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    "BecauseĀ of Dr. Geck I am pain free. Thanks for giving QUALITY back to my life."

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    "I can now tumble with confidence after my scoliosis surgery with Dr. Geck."

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    "Dr. Geck corrected my 87 degree spine curve. I am now back to doing the activities I love."

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    "I am enjoying the outdoors for the first time I can remember without back pain."

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    "I have found a new level confidence after my treatment with Dr. Geck."

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    "Dr. Geck made it possible to live pain free once again."

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    Not only am I pain free, I have a whole new posture thanks to Dr. Geck.

What sets Dr. Geck Apart?

Dr. Geck has been providing scoliosis care in Austin, Texas since 2002, and has one of largest spinal deformity practices in the southwestern United States. He has performed over 1500 spine operations. He specializes in the advanced care of scoliosis, spinal deformity, and other complex spine problems in patients of every age, child and adult alike.

  • Philosophy of Care

    We exist to serve children and adults with scoliosis, spinal deformities, and other complex spine problems in a patient and family centered, disease focused, multidisciplinary center. All patients with scoliosis, spinal deformities, and complex spinal problems deserve an opportunity to live an active, normal life.

  • Experience

    Dr. Matthew Geck has devoted his career to caring for patients with scoliosis, kyphosis, and complex spinal problems. He has one of the largest spinal deformity practices in southwest United States, with years of experience treating scoliosis and kyphosis in children, adolescents, and adults.

  • Motion Preserving Solutions

    The treatment options for scoliosis continue to advance in partnership with the new predictive knowledge that genetic testing for idiopathic scoliosis can give us in children and adolescents. Dr. Geck specializes in various minimally invasive surgical techniques to get patients back to activity.

Minimally Invasive Scoliosis Specialist

We believe that the best quality healthcare comes from a well-informed patient. Medicine has become extremely specialized. Caring for patients who have been injured on the job is one of the specialties at Scoliosis Texas.

  • Scoliosis

    Surgery may be required in order to correct the spinal curve. Surgery is usually only recommended for large, progressive curves or in those patients who have nerve pain that steadily worsens. These surgeries can be extremely complicated, and a person should invest a great deal of time in selecting a spine surgeon who subspecializes in using the most current (fourth generation) corrective techniques. More.

  • Kyphosis

    When treating kyphosis, the cause of the disease must first be considered. Some cases require surgery early on, while other times, bracing and physical therapy may be the best course of action. Although bracing can help reduce pain symptoms, it is less successful at fixing the underlying problem of a curved spine, especially in adults. More.

  • Previously Operated

    Many patients with a previously operated scoliosis or spine may have had an operation with an older technique, had a newly degenerative spine next to the previous operation, or fell in to the small percentage of patients who do not heal. Dr. Geck has a very high success rate by using good indications, modern techniques, modern instrumentation, and focused medical management. More.

Do you have Pain?

Dr. Geck has been providing scoliosis care in Austin, Texas since 2002, and has one of largest spinal deformity practices in the southwestern United States. He has performed over 1500 spine operations. He specializes in the advanced care of scoliosis, spinal deformity, and other complex spine problems in patients of every age, child and adult alike.

  • Traditional Options

    Texas Spine & Scoliosis is experienced in working with patients of all ages and activity levels from children to senior citizens, college or professional athletes to homemakers.

  • Video-assisted Surgery

    While you may be able to use watchful waiting for simple back or neck pain, other symptoms like numbness or weakness in a leg or arm need to be seen a spine specialist.

  • Minimally Invasive Surgery

    Mimally Invasive techniques allow surgeons to reduce the length of the incision, which causes less disruption to muscles and ligaments for a faster and less painful recovery.

Do you Need an Appointment?

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