Treatment & Procedures

In accordance with the most recent Practice Guidelines for Preoperative Fasting by the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), patients are now required to fast for SIX hours before a procedure. The procedures detailed in the links below have all been updated to reflect this. (SWSS September 2014)

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Please note that Southwest Spine & Sports is a separate business from the ambulatory surgery centers where procedures are performed. You will receive two separate bills. One bill is for professional services, which is for the doctor who performs the procedure. You will also have separate fees for the technical component for the use of the facility.

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Our Patients

It has been 2+ weeks since you administered two injections - a hip and an epidural - to me. The result of these injections is that I have little to no pain in my right groin, the lower back pain, and accompanying sciatica is spasmodic, and the hip socket pain has been reduced by about 50%. The latter remains the primary source of my immobility and pain. I imagine I am headed for surgical intervention in the future, but your treatment has been a great deal of help in the mean time. I realize that you fit me into your busy schedule at your inconvenience, and I appreciate your kindness. Regards, Judith A.

Did You Know?

Back injuries account for 25% of all Workers’ Compensation claims.