Pain Management

Pain Management

Pain Management services offered in Humble and Baytown, TX

At Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates, our aim is to relieve pain and restore function.  We specialize in alternatives to pain pills and surgery.  However, when necessary, our Board Certified Pain Specialist can safely incorporate medication management to optimize your pain relief.   Pain is part of your body’s alert system and lets you know when something isn’t right.  Once the cause is identified, it's time to turn the pain off!  If you have persistent pain that you can’t manage on your own, you can find nonsurgical solutions at Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates.  We have extensive experience helping people manage chronic back pain, neck pain, joint pain and nerve-related pain without surgery.  We  customize individual treatment plans that focus on long-lasting pain relief using a comprehensive approach with several different methods of treatment for your very own pain solution. Call the office in Humble or Baytown, Texas, to schedule an appointment or book a consultation online today.

Pain Management Q&A

What is pain management?

Pain management describes medical services that ease persistent pain and prevent complications an impairment or disability that chronic pain can cause.

The pain management services at Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates aim to improve your quality of life and support the healing of your injury or disease.

Working with pain management specialists can also help you avoid the need for invasive surgery that causes unnecessary trauma to your body.

When should I consider pain management?

You might be a candidate for the pain management services available at Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates if you have moderate to severe pain and can’t find relief with over-the-counter medications.

The team provides comprehensive pain management services to address:

  • Arthritis
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Herniated discs
  • sciatica
  • pinched nerves
  • cervicogenic headache
  • knee pain
  • hip pain
  • joint pain
  • tendonitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • osteoarthritis
  • Neuropathy (nerve damage)
  • Personal injury
  • Auto accident related injury

You may also benefit from pain management services before or following surgery to support your recovery and reduce your reliance on potentially addictive pain medications.

Because persistent pain can interfere with your body’s ability to heal, delaying treatment can worsen your condition and your pain. You should contact the Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates office near you as soon as your pain becomes unmanageable.

The providers use advanced on-site diagnostic technologies to evaluate your health and identify the source of your chronic pain. Based on your testing results and a physical exam, they customize a pain management plan to your unique needs.

What pain management services are available?

To relieve chronic pain and prevent disability and other complications, Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates offers a wide range of nonsurgical minimally invasive pain management solutions, including:

  • back injections
  • nerve ablations and rhizotomy
  • neck injections
  • percutaneous spinal disc decompressions
  • medication management
  • muscle pain treatment and injections
  • joint injections
  • Pain relievers
  • Nerve blocks
  • Epidural steroid injections
  • physical therapy 

You may also benefit from neuromodulation or spinal cord stimulation to relieve chronic back and neck pain from failed back surgery, spinal trauma, or disease. This therapy solution requires only minimally invasive surgery to implant the stimulator but can reduce the need for more invasive surgeries.

In addition to these treatments, the team can also design a physical therapy plan and referral to a certified physical therapist or chiropractor for additional care to help you heal more efficiently. They can also recommend lifestyle changes you can make to lower your risk for additional pain.

Call the Interventional Sports and Pain Management Associates office near you to schedule a pain management consultation or book an appointment online today.