Texas Pain Institute offers interventional pain management to help with pain conditions experienced by residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake, and the nearby areas of Texas.
We Treat Many Pain Conditions
At Texas Pain Institute, we want our patients to know that we understand they are suffering, and they’ll see just how much we care the moment they visit one of our facilities. Whether it’s from an ailment such as arthritis, back pain or sciatica, you may be among one of the many in our population who have a condition known as chronic or acute pain.
The pain that you are in is typically associated with an underlying medical condition such as inflammation, connective tissue disorder, or reduced cartilage in the joints. Others appear to have no detectable cause. And, painkilling prescription drugs don’t always help.
Fundamentally, treating your condition is of vital importance to both your physical and psychological health. There is no reason for pain to quickly unravel your life because you’re dealing with daily discomfort. Let Texas Pain Institute help with our advanced interventional pain management treatments!
What Are Some Of The Pain Conditions That Can Be Treated?
- Back Pain
- Leg Pain
- Hip Pain
- Foot Pain
- Knee Pain
- Upper Extremity Pain
- Arm Pain
- Hand Pain
- Trunk Pain
What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a generalized chronic pain condition that may involve the muscles or other tissues in the body. The pain is typically accompanied by other symptoms, such as fatigue and memory loss, that distinguish it from other generalized pain conditions. [READ MORE]
What is Back Pain?
Chronic back pain is defined as discomfort that lasts for more than three months. The condition may involve the upper, middle or lower back, as well as the neck and extremities due to referred pain. [READ MORE]
What is Sciatica?
Sciatica is a chronic pain condition that involves pressure on the sciatic nerve that starts in the lower back and continues down each leg. The pain from the condition can be debilitating and interfere with walking, standing, lying down, and resting. [READ MORE]
What is Leg Pain?
Chronic leg pain typically develops due to problems with the nerves that branch out from the spine. Some chronic leg pain is associated with arthritis in the hips or knees, and the patient experiences a referred pain in the neighboring areas. [READ MORE]
What is Hip Pain?
Hip pain that is not related to the sciatic nerve may indicate abnormalities in the hip joint, such as arthritis or inflammation. [READ MORE]
What is Foot Pain?
Foot pain may be caused by diabetic neuropathy, trauma to the foot, or inflammation caused by an underlying condition. The pain may occur in the ankle, toes, soles, or top of the feet. [READ MORE]
What is Knee Pain?
Knee pain may indicate arthritis in the knee joint or be a secondary condition that originates with conditions in the hips or feet. [READ MORE]
What Are Headaches?
Chronic headaches and migraines may be indications of issues with the nerves in the neck and upper back. These types of headaches occur frequently and of such severity as to interfere with daily routines. [READ MORE]
What is Upper Extremity Pain?
Upper extremity pain may affect your arms, shoulders, and hands. Chronic pain in these areas makes it difficult to grasp and hold objects and perform other normal activities. The pain may be due to overuse of the muscles, nerve damage, or other medical conditions. [READ MORE]
What is Arm Pain?
Arm pain may involve the upper or lower arm, wrist, hand, or fingers. Most types of chronic pain in the arms are related to inflammation along the spine, in the wrist joints, or muscle injuries. [READ MORE]
Treatment Options: Pharmaceuticals and Epidural Steroid Injections
What is Hand Pain?
Hand pain may appear as cramping, sharp pains, numbness, weakness, and other symptoms. The chronic pain may involve the fingers, joints, or wrist. Some patients experience sharp pains across the palms of the hands. [READ MORE]
What is Trunk Pain?
Pain that exists in the torso—including the chest, abdomen, pelvic region, lower back and neck—keeps you from performing many tasks each day. These conditions typically relate to nerve abnormalities in the middle and lower part of the spine, although some trunk pain is caused by joint issues in the shoulders, hips, and neck. [READ MORE]
Dr. Ved Aggarwal and his team of chronic pain specialists offer treatments for pain conditions that affect the quality of life for residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake, and the surrounding communities in Texas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.