Medication Management

Patients who suffer from pain often require medication management. All treatment plans at North Texas Pain Institute include a comprehensive medication management plan.

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Typical Benefits of Medication Management

  • Reduced need for pain medications which may become addictive
  • Alleviation of (primarily leg and back) pain
  • Function and Mobility Improvement
  • Pain Medication Reduction
  • Reduction of inflammatory proteins (chemicals contributing to pain exacerbation)
  • Surgery Delay or Avoidance

Conditions Treated With Medication Management

For some patients, such as those with nerve conditions like fibromyalgia, medication is often the only treatment plan that provides relief. Others may have either unsuccessfully tried traditional pain management treatments or are currently undergoing treatment plans for a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to:

  • Bulging Disc
  • Lumbar degenerative disc disease
  • Lumbar radicular pain
  • Facet arthritis
  • Cervical degenerative disc disease
  • Cervical radicular pain
  • Cervical spinal stenosis
  • Postherpetic neuralgia
  • Spondylosis
  • Knee osteoarthritis (OA) and degeneration
  • Shoulder osteoarthritis (OA) and degeneration
  • Rotator cuff syndrome
  • Ankle pain


North Texas Pain Institute provides extensive medication management for neck pain, joint pain, knee pain, nerve pain, or back pain conditions. With appropriate evaluation and diagnosis, a medication management plan can be developed to help relieve or minimize your pain based on careful examination of the potential risks and benefits of available treatment options. If you’re seeking help for pain management, please contact North Texas Pain Institute office to schedule a detailed evaluation – (972) (851-4302)or book your appointment online today.

    Why Medication Management is Critical for Long Term Health

    Medication management for acute and chronic pain has become challenging in recent years for providers whose specialities are not pain management. While opioids and painkillers are a common and sometimes necessary treatment plan options for patients experiencing pain, these medications come with concerns and risks. One of these risks is the development of tolerance which occurs when a patient requires a higher dose to get relief. Other medication risks include liver issues, brain damage, and other side effects. Some of these risks actually happen when a patient is instructed to wait to see a qualified pain specialist and instead receives medications from a primary care provider or urgent care facility.

    North Texas Pain Institute has the highest level of experience and knowledge regarding appropriate medication management to avoid the known risks of pain-relieving medications. We have a deep understanding of the procedures for medication management for both chronic and acute pain and administer the lowest-effective dose required for pain relief. If you have a current medication plan that you feel is not working for you or is putting you at risk, our specialists can help. During your free consultation, we will go over your complete medical history including medications and evaluate the safest and most effective options for appropriate pain management for your particular situation.

    Our extensive approach to management of pain conditions with innovative treatments and comprehensive medication management makes North Texas Pain Institute the top choice for patients in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth Area.

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