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MD Spine Care and Orthopaedics, with two locations in San Antonio, Texas, specializes in various types of orthopaedic surgical procedures for many spinal conditions. Led by Frank K. Kuwamura III, MD, the practice provides expert diagnosis and innovative treatments to help patients relieve their pain and improve their well-being.

MD Spine Care and Orthopaedics is experienced in treating conditions that affect the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, including fractures, spinal stenosis, tumors, sciatica, spinal infections, and much more. The team offers a wide range of surgical procedures, including spinal fusion, neck surgery, regenerative spinal surgery, spine surgery, and orthopedic surgery. For patients with orthopaedic injuries and conditions, they offer regenerative medicine treatments, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy to promote healing.

In addition, the state-of-the-art practice utilizes the latest technologies and diagnostic imaging to ensure accurate and prompt results. The team always takes time to make sure patients understand their treatment options, and if surgery is needed, the expert surgeons offer minimally invasive procedures so patients can recover quicker and with fewer complications.

For expert orthopaedic care and surgery, call MD Spine Care and Orthopaedics or book an appointment online to learn more.

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Stem Cell Therapy

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Spinal Fusion

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Spinal Stenosis

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Neck Surgery

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Orthopedic Surgery

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Regenerative Spinal Surgery

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