Who We Are
The Texas Comprehensive Spine Center offers a comprehensive approach to back and neck pain. With our team of orthopedic surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, exercise therapists and pain experts, we offer an all-inclusive, one-stop treatment facility.
Our Spine Surgeons
Dr. Eric Wieser is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, and his practice is focused on the treatment of spinal disorders. He is fellowship-trained in modern, minimally invasive techniques in spinal surgery, as well as complex reconstructive spinal surgery.
Dr. Michael Ramsey is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and spine specialist. His practice areas include laser spine solutions, surgical and non-surgical treatments, sciatica and pinched nerves. He is fellowship-trained in treating neck and back pain.
Non-Operative Spine Physicians
Dr. M. Todd Daniels is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, with an emphasis in outpatient musculoskeletal and sports medicine. His inpatient focus is neurology rehabilitation, especially non-surgical treatment of back and neck pain.
Dr. Troy Foster is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist with a focus on helping patients who suffer from lower back pain. Other practice areas include management of neuromuscular diagnoses, acute musculoskeletal injuries, electrodiagnostic studies, and sports medicine.
Dr. David Graybill is a board-certified anesthesiologist who has been practicing interventional pain management for over 30 years.
Dr. Joseph Kay specializes in non-operative management of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. He has extensive experience and training in spine disorders and pain management, including interventional procedures.
Commitment to Excellence
Our team approach to health care ranges from treating simple back or neck strains to the most complex spine surgery. No matter what the spine care need is, our team of healthcare professionals puts emphasis on patient education. That means spending time with each patient so that they understand diagnostic testing, surgical and non-surgical treatment options available to them, and rehabilitation needed in order for them to reach the best possible outcome.