Information About General Surgery Services

Conditions we treat and Procedures at Preston Surgery Center

At Preston Surgery Center, we are a multi-specialty surgical practice in Frisco, TX for pain management, spine care, orthopedics, podiatry, and cardiology. We have served the DFW area with great care since 2013 with treatments and surgical procedures. Preston Surgery Center is accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF), which requires our physicians to be board-certified and fellowship-trained surgeons to perform surgical procedures at our facility. Our physician staff consists of some of the best physicians in North Dallas. Our main goal is to provide high-quality medical and surgical care at a transparent price. We are proud to be the first surgical facility in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX to offer our all-inclusive prices upfront. This creates transparency and predictability for you. You will receive one bill prior to a procedure, which will include anesthesia, surgeon, and surgery fees. Our business office hours are from 7:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Feel free to call us anytime during these hours if you have a question or concern.

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Many people complain of neck pain. We diagnose and treat patients with neck pain when at-home remedies and other methods no longer soothe these aches.

Your job, lifestyle factors, injuries, overused muscles, arthritic back, undiagnosed fractures, and more can contribute to chronic lower back pain.

If you have had previous back surgery to eliminate your chronic back pain and it did not work, you can consult with us for your failed back syndrome.

At Preston Surgery Center, we commonly treat patients of all ages for mild to severe headaches that are recurrent and interfere with daily tasks.

If you have upper and lower extremity joint pain, we invite you to consult with one of our specialists to discuss your acute or chronic pain issues.

A diagnostic nerve block allows our pain management specialist an avenue to numb painful nerves to locate the generator (or the origin) of the pain.

An intercostal nerve block can alleviate the pain within the chest wall or upper abdominal area through a series of injections guided by x-ray images.

Trigeminal and sphenopalatine nerve blocks are outpatient procedures at Preston Surgery Center for intense mid-face pain and chronic headaches.

Suppressing your chronic headaches with our pain management specialist may require a headache block, which is an outpatient approach to stop the pain.

A lumbar sympathetic block is commonly offered to patients with low back and leg pain (like sciatica) that is performed with the guidance of an x-ray.

Your tailbone has a collection of nerves called the ganglion of impar that can flare after pain has been triggered, and we can treat it with a block.

Epidural steroid injections may be recommended for patients who have significant pain from a traumatic injury, a spinal disorder, or a slipped disc.

Stellate, celiac, and hypogastric phenol blocks are pain management techniques for the abdominal area to eliminate pain from cancer, trauma, and more.

A radiofrequency (RF) thermocoagulation rhizotomy targets a nerve with heat to stop the signaling of pain with the brain using an ablative technique.

Our pain management specialists can strategically perform BOTOX injections for myofascial spasms and chronic headaches at Preston Surgery Center.

We provide cervical, lumbar, and thoracic facet injections for acute or chronic pain within the spine for degenerative conditions, trauma, and more.

For pain within the joints of the lower back and hips, we can offer sacroiliac joint steroid injections for pain, inflammation, arthritis, and more.

Joint injections for relieving pain issues and medical conditions that inflame the hips, shoulders, or knees are available to patients who qualify.

Trigger point injections offer relief to our pain patients with specific aches within their tightened muscles in their back, legs, arms, and/or neck.

Dorsal column stimulators can ease pain in your back and limbs because it is an implanted neuromodulator that sends electrical signals to your spine.

When spinal nerve stimulation is not an appropriate treatment, your surgeon may implant a peripheral nerve stimulator closer to the site of your pain.

Baclofen intrathecal infusion pumps can deliver a muscle relaxant (via a pump surgically placed into your abdomen) for spasms within your spinal cord.

Your pain treatment may include the use of a morphine infusion pump when you need long-term relief for conditions causing chronic pain, like cancer.

A lumbar discogram is a diagnostic test that uses innovative x-ray technology and a specialized dye to capture images of the discs within the spine.

An endoscopic discectomy, which is minimally invasive spine surgery, can be performed for bulging discs within the spine using a very small incision.

Our team at Preston Surgery Center can diagnose and treat osteoarthritis with our state-of-the-art technologies and innovative orthopedic treatments.

Over time, repetitive movements can cause significant damage to your body. Overuse injuries can be diagnosed and treated at Preston Surgery Center.

No matter what type of athlete you are, you can have a sports injury to your bones, muscles, tendons, nerves, and more. We are here when you need us.

Our orthopedics team, led by Dr. Valente, can provide you with imaging, treatment, and surgical solutions for fractures at Preston Surgery Center.

Hammertoe is a progressive deformity of the toes that involves muscles, tendons, and ligaments that cause the toes to rest in a bent position.

If you have a bony bump at the base of your big toe that makes the joint jut out of position and crowds in on your other toes, you may have a bunion.

Many patients endure the pain of plantar fasciitis, which is the thickening of the tissues in the bottom of your feet that attaches heels to toes.

Our podiatrists, Dr. Swails and Dr. Lloyd, can diagnose and treat patients of all ages with a mild or severe flat foot (pes planus) deformity.

Heel pain beneath the heel or behind the heel that does not improve with rest and icing the area may be an undiagnosed chronic condition of the foot.

When the corner of a toenail grows within the skin, you can develop a swollen, painful, and infected ingrown toenail that can make wearing shoes hard.

When conventional methods of relieving your throbbing Achilles tendonitis will not soothe or lessen the pain, make an appointment with our team.

We evaluate sprained ankles for patients who believe they have severely torn the ligaments in their ankle or broke a bone when the sprain happened.

You can develop bony projections called bone spurs or heel spurs on one or both heel bones that will cause pain to radiate into the arch of your foot.

As a form of arthritis, gout (or gouty arthritis) that is left untreated may cause joint damage, immobility, and chronic pain in the affected joint.

A pinched nerve, known as Morton's neuroma, will cause pain and discomfort in the ball of the foot, especially between the third and fourth toes.

At Preston Surgery Center, we can provide state-of-the-art imaging to evaluate the stress fracture in your foot with an x-ray, MRI, and/or bone scan.

Slow-to-heal wounds and ulcers on your feet require special care if you have poor blood circulation and/or other medical conditions, like diabetes.

When the ligament in the center of your knee needs to be surgically repaired, you may need to have an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.

Ankle arthroscopy is provided to patients needing a diagnosis and/or treatment for an ankle, which can happen all within the same surgical procedure.

Our orthopedic surgeons treat cubital or carpal tunnel syndrome with release surgery when conservative methods don't relieve pain or chronic symptoms.

When you need hand or wrist surgery, like trigger finger repair, to regain functionality, you can turn to our orthopedic surgeon for expert guidance.

With an arthroscope, your orthopedic surgeon can diagnose the problem within a knee and perform knee arthroscopy to treat the joint issue within it.

Our surgeons offer shoulder repair surgeries from rotator cuff to labral and SLAP tear repairs in our AAAASF-accredited surgery center in Frisco, TX.

Broken or fractured bones may need immediate treatment or surgery with an experienced orthopedic surgeon to regain functionality of that body part.

From nonsurgical treatments to minimally invasive spinal surgeries, Dr. Mark Valente and our team can treat your pinched nerve, or nerve compression.

Radiating pain from the neck to the arms may be a symptom of a pinched nerve in the neck. You may feel weakness from your neck and into your fingers.

Narrowing of the spinal column is a medical condition known as spinal stenosis that can cause pain and other symptoms, like loss of muscle control.

Spondylolysis is a spinal condition in patients of all ages that results from a fracture in the vertebra of the lower spine (4th or 5th vertebrae).

Nerves within your lower back can develop a nerve compression disorder called lumbar radiculopathy with pain on either side in your back and leg.

Showing no symptoms in the early stages, osteoporosis is a progressive bone condition that causes your bones to become porous and weak as you age.

When the joints of the spine become painfully arthritic, you may have a condition called facet arthritis that can make everyday movements difficult.

Many patients describe a sciatica condition as stabbing pain that runs from the lower back and down the leg on one side that makes moving difficult.

When you have degenerative disc disease, the discs between the bones of your spine will deteriorate and cause pain and inflammation in your back.

Minimally invasive spine surgery, like a discectomy, at Preston Surgery Center involves using smaller incisions than traditional open spine surgery.

Anterior Cervical Discectomy & Fusion, also known as ACDF surgery, is available for our patients with a degenerative, painful disc within their neck.

If you have had a spinal compression fracture, our orthopedic spine surgeon may suggest kyphoplasty to eliminate deformity or curvature of the spine.

Chronic back pain and spinal pressure may be alleviated by a laminectomy, which is back surgery that removes bones and tissues pressing on the spine.

Dr. Suleman can place an implantable loop recorder near your heart to study your heartbeats and determine if you have an underlying heart condition.

Explanting a loop recorder is a quick procedure by Dr. Suleman who will remove the implanted device after collecting substantial data from the study.

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