Even though joint pain may be common, we fully recognize that joint damage from disease or injury can interfere with your everyday life and cause enormous discomfort and pain . If you’re seeking help for joint pain management, please contact the office to schedule a detailed evaluation 214-432-8255, or book your appointment online today.
Here are some of the most common conditions that cause joint pain, as well as the treatments we offer to help reduce or eliminate your pain.
KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS AND DEGENERATION
With Knee Osteoarthritis and Degeneration, the cartilage at the ends of the bones that is there to protect them gradually deteriorates, the joint fluid loses its ability to absorb shock, and bones may begin to rub against each other. All of these issues can cause knee pain..
Treatments for Knee Osteoarthritis and Degeneration include:
SHOULDER OSTEOARTHRITIS (OA) AND DEGENERATION
Shoulder osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that consists of two primary processes – the breakdown of the cartilage in the bones and abnormal bony growths in the joints. These bone growths are typically referred to as osteophytes (also known as bone spurs). Both processes are painful to the patient and require the assistance of a pain management facility.
Treatments for Shoulder Osteoarthritis (OA) and Degeneration include:
ROTATOR CUFF SYNDROME
Rotator cuff syndrome occurs when there is a tear in the tendons around the shoulder joint. Frozen shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) can cause pain and stiffness in the shoulder. Over time, it can becomes difficult to move the shoulder. Frozen shoulder has about a 2% occurance rate in the general population, it generally affects people between the ages of 40 and 60, and affects women more often than men.
Treatments for Rotator Cuff Syndrome include:
HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS (OA) AND DEGENERATION
Osteoarthritis is caused by degeneration of cartilage; a slow process that occurs over time. The pain associated with osteoarthritis increases as time goes on. As the cartilage wears away it becomes frayed and rough and the protective joint space between the bones decreases. Bone spurs (Osteophytes) may begin to form in an attempt to make up for the loss of cartilage. If a hip is affected by osteoarthritis and left untreated, it can lead to disability. Often times requiring surgery to correct. This is why it is of utmost importance to seek nonsurgical treatment by an ACGME certified pain management specialist when experiencing hip pain, before surgery is your only option.
Treatments for Hip Osteoarthritis (OA) and Degeneration include:
Pain in your ankles could be caused by an injury or conditions such as; Osteoarthritis, tendinitis, gout, and/or stress fractures. In some instances, plantar fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis can be treatable causes of pain in the ankles. We understand how to effectively treat all forms of ankle pain using the most comprehensive treatment methods.
Treatments for Ankle Pain include:
Arthritis pain may arise from inflammatory rheumatologic disorders, damage from injuries or osteoarthritis caused by regular wear and tear. In many patients, it is associated with nerve pain. It may also occur in people with gastrointestinal disorders.
Treatments for Arthritis/Rheumatologic Pain include:
- Ketamine Therapy
- Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy
- Theta Burst Stimulation
Let the professional at The Progressive Pain and Interventional Psychiatry help provide you with valuable Joint Pain relief.
If you are suffering from acute or chronic joint pain and need help, please contact us. Our team of pain specialists can help to accurately diagnose and implement a cutting-edge pain treatment plan as individualized at the patients they serve.
PROGRESSIVE PAIN & INTERVENTIONAL PSYCHIATRY
Specialists and staff at Progressive Pain and Interventional Psychiatry provide cutting-edge adjunctive therapies to offer you relief from chronic pain, headache, and psychiatric disorders. We are your Dallas, TX Pain Relief Specialists. We also offer Ketamine Therapy in Dallas.
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Southlake, TX 76092