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Welcome to Pine Creek Medical Center

Pine Creek Medical Center is a physician-owned and operated hospital serving more than 6 million people in Dallas/Fort Worth and beyond. In 2005 a group of physicians opened Pine Creek Medical Center as a means to better serve the needs of their own patients. A state-of-the-art hospital, Pine Creek has a surgical staff boasting some of the most highly ranked physicians in Dallas/Fort Worth, including many who are listed among D magazine’s Best Doctors. A mission to provide each patient with a highly caring environment and cutting edge treatments drives every member of the team.

Pine Creek is accredited by both The Joint Commission (JCAHO) and the International Board of Medicine and Surgery (IBMS) and has 170+ physicians with full privileges representing a broad range of specialties.

The hospital includes fully digital, integrated and completely wireless operating rooms. High definition video equipment, advanced microscopes and precision instruments facilitate a variety of minimally invasive procedures. These medical advances results in less pain, shorter overnight hospital stays, reduced scarring and faster healing time for most patients.

Pine Creek was ranked above average on all 10 publicly reported patient satisfaction questions. The hospital is preferred by patients for the expert, personalized care, as well as the exceptional convenience, comfort and service that exceeds expectations.

EXCELLENCE IN SURGICAL HEALTHCARE

Please explore Medical Services, or contact us personally for physician referrals you may require. Main line: 214.231.CARE (2273)

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Appendectomy

What is the Appendix? The human appendix is a small, 3 to 4-inch tube attached to the cecum – the junction that connects the small bowel (intestine) to the large intestine. It is a worm-like appendage (hence the term appendix), that is also termed as ‘cecal appendix’ or ‘vermiform appendix.’ Do I Need My Appendix? […]

Cholecystectomy

What is the Gallbladder? The human gallbladder is a small pear-shaped organ located at the upper-right side of the abdomen hiding under the liver. It stores a combination of fluids, some fats, cholesterol, and the bile. How Does the Gallbladder Work? The gallbladder’s principal function is to store bile, a substance that helps the digestive […]

Splenectomy

What is the Spleen? The spleen is a lymphatic organ situated behind the lower ribs at the upper left side of the abdomen. It lies near the tail (tip) of the pancreas, beneath our diaphragm and at the back of the stomach. Do I Need My Spleen? The spleen plays a vital role as an […]

tarlov cyst institute

Welcome to the Tarlov Cyst Institute

“TARLOV CYST INSTITUTE COMMITMENT TO A.C.T.”

Awareness & Medical Education
Contribution to Medical Knowledge Through Outcomes Research
Team Treatment for the Global Community

NEUROSURGICAL EXCELLENCE

Frank Feigenbaum, M.D. is part of a unique multi-disciplinary team providing neurosurgical care with a strong focus on meningeal cysts, such as Tarlov cysts.Dr. Feigenbaum is the only neurosurgeon in the world who has treated over 1,500+ symptomatic Tarlov cyst patients with statistically significant outcomes study results. His refined surgical treatment incorporates the newest advances in neurosurgical care, including computer-assisted image guided and minimally invasive approaches to surgery.

DEBILITATING BACK PAIN

Many patients who seek Dr. Feigenbaum’s expertise have experienced countless specialty physician visits, multiple surgeries and feel like they are at the end of their rope. With debilitating back pain, everyday life and activities become impossible. Tarlov cysts are dilations of the nerve root sheaths that create abnormal sacs filled with spinal fluid causing progressively painful radiculopathy (nerve pain). If left untreated, patients suffer incredible pain and dysfunction with the disease remaining undetected for far too long.

SUCCESSFUL OUTCOMES

Frank Feigenbaum, M.D. has treated more than 1,500+ Tarlov and meningeal cyst patients. His specialized techniques and outcomes during the past few years singles him out as the only Tarlov Cyst surgeon worldwide to show statistical improvements in his patients. Partnering with Sarah Cannon Research Institute (a strategic research organization focusing on advancing therapies for patients) and Medical City IRB adds credibility and independent validation of these improvements.

ADVANCES IN NEUROSURGICAL CARE

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MIS): Dr. Feigenbaum is fully trained in surgical techniques which involve making smaller incisions and reducing the amount of tissue damage beneath the skin. In neurosurgery, minimally invasive surgery is accomplished with the aid of specially designed instruments which assist in visualization of the surgical field.

Image Guided Surgery: Dr. Feigenbaum keeps current with new advances in computer assisted technologies for image analysis, diagnostic/preoperative planning and surgical navigation using 3D virtual image of the surgical field.

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