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Dr. Henrik Mike-Mayer, M.D., Texas Back Institute, Texas Back Institute Fellow, TBI, Rockwall Spine Surgeon, Rockwall Pain Doctor

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Dr. Henrik Mike-Mayer, M.D.  

https://www.becomepainfree.com/

Dr. Mike-Mayer is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon specializing in the non-operative and surgical treatment of spinal disorders. He completed his undergraduate degree at Drake University. He earned his medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry – New Jersey Medical School. He received his Orthopaedic training and was Chief Resident at the Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education in New Jersey. He completed a one year spine fellowship in Disorders of the Spine at Texas Back Institute. During this fellowship, he was exposed to the most complex spinal disorders and received training in the newest cutting-edge techniques and equipment. He continues to pursue training in the latest developments in spine surgery and is involved in clinical research including FDA IDE trials.

At BecomePainFree.com doctors group, our commitment to our patients is the highest level of personal and comprehensive attention and care.

To ensure the highest quality of patient care, Dr. Mike-Mayer and his staff carefully and thoroughly evaluate each and every patient’s condition and provide the highest level of non-operative and surgical care necessary to improve spinal health. Dr. Mike-Mayer manages a wide-range of spinal cases from children, adult and geriatric patients, injured workers and sports injuries.


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2504 Ridge Road, #206

Rockwall, TX 75087

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Spine Surgery, Back Surgery, Back Pain, Spine Pain, Pain, Accurate diagnosis

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A full and accurate diagnosis that starts and begins with your full medical history and physical and neurological examinations.  You and your doctor discuss your symptoms, when they developed, and treatment tried.  The doctor tests your reflexes and evaluates you for muscle weakness, loss of feeling, and signs of neurological injury.

A simple x-ray can help to rule out many different health problems.  Other diagnostic imaging studies may also include a CT or MRI series.  A MRI study is of particular use to assess nerve and/or spinal canal (cord) compression.  Your doctor from our group will explain the purpose of these and other tests about your spine pain, back pain or possible spine or back surgery.

Come learn more about our Spine Group today at https://www.becomepainfree.com/

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