John Peloza, M.D., of the Center for Spine Care is a national expert and pioneer of many technologies and treatments for back and neck pain. One of the earliest treatments he was on the forefront of is the micro-endoscopic discectomy. The technique uses tiny incisions, and very small endoscopes so that patients recover much quickly than traditional surgery. This Fox 4 News story from a few years ago features an interview with Dr. Peloza and a patient who underwent a microdiscectomy:
An early pioneer in minimally-invasive spine treatments, John Peloza, M.D., founder of the Center for Spine Care, is an industry leader, who has been developing tools and techniques for minimally-invasive surgery since 1996. He has received numerous technology design awards, holds intellectual property patents, co-authored multitudes of articles, and sits on scientific advisory boards of multiple companies. He is continuously voted a Best Doctor in Dallas and Collin Counties, Best Doctors in America (only 4% of the nation’s doctors), Top Surgeon in America, the 50 Best Spine Specialists in America, the Texas Super Doctors Hall of Fame (for more than a decade of consecutively being selected), and the Castle Connolly America’s Top Doctors.
Center for Spine Care offers stem cell therapy as a conservative treatment to promote natural healing for back or neck pain. Utilizing mesenchymal stem cells, this new method is used to treat patients with neck and back pain caused from degenerative disc disease.