The exceptional provider of the AccuraScope® procedure, North American Spine™, has today disclosed that they will construct 4,000 sq. ft. of feasible space to their headquarters at Dallas. The decision was made to make room for prospective expansion plans and the expeditious growth of the facility.
North American Spine has grown rapidly making this its third expansion in a period of six years. “To see how much we’ve grown over the past six years is a testament to the hard work of our staff,” said Jon Sasser, Director of Public Relations at North American Spine. “It also shows how more and more patients are putting their faith in us to treat their chronic pain. It’s a very exciting time here at North American Spine.”
The expansion offers accommodation for increased specialists from various fields. “Patient care is always our top priority,” said Chance McElhaney, VP of Operations at North American Spine. “In order to do that at a high level, we need to continue to add staff which led to this latest expansion.”
The new facility, Crescent Medical Center is located a few miles south of North American Spine’s headquarters in Dallas. It is newly refurbished with four VIP suites, 84 inpatient beds, an outpatient specialty facility and two ultra-modern operating suites. The outpatient clinic is provided with two procedure rooms and ten beds. The facility is spacious and offers a soothing atmosphere located in the peculiar outskirts of Lancaster. Crescent Medical Center Lancaster is a unit of the Crescent Hospital System, a group of hospitals committed to providing benevolent and quality care in a technologically upgraded environment.
North American Spine provides AccuraScope procedure, an ingenious pain management procedure that is used to analyze and treat chronic back pain and neck pain problems such as sciatica, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease and more.
The process entails a live x-ray and a small incision where a fiber-optic scope is inserted into the incision through the skin to a natural opening in the spine. Some instruments are then used to treat the damaged parts. The procedure lasts for 30 to 40 minutes, and the patient feels immediate relief.