Texas Spine Center office hours are:
Monday - Friday
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Ask our staff for information regarding Injury/Accident Cases
Call to see if we accept your insurance: 281-469-0339
We accept Medicare.
Meet the Staff of Houston's Texas Spine Center
Dr. Siddiqi and the staff at the Texas Spine Center are dedicated to helping patients improve chronic back pain and other related conditions.
The Texas Spine Center exclusively treats spinal conditions, as well as provides on-site spinal pain management for simple and complex spinal conditions. The staff provides a comprehensive range of non-surgical treatments for back and neck pain, disc disease, other spinal conditions such as VAX-D, focused therapy and selective spinal injections (diagnostic and therapeutic).
As a result of these treatments, many patients do not need surgery for their spine condition. If surgery is needed, Dr. Siddiqi will consider outpatient procedures such as percutaneous or minimally invasive endoscopic/microscopic procedures before recommending more open spine surgery procedures.
Dr. Siddiqi and his staff are one of the few spine centers that provide microsurgical techniques combined with minimally invasive spine surgery options for back pain, disc surgery and spinal fusions which allow for an early recovery.
Texas Spine Center Hospital Affiliations:
- The Methodist Hospital (Willowbrook Hospital), 18220 Tomball Parkway, Houston, TX 77070 (281-477-1000)
- Willowbrook Ambulatory Surgery Center, 13802 Centerfield Rd., Suite 100, Houston, TX 77070, (281-970-8518)
- Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center, 10655 Steepletop Drive, Houston, TX 77065, (281-890-4285)
- Tomball Regional Hospital, 605 Holderrieth St., Tomball,TX 77375 (281-890-4285)
During your initial visit, our staff will review your medical history and ask you questions about your symptoms. Please come prepared with a list of symptoms, as well as the limitations placed on your daily activities as a result of these symptoms. After reviewing your medical history, we will schedule a neurological examination for further evaluation and diagnosis.
After reviewing your medical history and diagnostic tests, you will be given a number of treatment options. We will discuss with you all risks and benefits and help you determine which option is best for you.
In Case of Emergencies
If you have an emergency after normal office hours, you will be directed to go to the nearest hospital emergency room where you will be evaluated by the emergency room physician.