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Pain Management Near 75231

Pain Management near 75231
Need pain management treatment without surgery? Let our top pain management doctors help you with our expert, minimally invasive solutions, specifically tailored to your needs. We offer nerve blocking, Botox injections for neck pain, and more! Call or visit us at a clinic near you.

Do you need a referral for pain management?

Although many people are referred to pain management specialists by their primary care physician, you do not need a referral to book an appointment with one. You can make an appointment any time you like, simply contact us here at OmniSpine Pain Management to book your appointment today. You can visit us online at our website or contact us by phone.

Why do doctors send you to pain management?

Pain management specialists have received specialized training to be able to precisely diagnose and understand whatever pain you may be experiencing. They also receive heavy training and have a wide breadth of knowledge when it comes to the variety of evolving treatments of pain – which includes new drugs, techniques, and technologies. Unlike general practitioners, they focus exclusively on treating pain, devoting their efforts towards pain management.

Specialists in pain management also make use of a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of pain. In a pain management medical practice, the goal is to work with other medical practitioners to provide the best possible care to those suffering from pain. These approaches can include medication and other interventional practices, but also can include psychological and physical therapy, exercise, and diet – or even alternative medicine, such as acupuncture or massage therapy – and include other specialists, such as chiropractors and occupational therapists. Physicians who specialize in the treatment of pain work with others to create the best possible treatment plan for their patients’ pain.

Lastly, pain management is not a one-size-fits-all practice. What works best for one person will not necessarily work for someone else. Physicians in this field work with patients and other practitioners to find the best solution that works for the patient to best help alleviate and treat their pain. Thus, the resulting treatment plan will be different from one patient to another.

What is the best pain medication for chronic pain?

There are a variety of options for the treatment of chronic pain via medications. However, these medications are typically used in combination with a variety of other therapies and procedures to help alleviate pain, rather than being the only method used to reduce and treat pain. There are several common groups of medication which are prescribed, which are:

  • Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) and acetaminophen, such as ibuprofen and other over-the-counter medications, along with other prescription NSAIDS;
  • Antidepressants, particularly the older antidepressants such as tricyclic antidepressants which must be taken daily rather than on an “as needed” basis;
  • Anticonvulsants (anti-seizure) medications, which can be useful for the treatment of particular kinds of nerve pain and are also not to be taken on an “as needed” basis but on a daily basis;
  • Muscle relaxants, which are most commonly used for the treatment of muscle spasms and knots;

Each of these medications have their own uses and risks associated with them. The medication(s) prescribed in the treatment of pain vary from patient to patient, with each regime being unique to the patient. You should discuss with your physician whether a medication is appropriate for you, and do not discontinue a medication without discussing it with your doctor beforehand. If you have any questions or concerns about the medications prescribed to you, you should discuss these with your doctor and work with them to develop a possible medication regime that works best for you.