do best. For the Frisco Spine team, it will always be a privilege to serve the community and those who are in need.
Contact the Neck and Back Pain Specialists of Frisco Spine
For more information about neck and back pain treatments, contact the neck and back pain specialists of Frisco Spine today. The Grapevine and Southlake offices can be reached directly using the information provided below.
1600 West College Street, Suite LL40
Grapevine, TX 76051
300 South Nolen Drive #140
Southlake, TX 76092
Originally posted by Paul Salinas.