Pain Management

Texas Pain Network

It’s no secret that we’re all different. We all have different bodies, different nervous systems, different minds… the list goes on and on. And we process everything according to our own individual experience – including pain. This means when you’re looking to manage your pain, you need a plan that honors your individuality and adjusts accordingly to your personal needs, wants, goals and threshold.

We understand. At the Texas Pain Network, we offer a variety of pain management options as individualized as you are. Our goal is to decrease you pain, increase your quality of life and work with you every step of the way to ensure lasting results.

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Pain Management Treatment

When it comes to pain, you can manage it in a way that enables you to maintain your quality of life. However, when living with pain is not an option, you can treat it in a more aggressive manner that serves to alleviate the symptoms that are otherwise unmanageable.

Our pain management doctors strive to properly diagnose both acute and chronic pain issues to ensure a reduction in the physical, emotional and mental impact your pain has on you and your loved ones. Whether it’s:

  •  Joint pain due to arthritis
  •  Back or neck pain due to injury or disc degeneration
  •  Peripheral neuropathy due to diabetes
  •  Foot pain or piriformis syndrome due to overuse
  •  Or even overall pain due to disease or immune disorder
  •  And these are just to name a few

Ancillary Pain Treatments

Your pain management plan will be driven by feedback, not assumption, and will be customized continuously to your day-to-day experience. And there are plenty of physical, psychological and behavioral therapies to try that do not involve prescription medication or invasive procedures:

  •  Acupuncture
  •  Massage
  •  Water therapy
  •  Biofeedback
  •  Oral medications 
  •  Topical Treatments
  •  Physical Therapy
  •  Injection therapy
  •  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Depending on the nature of your pain, some of these therapies may be encouraged as part of your pain-management plan.