Back pain is so prevalent in our society that it's the leading cause of disability. The Institute of Spinal Disorders has created a better way to manage spine care from start to finish. The Institute of Spinal Disorders utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach. We are able to offer our patients comprehensive care and deliver the right treatment solutions to take back your back.
We know that every patient is unique and there is no one-size-fits all solution to back or neck pain. Two patients with the same diagnosis could have very different treatment plans based on their goals. This is why the Institute of Spinal Disorders utilizes an integrated delivery system for state of the art operative and non-operative spine care. Simply put, we provide our patients the customized mix of services they need to make their back pain a thing of the past.
The mission of the Institute of Spinal Disorders is to provide our patients with advanced treatment options and compassionate care, utilizing a comprehensive approach to include both non-surgical and surgical options. The majority of patients in Dr. Robert Myles’ practice do not require surgery. You can trust Dr. Myles and his 22 years of experience in spine care. If you are ready to restore your lifestyle, get back to work or just realize a brighter tomorrow, call the Institute of Spinal Disorders for an appointment.
Together, let’s make it yours!
For more information on the Institute of Spinal Disorders call us today at 817-288-0084 or click here to make an appointment.
"He is very knowledgeable, polite and personable. He makes my care very easy to understand. I will refer all of my family and friends to him."
"He is a great doctor, I will refer everyone I know to him. I liked his bedside manner. He is a very good doctor."
- Minimally Invasive Laminectomy
- Fusion- ALIF: Anterior interbody fusion (AIF) Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF)
- PLF- Posterolateral gutter fusion
- PLIF Posterior lumber interbody fusion
- ACDF Anterior cervical discectomy with interbody fusion
- Artificial disc replacement cervical
- Posterior cervical fusion
- Posterior cervical laminectomy
- Reconstruction Surgery
- Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
- Knee Scope
- Carpel Tunnel Release
- Gluteal Repair
- Intralaminar Stabilization (Coflex)
- Sacral Iliac Joint Fusion
- Revision Surgery