Many of us have our own physician that we use on a regular basis. They look after our healthcare and we are accustomed to the way that they work on us. At times, however, they may end up referring us to a specialist which will handle a specific issue that we may be dealing with. If you are having a difficulty with painful conditions, such as injury from an automobile accident, fibromyalgia or diabetic neuropathy, they can refer you to the DFW Pain Docs for assistance in overcoming and dealing with the pain that you are experiencing.
In addition to working with your physician, we also work with many chiropractors who can also refer you to our service. We give specialized care and we offer services that may not be offered through a chiropractor or through your primary care physician. This type of referral plan can assist you in numerous ways. They will continue to be the doctor that cares for your primary needs and will be who you visit for routine checkups and for regular health maintenance. When they refer you to DFW Pain Docs, we will treat your condition and then you will be able to go back to your existing medical professional.
There are many commonly treated conditions that we see on a routine basis and we are able to handle those conditions through an innovative treatment program. Some of the common types of pain that are treated at our 10 locations include sciatic pain, headaches, sports injuries, back pain (both upper and lower), cancer pain, carpal tunnel and phantom pain. We offer innovative treatments, including trigger point injection, epidural steroid injections and many other pain management services.
Another option that we offer is the Neuro E-Stim. This device can assist you in dealing with pain by stimulating the spine and blocking some the pain signals that are transmitted from the area of discomfort to your brain. It can also be used on a trial basis, so that you can test it before the procedure is done in which will installed it in a more permanent manner. It helps many people to deal with the pain that they are experiencing and may be able to help improve your quality of life.