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Intergrative Pain Management In Houston

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Living with pain, whether back pain, joint pain, or neck pain, can lead to the continued use of dangerous medications or a patient being urged to undergo a surgical procedure. Dr. Brett Warfield uses interventional pain management in Houston to help his patients achieve healthy healing and profound pain relief. The most effective integrative pain management program for a patient depends on their medical history and the severity of their pain. Our integrative pain management program for patients in Houston, Sugar Land, and the surrounding area may comprise treatment approaches such as:

Chiropractor
Opioid Abuse Counseling
Massage Therapy
Medication Management
Joint Immobilization
Tens Unit Therapy
Psychotherapy
Resistane Training
Passive Active Stretching
Physical Therapy
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Committed To Excellent Care

At Texas Intergrative Pain Institute our integrative pain management specialist Dr. Warfield seeks to treat the whole person and not just their pain symptoms. With effective treatment, integrative pain management helps Houston patients increase their functioning, lowers their pain perception, and increases the quality of their life. Contact Dr. Warfield today for integrative pain management in Houston, Sugarland, and The Woodlands. Our medical professionals will craft a personalized IPM program to suit your needs that may include:

Acupuncture

 

Acupuncture is an effective, drug free way of treating pain symptoms and can also be used to prevent disease. Acupuncture can treat signs and symptoms as well as addressing the root cause of the problem.

Chiropractor

As one of the alternatives to pain-relieving drugs, for lower, middle, and upper back pain we may recommend heat, massage, and chiropractic treatment to help our patients with musculoskeletal-related pains.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy can be used in the treatment of back pain, arthritis, muscle strains, fibromyalgia, bursitis, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, neck and shoulder pain, plantar fasciitis, and golf elbow to provide relief. 

Joint Immobilization

Joint immobilization is a technique that restricts joint movement, wholly or partially, for a specific period of time and may include cast braces, splints, or slings. It is commonly used in pain management to treat various joint-related injuries and conditions.

Massage Therapy

For pain relief, many people have turned to prescription opioids which can have serious side effects. , For this reason, Texas Intergrative Pain Institute relies on integrative health care approaches that can relieve pain, massage therapy is a safe and effective option we may suggest.

Medication Management

As board-certified pain management specialists, our physicians at TIPI Pain Management in Houston understand the important role prescription medication plays for some patients who suffer from chronic pain. At the same time, it’s just as important to know that pain medication alone is not an effective treatment, nor is it intended as a long-term solution

Nerve Block

Nerve blocks are an advanced pain management treatment that involves the injection of a small quantity of a steroid, in combination with a medication to numb a specific nerve as it exits the spinal cord. These injections can be used where chronic pain exists, from neck to lower back.

Opioid Abuse Counseling

 

At TIPI Pain Management in Houston we help patients manage pain symptoms with responsible prescribing. Please make us aware if you have previous struggled with substance abuse in the past.

Psychotherapy

One of the biggest misconceptions about pain management therapy is that it suggests that the pain is “all in your head.” This is simply not true. In fact, pain management therapy is often used together with medical and alternative treatments. It is a part of a whole-body approach to coping with real physical pain. The whole-body approach examines how pain impacts your daily activities, behaviors, thoughts, and emotions.

Passive/ Active Stretching

Stretching is extremely important for your body to recover from an injury as it has many proven benefits, including improving joint function as it loosens stiff muscles and other joint tissue, allowing you greater freedom of movement; it also promotes circulation, better coordination,  and relaxes stiff muscles.

Patient Education

At TIPI Pain Management in Houston, we believe our patients should stay well informed to better identify situations that can exacerbate their pain or relieve it. We reinforce the need for rest and eating balanced meals, we also offer a diet program and teach alternative pain control such as relaxation, hot and cold therapy, distractions, and imagery. This is all a component of our individualized pain management plan.

Physical Therapy

If you have acute pain, we may suggest physical therapy to help identify and promote healing and reduce stress in the injured area. They will also offer guidance as to how to safely return to your normal activities without further damage to your injuries. During your initial consultation, our pain management team will analyze your prior record, x-ray and conduct a medical exam that may include further testing or treatments. 

Resistance Training

Resistance training can help reduce back pain as it's to develop strength, especially back strength. The muscles in your back help keep your spine moving as it should. You could be more prone to back strain if you have weak back or abdominal muscles. Strong, healthy back muscles are also important because they're associated with your posture. And in some cases, chronic back pain is a result of poor posture.

Tens Unit Therapy

TENS, or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a back pain treatment that uses low-voltage electric current to relieve pain. This is done with a small battery-operated device. The device can be hooked to a belt and is connected to two electrodes. The electrodes carry an electric current from the TENS machine to the skin to stimulate the nerves; the body produces natural painkillers called endorphins.

Injection Therapy

Injection therapies are a minimally invasive way to treat chronic, acute and inflammatory pain. As a non-surgical treatment, many patients successfully experience immediate relief and a quick recovery.

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Contact Our Pain Management Clinic

Discover how your injury, condition, or pain can be treated with cutting-edge regenerative medical techniques by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Warfield at our pain management clinic in Houston by completing our easy contact form so that our friendly office staff may contact you or call:

(346) 888-5237

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