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At North Texas Pain Institute we want to provide all of our patients and the general public with the most up to date technological advancements, pain management techniques, health and wellness tips and tricks and educational resources as possible. On our blog you will find information on all of these topics and more including: pain management, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, complex pain syndrome.
Back Pain: Cause And Effect

Back Pain: Cause And Effect

They say that death and taxes are two of life’s certainties. However, if you are like 60 million other adults in the United States, you can add back pain to the list. Back pain affects everyone from all walks of life.Since 1997, lower back pain has affected at least a fourth of the American population....

Ways to Ease Arthritis Pain

Ways to Ease Arthritis Pain

Over 54 million people in the United States suffer from Arthritis. So it comes at no surprise that many people look for ways in their everyday life that they can make changes to ease their arthritis pain. The experts at The North Texas Pain Institute always work with their patients to customize a plan...

Chronic Pain and It’s Overlooked Aspects

Chronic Pain and It’s Overlooked Aspects

The North Texas Pain Institute is here to help you with all of your pain management needs, whether they be chronic or acute. We work together with you to find the right treatments to help you lead a better overall life. Some people’s chronic pain can come on quickly or it can develop over a period of...

Why Pain Medication is not Always the Best Option for Pain Relief

Why Pain Medication is not Always the Best Option for Pain Relief

At the North Texas Pain Institute we use a variety of tools to treat your pain.  Pain medication may be one of those tools, but it shouldn't always be the first one to be used in your pain management treatment plan. Treatment options such as physical therapy and exercise therapy are actually...

Knee Pain? You Can Avoid Surgery

Knee Pain? You Can Avoid Surgery

Knee Pain? You Can Avoid Surgery No one enjoys knee pain and osteoarthritis is no exception. When your knee isn’t responding to more conservative treatments, you might think surgery is your only option. However, you might be able to avoid knee surgery with viscosupplementation. It’s always a good idea...

Sport Injuries: The Most Common

Sport Injuries: The Most Common

Sport Injuries: The Most Common If you are out on the field as a highly trained athlete or just love to play a weekend game with your friends, sport injuries can happen.  The North Texas Pain Institute has a variety of alternative treatment options to help you get back in the game in no time. The most...

5 Ways Back Pain May Be Impacting Your Life

5 Ways Back Pain May Be Impacting Your Life

5 Ways Back Pain May Be Impacting Your Life More than one in three adults say that back pain affects their everyday activities, including their sleep, and the number of people that suffer continues to rise.  What can be causing so many people these issues, and what can we do to prevent it? 5 Reasons...

Is it Chronic or Acute Pain?

Is it Chronic or Acute Pain?

Is it Chronic or Acute Pain? We’ve all experienced physical pain at some point in our lives. While it’s not something any of us want to experience, pain is an essential aspect of being human. It’s our body's way of telling us that something is wrong. Oftentimes the pain we experience is a small and...

Neck Pain & Posture

Neck Pain & Posture

Neck Pain & Posture We all have fond memories of our mothers and fathers telling us to “sit up straight”. The logic behind this advice was both for aesthetics and the strength of our backs. As an adult with neck pain, you may find yourself trying to heed that advice in an attempt to correct your...

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