When you are dealing with chronic back pain or any other type of chronic pain in the body, you want to make sure that you are consulting with a leader in pain management services. Throughout the Dallas Fort Metroplex, located in 10 convenient locations, you can trust the fact that the physicians at DFW Pain Docs can assist you in dealing with pain and in overcoming much of the spinal pain that you are experiencing. Through a number of innovative techniques, including nonsurgical and minimally invasive procedures, you may find that your quality of life is improving with each visit.
A number of different painful conditions are addressed through the offices of The DFW Pain Docs. These include pain throughout the body, such as cancer pain, post diabetic neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease. We can also assist you in both upper back pain and lower back pain, which can result from accidents on the job, automobile accidents, herniated discs and degenerative disc disease. Some of the techniques that we offer include trigger point injections, epidural steroid injections and shoulder, knee or hip injections (if you are suffering from bursitis or other pain in the area). By addressing your situation specifically, we will be able to see what the best options are for the chronic pain that you are experiencing.
If you have a primary care physician or a chiropractor that is assisting you with your chronic back pain, you can still use The DFW Pain Docs. We work along with those physicians in order to ensure that you get a progressive and consistent treatment plan that is going to work the best for you. We also accept most types of insurance, including Medicare and Worker's Compensation.
One other option that we offer which you may want to consider is the Neuro E-Stim. You can speak to one of our pain management physicians about this device, which stimulates the spine and reduces the pain signals that are being sent to your brain. It is preferred by many people because it offers a non-narcotic way for you to deal with pain and it is FDA approved. It can also be used on a trial basis so that you can see how it works for you specifically and the condition that you have.