John Peloza, M.D., performs first U.S. Simplify two-level cervical artificial disc replacement

The first patient in the U.S. to receive the Simplify two-level cervical artificial disc replacement is doing quite well and the disc implantation went smoothly, according to John Peloza, M.D., who recently performed this first case. Dr. Peloza, who is a Simplify clinical study investigator, says the Simplify disc’s anatomical design can improve patient outcomes in multi-level procedures. Exciting news for neck pain sufferers! [Learn More]


The Center for Spine Care & Texas Back Institute Are Participating In Simplify Disc Study

Are you experiencing numbness, tingling or pain in your neck, shoulder or arm? Simplify Disc is a cervical artificial disc that may be of interest to you.

Simplify® Disc is an investigational device designed to:

  • Permit the full diagnostic imaging capability of MRI
  • Minimize patient exposure to ionizing radiation from CT scans
  • Be available in disc heights as low as 4mm to treat a broad range of patients

Simplify Disc –
Lateral View

Do You Qualify?

You must meet certain criteria to take part in Simplify® Trial:

  • Age 18-60
  • Diagnosis of cervical radiculopathy or myelopathy requiring treatment at one level
  • Failure to respond to non-surgical treatment
  • Ability to attend follow-up progress visits with your Center for Spine Care physician over a 24 month period and probably longer

Simplify Disc –
Cervical Artificial Disc

For more information, call the Center for Spine Care:

Download the Simplify Disc Patient Brochure:

Caution: Investigational device. Limited by
United States law to investigational use.

Stem Cell

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.