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Our pain management clinic in Houston is conveniently spread out to serve patients in Baytown, Sugar Land, The Woodlands, and Cypress.  This means that our location is easily accessible by all major highways and routes. For more information about Texas Intergrative Pain Institute (TIPI), please call (346) 888-5237 to speak with one of our friendly staff members, who will be happy to answer your questions or schedule your appointment by completing our contact form below. At TIPI Pain Clinic in Houston, we see patients within days instead of weeks.

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411 N Sam Houston Pkwy E STE #280 Houston, TX 77060,  info@tipirelief.net  |  Tel: 346-888-5237

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Commonly Asked Questions

 

What is a Pain Management Clinic? 

 

If you have never been to a pain clinic in Houston before and suffer from moderate to severe chronic pain, consider scheduling an appointment today. Pain clinics specifically evaluate, diagnose, and treat pain disorders. This means Dr. Brett Warfield will look at what is causing your discomfort and treat both the condition and the pain itself. Our pain management clinic in Houston specializes in back and neck-related pain but we also offer treatment for those who have been injured in a car wreck, slip, and fall accident, and athletes needing sports medicine or therapy.

 

Our pain clinic in Houston is staffed by Dr. Brett Warfield who is board certified in international pain management and anesthesiologist and is also fellowship trained. He kept up to date on the latest practices and research regarding cutting-edge pain management treatments and techniques and we have many different types of team members that can play a part in pain management as a whole such as physician assistants, and nurse practitioners who are available to provide you with only the highest level of care.

Pain clinics offer most front-line treatments are medication and various types of nonsurgical treatments. Our practice takes a whole-body approach to the healing process and takes into consideration your own personal goals when creating an individualized treatment plan. The ultimate goal is to raise your quality of life and allow you to get back to doing the things you enjoy with as little pain as possible.

How is Pain Treated?

Texas Intergrative Pain Institute is proud to be able to provide comprehensive pain management to patients. We adopt the most recent treatments backed by science to be truly successful in helping people suffering from severe and chronic pain. Comprehensive pain management is an approach that utilizes various treatment methods to manage chronic pain and centers around finding the best treatment that actually works for our patients. 

Treatment varies from patient to patient. Your treatment plan will depend on several factors, including the severity of the injury and what combination of the following is involved:

Skin

Muscle

Bone

Ligaments

Tendons

Joints

Cartilage

Nerves

 

These are the treatments we offer:

Injection Therapies: This type of treatment involves injecting medication, such as steroid medication, directly to the site of pain using a needle.

 

BOTOX Injections: BOTOX is a popular cosmetic treatment. It is also FDA-approved for treating muscle spasms and migraines. BOTOX works by blocking the signal from the nerve to the muscle, causing the muscle to relax.

Medication Management: Medication can be an essential part of a treatment plan, and our doctors will monitor your dosage and usage of any pain management medication.

 

Alternative Therapies: These traditional therapies move away from the use of prescription medication and can include yoga and acupuncture.

Our pain management clinic in Houston also offers Ketamine therapy which has been increasingly recognized as a practical option for pain and depression patients who haven’t responded to traditional treatment.

 

What to Expect Visiting A Pain Clinic

Many people can be nervous when going to the doctor’s office, as they may not know what to expect or are afraid they will not be able to be helped. There is also a widely held belief that doctors turn to medication, like opioids, too often and do not adequately treat the underlying causes of pain. Texas Intergrative Pain Institute is different because our staff truly listens to patients and wants to provide the highest level of healthcare that also alleviates the root cause of their chronic pain. When you come to our pain management clinics in Houston, our staff will do everything they can to make you feel at ease and understand your goals.

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