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Revolutionizing Spine Care…Changing Lives

CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT

Chronic pain management is designed to help individuals cope with some of the effects of long-term pain.

An ideal chronic pain management treatment would be one designed to reduce or eliminate the use of pain medications, maximize physical functioning, overcome psychosocial barriers to recovery and bring the patient to maximum medical improvement.

If the patient has not been able to work because of chronic pain, the program may also focus on returning him/her to work or involvement in retraining for a different career.

Pain can be very difficult to control and sometimes, even after many months of treatment, the patient may still suffer from chronic pain. This can have many deleterious effects on one’s life.

It may affect one’s job, home, and relationships with others. Chronic pain management is typically used to treat chronic pain, failed back surgery syndrome, and other painful conditions that fail to respond to normal intervention.

Leaders in Advanced Spine Procedures

To find out whether you would benefit from artificial disc surgery, make an appointment to visit Texas Back Institute in the Dallas, TX, area for an evaluation. We always reserve surgery as a last resort, so we’ll seek to relieve pain first through conservative treatments such as physical therapy and pain management. If severe pain persists and it is determined that you would benefit from surgery, we can help you determine whether artificial disc replacement is right for you.

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Weather Notice: Due to inclement weather, Texas Back Institute clinics

will have limited clinic schedules and staffing on Tuesday, January 31st, 2023.

As a result, we will have limited access to clinic phones. If you have trouble

reaching us at your clinic phone number, please try one of these other options:

Text 972-608-5000, Email info@texasback.com, use the contact form at

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