Dallas Spine Pain Center
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North American Spine is proud to provide a high quality experience for every patient. Each of our locations provides a variety of attractions, shopping opportunities and fine dining experiences – allowing you to turn your procedure into an enjoyable, and potentially life-changing trip.
Enjoy the best shopping in Texas, four-and five-diamond/star hotels and restaurants, more than 13 entertainment districts plus an urban arts district, and much more. Blend in moderate weather, year-round sports and true Southern hospitality for a true “taste” of Dallas.
11990 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75243
Dr. Kelly Will
Forest Park Medical Center is a new, state-of-the-art medical facility. With unsurpassed service, exemplary care, and the highest quality medical environment, prepare to have your expectations exceeded. From staff to technology and techniques, Forest Park brings together the best of the best in one top-notch, full-service acute care hospital.
Located just a few minutes north of downtown Dallas, Forest Park is near some of the finest dining, entertainment, and attractions that Texas has to offer.
2301 Marsh Lane
Plano, TX 75093
Dr. Jason A. Williams
For most of us, the need for medical care is a reality and necessity of modern life. What distinguishes Victory Medical Centers from other hospitals is an almost unheard of dedication to excellence on a patient-by-patient basis. Health of mind, body, and spirit has received thoughtful consideration. The result … plush, all-private, oversized patient suites, gourmet food, 1:1 nurse to patient ratio, and a facility with first-class feel that relaxes and soothes.
Victory Medical Centers are part of a growing network of specialized surgical hospitals throughout Texas. Our modern, comfortable hospitals include oversized surgical suites, special procedure rooms, and private inpatient suites. Each suite features complimentary wi-fi Internet, a flat-screen television, made-to-order gourmet meals, and ample room for family and other visitors.
1612 Hurst Town Center Drive
Hurst, TX 76054
All Victory Healthcare centers place emphasis on exceptional patient experiences. Victory Healthcare’s Mid Cities locations offers patients comfort and quality care with leading-edge technology and personal care.
Victory Medical Center Mid-Cities offers a first class experience for all patients. The facility includes four operating suites, two special procedure rooms, 20 private inpatient suites, and a gourmet chef on staff for patients and family. The surgical hospital offers luxurious amenities and provides a one-to-one nurse to patient ratio.
The surgical center is staffed with a robust professional and clinical staff dedicated to patient outcomes and delivering personalized care. Each part of Victory Mid-Cities has been designed to ensure the hospital’s patients experience a superior level of care and comfort.
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Residence Inn by Marriott – Dallas Park Central
7642 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75251
Conveniently located in the heart of Dallas, the Residence Inn offers guests spacious suites with a fully-equipped kitchen, living room and work space with free Wi-Fi. Guests also will enjoy complimentary breakfast, light evening dinner with beer and wine and shuttle service.
5300 E. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75206
Stylish and sophisticated, this boutique hotel is ideally centered between the vibrant, upscale Lakewood and Park Cities neighborhoods, and just off North Central Expressway. Each luxurious guestroom features high-speed Internet access, Italian Frette linens and pillow-top mattresses, ETRO bath amenities, 32” flat-screen television with DVD/CD player, honor bar with gourmet and organic treats, 24-hour room service, complimentary morning newspaper, and complimentary coffee and tea service. A heated outdoor infinity pool and on-site Exhale Spa add to the upscale ambiance.
Hyatt Place Park Central
12411 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75243
Each well-appointed room in this comfortable haven includes a 42-inch flat screen television, refrigerator, DVD player, triple sheeting and down blankets, sofa bed, shower/tub combinations, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. Amenities include an outdoor pool, fitness facility, and concierge service. An on-site coffee shop, café and lounge provide convenient dining options.
Embassy Suites Dallas Park Central
13131 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75243
Conveniently located near Highway 75 and I-635, Embassy Suites offers home-like amenities for your comfort. Spacious two-room suites feature a separate living area and private bedroom outfitted with a sofa bed, two 37” flat-screen high-definition televisions, a dining/work table, microwave, coffeemaker, mini refrigerator, alarm/clock radio with MP3 connection, two phones with data ports and wi-fi access. Start the day with a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast and end the day with a relaxing beverage at our complimentary evening reception. Enjoy an energizing workout in the fully equipped 24-hour fitness center or our heated outdoor pool. The complimentary hotel shuttle service provides transportation to anywhere within a three-mile radius.
Hyatt Place – Ft. Worth/Hurst
1601 Hurst Town Center Drive
Hurst, TX 76054
Hyatt Place combines style and comfort for its guests with modern guest rooms and complimentary am entities. Each guest room is equipped with the signature Hyatt Grand Bed, 42” HDTVs, and spacious bathrooms with granite countertops. Guests can enjoy complimentary wi-fi and complimentary hot breakfast each morning. The hotel has a 24-hour fitness center and a ready-to eat sandwich and salad Grab ‘n Go case for guests who want to take their meal on the go.
2121 McKinney Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
Known as the “father of Southwest cuisine,” chef Dean Fearing achieved superstar status as the executive chef of the Mansion on Turtle Creek. Now his signature “elevated American cuisine” is the heart of a bold menu at his restaurant Ritz-Carlton in downtown Dallas. Texas farm-to-market seasonal fare, gracious service, the Rattlesnake Bar and distinctive dining rooms have earned it “Restaurant of the Year” accolades from Esquire Magazine, and the number one spot in Zagat’s “Hotel Dining in the U.S.”
1807 Ross Avenue
Dallas, TX 75201
After serving as the inspiration at some of America’s most renowned restaurants—Routh Street Cafe, Baby Routh, and Star Canyon—legendary chef Stephan Pyles introduces “new millennium Southwestern cuisine”—a global tapestry of tastes, flavors, aromas and textures from Texas, South America, Spain, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Located in the Dallas Arts District, the restaurant combines art, food and design in an imaginative way that has earned ardent praise from Food & Wine, Esquire, Texas Monthly, Southern Living, Saveur Magazine, and many others.
Tei-An Soba House and Sushi
One Arts Plaza, 1722 Routh Street #110
Dallas, TX 75201
Tei-An Soba House and Sushi is home to noted chef and restaurateur Teiichi “Teach” Sakurai, who is the culinary heart of this authentic Japanese. Enjoy soba noodlesthat Sakurai skillfully makes by hand from nutty-tasting buckwheat flour. The noodles can be served cold or hot, and come with a flavorful assortment of dipping sauces. Warm and exotic, Tei-An also offers unique rice dishes, flawless tempura, and delicious sake cocktails.
5027 West Lovers Lane
Dallas, TX 75209
Tucked in a nondescript strip mall that belies its superstar status, this casual culinary hotspot features a casual atmosphere and an “everyman” menu of innovative comfort foods created by chef-owner Nick Badovinus. Here, there’s something for everyone. Nightly specials are favorites—especially Friday night’s pounded pheasant Milanese. While foodies appreciate new flavors served up in entrees like the 10-ounce, corn-fed, flat-iron steak served with skinny fries, burger lovers will appreciate the Cleaver & Block burger, a hands-down favorite for the title “best gourmet burger in Dallas.”
1628 Oak Lawn Ave #110
Dallas, TX 75207
The huge oak tree outside this Design District restaurant may have inspired its name and decor, but the world travels of chef Jason Maddy and owners Richard and Tiffanee Ellman are the spark behind its inventive global cuisine. A short nine months after it opened its doors, Bon Appétit hailed Oak as one of the “Top 50 Best New Restaurants” for imaginative offerings such as Moroccan octopus and pork jowls appetizers, inspired by the Ellmans’ honeymoon in North Africa. Maddy’s veal schnitzel with lingonberry, and spaetzle seasoned with nutmeg and Gruyère were honed during his days cooking in Austria.
2821 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75219
Long hailed as Dallas’s best restaurant for fine dining, the five-star Mansion Restaurant has been delighting guests for more than 30 years. The proud tradition of culinary excellence and exquisite service continues as Michelin-starred chef Bruno Davaillon—a finalist for the 2012 James Beard Award—delivers an inviting and approachable dining experience. Davaillon’s contemporary American cuisine with French influences reveals the “brilliance of simplicity”—an approach that combines the freshest and finest ingredients in ways that maximize their flavor and texture.
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N. Harwood Street
Dallas, TX 75201
The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) ranks among the nation’s leading art institutions, and is distinguished by its innovative exhibitions, and broad array of activities, and groundbreaking programs designed to engage visitors of all ages. Today, the DMA boasts a permanent collection that contains more than 22,000 works of art from all cultures and time periods, spanning 5,000 years of human creativity. The museum is especially known for its arts of the ancient Americas, Africa, Indonesia, and South Asia; European and American painting, sculpture, and decorative arts; and American and international contemporary art. General admission is free.
JFK Memorial and Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
411 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75202
Designed by renowned American architect Philip Johnson, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza features an open tomb that symbolizes the freedom of the president’s spirit. Visitors may enter a room within the memorial after a short walk up a slight incline embossed with concrete squares. Nearby, on the sixth and seventh floors of an early 20th-century warehouse formerly known as the Texas School Book Depository, the Sixth Floor Museum houses a permanent exhibit that chronicles President Kennedy’s life, death, and legacy through photography, artifacts, and feature films. Visitors can also explore the museum store and reading room—an extensive library of books, audiovisual resources and artifacts.
The Dallas Arboretum
8525 Garland Road
Dallas, TX 75218
The Dallas Arboretum, one of the most beautiful outdoor attractions in Dallas, features
66 acres of spectacular display gardens that showcase seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees and plant collections in a serene setting on White Rock Lake. The Arboretum is home to seasonal outdoor festivals, concerts, art shows and more. Throughout the year, guests enjoy both indoor and outdoor dining in either Restaurant DeGolyer in the historic DeGolyer House or on the Lula Mae Slaughter Dining Terrace overlooking downtown Dallas.
8687 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75225
Named one of the “Seven Retail Wonders of the Modern World” by Shopping Centers Today, NorthPark Center offers an unparalleled shopping experience with more than 235 luxury retailers, upscale boutiques, and appetizing restaurants. The center is anchored by four department stores—Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Macy’s and Dillard’s—and includes fashionable shops such as Bulgari, Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Valentino, Bottega Veneta, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Michael Kors, and many others. In addition to world-class shopping, NorthPark Center features a magnificent backdrop of art—including works by Andy Warhol, Mark di Suvero, Frank Stella, Joel Shapiro, Jim Dine, Jonathan Borofsky, and many others.
The Perot Museum of Science and Nature
2201 N. Field Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Located in Victory Park near downtown Dallas, the $185 million museum has been called a “world of wonder” by The Dallas Morning News. Designed to spark curiosity in all ages, it offers an amazing array of hands-on learning experiences that explore the natural wonders of the world around us. In addition, the museum’s permanent natural history collections contain more than 100,000 ancient paleontology, geology, and zoological specimens. Eleven permanent exhibit halls include a children’s museum and halls dedicated to sports, discovering life, being human, engineering and innovation, dynamic earth, energy, gems and minerals, the expanding universe, life then and now, and birds.
Arts & Culture
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201
A cornerstone of the downtown Dallas Arts District, this renowned concert hall is home to the world-class Dallas Symphony Orchestra and other Dallas-based cultural organizations—including the Turtle Creek Chorale, the Dallas Wind Symphony, and the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei, the Meyerson’s impressive architectural features, grand open spaces, elegant mix of materials and unsurpassed acoustics make it the preeminent environment for exceptional live performances in Dallas.
AT&T Performing Arts Center
2403 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Nestled on 10 acres in the downtown Dallas Arts District, the center includes a collection of elegant performance spaces—including the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House—that present a variety of programs including Broadway musicals and plays, contemporary dance and music, as well as other touring and community performances. The center also provides performance space for local performing arts organizations such as The Dallas Opera, Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Texas Ballet Theater, and Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico.
American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Avenue
Dallas, TX 75219
The $420 million American Airlines Center anchors Victory Park, a vibrant 72-acre urban gathering space near downtown Dallas, and is the home venue for the National Basketball Association’s Dallas Mavericks and the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars. When it’s not filled with sports fans, the center presents the biggest names in music and entertainment—everyone from the Eagles and Beyoncé to Pink and X Factor auditions.
Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Located next to the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center houses a world-class collection of modern and contemporary sculpture curated by the late Raymond and Patsy Nasher. The center serves as an international focal point and catalyst for the study, installation, conservation, and appreciation of modern and contemporary sculpture. On view in its indoor gallery spaces and outdoor garden is a rotating exhibition of works by Harry Bertoia, Constantin Brâncuşi, Alexander Calder, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Paul Gauguin, Willem de Kooning, Mark di Suvero, Alberto Giacometti, Barbara Hepworth, Ellsworth Kelly, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Claes Oldenburg, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Richard Serra, David Smith, and many others.
George W. Bush Presidential Center
2943 SMU Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75205
The George W. Bush Presidential Center offers a new and revealing look into the decisions and events of the Bush Presidency. Located on the picturesque campus of Southern Methodist University, the center includes the Bush Presidential Library and Museum that features important artifacts—including a piece of the World Trade Center. An interactive “Decision Points Theater” allows visitors to make real-time crisis decisions similar to those made by President Bush. Visitors can even sit behind President Bush’s desk in the full-scale replica of the Oval Office.
The Dallas Cowboys
During home games, America’s team battles it out in one of the the most spectacular stadiums in the NFL—Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Cowboys fans keep hoping the team will make a return to the glory days, a time when the team racked up 20 straight winning seasons (an NFL record that remains unchallenged to this day). Despite their dramatic ups and downs, the Cowboys still share the record for most Super Bowl appearances (eight) with the Pittsburgh Steelers—and an impressive eight NFC championships. No wonder Forbes recently named the Cowboys the highest-valued (approximately $2.1 billion) sports franchise in the history of the United States, and second in the world, behind Manchester United of the English Premier League. No doubt about it, the Dallas Cowboys still know how to thrill their fans.
The 2011 NBA champs heat up the court at American Airlines Center under the watchful eye of their owner and number one fan—colorful billionaire Mark Cuban. Since their inaugural 1980–81 season, the Mavs have won three division titles (1987, 2007, 2010), two conference championships (2006, 2011), and one NBA Championship (2011). Whether they are up or down, nearly 20,000 die-hard fans pack the American Airlines Center every home game to cheer on Dirk and the guys.
Texas Rangers Baseball
The boys of summer—AKA the Texas Rangers—take to the field at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, one of Major League Baseball’s most beautiful ballparks. The inside pitch, the crack of the bat, and stealing home are all part of a ritual played out under big blue skies with tens of thousands rooting for Darvish, Cruz, and Nathan.
Impressive speed, big shots, and even bigger blocks—the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars give it their all out on the ice. With seven division titles in Dallas, two President’s Trophies as the top regular season team in the NHL, two Western Conference championships, and as Stanley Cup winners in 1999, they are among the league’s most respected teams. With a storied pedigree, fresh new talent and fire in their belly, the Stars are poised to make big things happen. You can catch them in all their glory at the American Airlines Center.