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Announcing New Spine Team Texas Richardson (North Dallas) Clinic and Carver Wilkins, MD, Joins the Medical Staff

Welcomes spine pain management specialist to practice


Spine Team Texas announces the opening of their fifth North Texas clinic. Ten years ago, the flagship Spine Team Texas office opened in Southlake, Texas. Since that time, the dedicated team of spine specialists has responded to the rapid growth of their patient population by opening additional offices to better treat their neighbors.

The opening of the North Dallas clinic in Richardson, Texas, also welcomes Carver Wilkins, M.D., to the Spine Team Texas family of physicians and specialists. Dr. Wilkins will join two of their partner physicians: Anthony Berg, M.D., a spine pain anesthesiologist; and Leonard Kibuule, M.D., an orthopedic spine surgeon specializing in minimally invasive spine surgery techniques.

The new office will be Spine Team Texas’ first clinic in the North Dallas market, providing comprehensive spine care to the growing area. “Our expansion has been carefully planned to reach the patient populations currently underserved with regard to comprehensive spine care,” says Mark Hood, CEO of Spine Team Texas. “Our goal is to provide specialized spine care convenient to where people live. The North Dallas corridor is experiencing extensive growth recently within the medical community and we are proud to be a part of this growth.”

The office’s strategic location allows for easy access (at George Bush Tollway and Renner—near campus of new Methodist Hospital) for those residing in Rockwall, Dallas, Kaufman, and Collin counties. The clinic will be open full-time with spine specialists offering the full spectrum of spine care—both nonsurgical and surgical.

The newest Spine Team Texas clinic is located at: 3509 Spectrum Boulevard, Suite B, Richardson, Texas, 75082; phone: 972-772-9600.

Meet Dr. Carver Wilkins, physical medicine and rehabilitation physician
WilkinsCarver Wilkins, M.D., joins Spine Team Texas after completing an interventional spine and sports medicine fellowship at Orthopaedic and Spine Specialists in York, Pennsylvania. He graduated from medical school in May 2009 and went on to complete his residency at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2013. He is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation. A former college football player, Dr. Wilkins has a special interest in sports medicine and senior adults. He will provide nonsurgical spine care and diagnostics to Spine Team Texas patients at their newest North Dallas (Richardson) clinic.

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