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Plano Orthopedic & Spine Care

The Best Orthopedic Care

Holistiq Spine and Orthopedics is a full-service orthopedic center serving the DFW metroplex for many years. With clinic locations in Plano, Arlington, Irving, and surrounding communities, we specialize in non-invasive and non-surgical treatments for a wide range of orthopedic injuries and pain conditions. Our team includes specialists who treat neck, back, knee, hand/wrist, shoulder, hip, foot/ankle pain, as well as regenerative medicine options like stem cell therapy. What makes Holistiq unique is our whole-person approach to care. Rather than just treat symptoms, we craft personalized treatment plans that consider each patient’s overall health and lifestyle to deliver lasting relief and optimal well-being. Our goal is not just to eliminate pain, but to unlock our patients’ full health potential. With years of combined expertise, advanced regenerative treatments, and a holistic perspective, Holistiq helps DFW residents reclaim and maintain healthy, active lifestyles.

We work with most major insurances. 

Major health insurance accepted

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Our Orthopedic Care Services

Back Care

Neck Care

Shoulder Care

Hand & Wrist Care

Hip Care

Knee Care

Foot & Ankle Care

Regenerative Medicine

Resources and Education

We are committed to empowering our patients to actively participate in their orthopedic health and wellness. That’s why a key part of our treatment approach involves patient education and injury prevention. We take time to explain conditions, treatment options, and expected outcomes in easy-to-understand terms so patients can make informed decisions. Additionally, our physical therapists and healthcare team provide customized injury prevention and lifestyle recommendations tailored to each patient’s needs. These tips help patients improve posture, movement patterns, workplace ergonomics, and strength & flexibility training so they can avoid re-injury. We also offer health coaching for patients dealing with chronic pain. They will cover topics like back pain relief, sciatica exercises, and common running injuries – equipping attendees with take-home tools to integrate into their daily routines. Our goal is to deliver complete care – not just resolving pain in the moment, but providing the resources for long-term orthopedic health.

For more information, visit or Call Holistiq’s Plano Orthopedic clinic today to schedule an appointment.

Frequently asked questions

What are the common causes of orthopedic pain?

Orthopedic pain is a type of musculoskeletal pain that can arise from any part of the body’s bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. It can have numerous causes ranging from overuse injuries to degenerative diseases. Common causes of orthopedic pain include fractures or dislocations due to trauma (such as sports-related injuries), inflammatory conditions such as bursitis and tendonitis, repetitive strain injury, and arthritis.

How does a doctor diagnose orthopedic conditions?

When diagnosing an orthopedic condition, your doctor will typically review your medical history to identify any pre-existing conditions or risk factors that may contribute to it. They will then conduct a physical examination to assess your posture, range of motion, strength, and reflexes to determine the source of your symptoms. Diagnostic tests such as X-rays or MRI scans may also be ordered for further assessment.

What are the treatment options for orthopedic injuries?

Treatment options for orthopedic injuries vary depending on the specific condition but generally involve reducing inflammation with medications or braces/splints if needed in addition to physical therapy exercises designed to improve mobility and strength. Surgery may be recommended if conservative treatments fail or there are severe structural changes present within the affected area (e.g., torn ligament).

Are there any special considerations for athletes with orthopedic injuries?

People who are more prone to experiencing orthopedic issues—whether through genetics or lifestyle—can take certain preventive measures like maintaining proper form while exercising and stretching regularly before/after activities to avoid potential problems down the road such as strains, sprains, and tears. Athletes should also ensure they wear appropriate protective gear when participating in contact sports like football or hockey to reduce their chances of injury due to enhanced safety provided by these items against potentially harmful impacts generated through play collisions etc.

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