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Craig C Callewart, MD
Dallas Orthopedic Treatment & Surgery

Exceptional Orthopedic Care for Dallas Patients

Been to websites that show pictures of distinguished looking doctors, but don’t tell the names of the practitioners doing treatment? Often this is because they are not medical doctors or they are practitioners who change every few months as the corporate owners and advertising dictates.

Craig C Callewart, MD’s family has been in dallas almost 60 years, his mother being a nurse and his father an orthopedic surgeon, also performing spinal surgery. He has practiced only on Dallas, and -being and independent physician (not owned by a hospital or insurance plan,) will not move to a different city when the advertising campaign is over or the hospital/insurance system is merged with one in another state.

Dr. Callewart is someone you can trust, as he has lived/worked in the same area for over 50 years, is part of a multigenerational medical family , and owns his own business. By owning his practice, he is free to prescribe treatments and use hospitals that are best for patient care.

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5 Star Rated Facility

Our facility is only one of four in the DFW metroplex to receive a 5-Star Rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
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What Is Referred Pain?

Do you occasionally find yourself experiencing “referred pains” in areas of the body other than where you have experienced trauma? They are a common occurrence caused by the natural workings of the nervous system. Learn more about this unique type of pain and treatment options available during a consultation with us at the office of Craig C. Callewart, M.D., P.A., in Addison or Dallas, TX!

Referred pain is a condition that causes a sensation of pain in an area of the body that differs from the area of the body where pain has been stimulated. It is a result of the complex nervous system. The brain may interpret nerve signals incorrectly to indicate pain in another area of the body.

This type of pain, which is also known as reflective pain, is often the result of an injury, condition, or weakness in another area of the body. It can also follow a past surgery, whether the procedure was not successful or the end results were not what you expected.

Referred pain may not be constant, but it may be chronic. It often occurs in flares, and it may be irritated by various factors, such as certain activities or certain weather conditions.

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Interactive Guide

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Back & Neck Pain Did you know that back and neck pain can be caused by inflammation, injury, or spinal abnormalities? The bones, ligaments, nerves and muscles of your neck support your head and allow for motion. Pain in this area can sometimes be an indicator of a larger concern which may require the care of an experienced physician.
Hip/Lower Lumbar Pain Do you know the potential causes of hip or lower lumbar pain? Throughout the course of your life your body will experience a series of microtraumas which can include the tearing of muscle, tendons, and stress to the bone. If you experience periodic or chronic pain in these areas of the body, you would most likely benefit from seeing an experienced physician who can assess the potential causes and prescribe the proper course of action.
Shoulder Pain Shoulder pain is very common and could be a result of injury or tearing. But did you know that shoulder pain can be a result of poor posture or other spinal related issue? The pain you feel in your shoulder can sometimes stem from an injury in another part of the body, including the neck and spine.

Back & Spine Pain

Have you started to feel more pain or discomfort in your back? Are you concerned that your experiences may be related to a larger health concern? During the natural aging process, our body begins to go through many natural changes. The production of important factors begins to slow, and this may reduce important cartilage or cushioning within the body. This may lead to chronic pain and discomfort, and many changes may be related to arthritis of the spine.
Foot and Ankle Pain Did you know that foot and ankle pain can sometimes be a result of a previous back or spine injury? Back and spine injuries can sometimes result in issues with posture and cause problems with your balance and coordination. Depending on the severity of the injury, pain can potentially manifest in other parts of the body.
Knee Pain Knee pain is most commonly caused by injury or muscle damage. But did know that a prior back, spinal cord injury, or nerve damage can also be an indirect cause of this pain? Back and spinal cord injuries can result in medical conditions like osteoarthritis spinal stenosis, sciatica, and other progressive conditions which, as a result, can affect your gait and posture, potentially impacting other parts of your body.
Head Aches Headaches may be caused from pinch nerves in the neck. These nerves send pain into the muscle that attaches on the skull and causes the head to hurt.

What Is Referred Pain?

Do you occasionally find yourself experiencing “referred pains” in areas of the body other than where you have experienced trauma? They are a common occurrence caused by the natural workings of the nervous system. Learn more about this unique type of pain and treatment options available during a consultation with us at the office of Craig C. Callewart, M.D., P.A., in Addison or Dallas, TX!
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Are You Suffering From Chronic Back Pain?

You may think that one part of the body hurts, when in fact, another part of the body, far removed from the pain, is the real source of trouble. This is known as referred pain. Many times, referred pain comes from pinched nerves in the neck, mid-back or lower spine.

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Outstanding Orthopedic Care in Dallas, Texas

Are you suffering with chronic pain due to a previous minimally-invasive procedure? Don’t be discouraged. When you’re in good hands, there is still hope.

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Most patients experiencing pain can be seen by Dr. Callewart or his physician assistant the same day in Dallas and Addison, Texas.

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