Interventional pain management aims to reduce your chronic pain to help you focus on your primary treatment for the underlying medical condition, such as arthritis or back pain. Texas Pain Institute specializes in interventional pain management for residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake, and the nearby areas of Texas.
What is Interventional Pain Management?
Interventional pain management includes various chronic pain treatments that reduce or eliminate your discomfort. With your chronic pain under control, you can better focus on the primary treatment for the underlying medical condition. Our patients are also able to rely less on prescription pain medications and avoid unwanted side effects from the drugs.
Chronic and acute pain can affect daily activities and hinder lifestyles. Pain comes in many forms and can occur due to an array of reasons. Whether pain comes from an injury, a condition, or what might feel like an unexplained reason, we can help. At Texas Pain Institute, we use innovative and advanced pain management techniques to treat your symptoms.
For many people, pain is temporary, but for some, their pain is chronic. If that is the case, we can treat your pain symptoms and help get you back to your normal lifestyle. At Texas Pain Institute, we target and treat the source of the pain and offer different therapy options that will be uniquely tailored for you.
What Pain Services Do You Offer?
Texas Pain Institute offers advanced pain services and therapies to treat pain, whether it stems from an injury or a degenerative disease.
We offer several types of interventional pain management services.
- Pharmaceutical interventions to reduce pain and inflammation
- Nerve injections and blocks to reduce or eliminate pain signals to the brain
- Minimally invasive spine surgery to directly treat overactive nerves
- Advanced technologies to control nerve activity
We may recommend a single intervention or a combination of interventions based upon your medical and treatment history, as well as how chronic pain affects your quality of life and ability to follow through with recommended therapies for your medical condition.
What Are the Benefits of Interventional Pain Management?
Chronic pain is not only detrimental to your quality of life, but also your capacity to follow through with treatments for your medical conditions. Patient outcomes tend to be greatly improved when primary therapies are combined with interventional pain management.
Am I a Candidate for Interventional Pain Management?
If you live with chronic pain, we can help. Our interventional pain management services complement other aspects of medical care such as medications, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes.
What is the Recovery Like After Interventional Pain Management?
Interventional pain management does not require any additional recovery in most cases. Pain reduction typically occurs immediately or shortly after our procedures.
What is the Prognosis After Interventional Pain Management?
Interventional pain management tends to improve the prognosis for your primary medical condition, such as fibromyalgia and chronic headaches.
If your current pain management therapies are not providing you with the relief that you need, our interventional pain management services may be the next step. Dr. Ved Aggarwal and his team of pain specialty physicians provide interventional pain management services for the residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake, and the surrounding communities in Texas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at one of our six convenient locations.