Pain Management Services

Information About Interventional Pain Services

Tricity Pain Associates of North Dallas offers a wide variety of treatment options for men and women who are suffering from acute or chronic pain. Our services range from conservative therapies, such as steroid injections and nerve blocks, to more advanced treatments, such as vertebroplasty. If you or your loved one is in need of general pain management care or more intensive treatment for chronic neck and back pain, explore our services to learn more.

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A herniated disc occurs when a small section of a disc pushes outward from its normal position, resulting in a bulge and debilitating symptoms.

Nerve pain is a chronic disorder that affects thousands of men and women, resulting in severe discomfort that prevents them from living vibrantly.

Lower back pain can be acute or chronic, causing unwanted symptoms, such as limited mobility, stiffness, and numbness, affecting one's overall health.

Neck pain is very common, affecting men and women of all ages and generally develops after an injury, such as whiplash or from overworked muscles.

Sciatica is pain that is isolated to the lower back or discomfort that shoots all the way down your sciatic nerve, causing sudden bouts of pain.

Spinal stenosis is a condition that causes the spine to narrow, which places abnormal pressure on the spinal nerves, resulting in extreme pain.

A pinched nerve is essentially a fiber that is being squeezed by a surrounding structure, like muscle or bone, due to a medical condition or injury.

Neuropathy is a disease that disrupts the normal nerve signaling of the peripheral nervous system, which results in pain, numbness, and fatigue.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a pain disorder that develops shortly after an injury or major health incident, such as a heart attack.

Facet joint pain is a disorder that commonly develops after an injury to one of the facet joints in the spine, resulting in neck and back pain.

Facet syndrome affects thousands of men and women, causing debilitating symptoms, such as limited mobility, stiff neck, and severe back pain.

Spinal arthritis is a disease that causes damage to the facet joints of the spine, which can lead to a decreased range of motion, swelling, and more.

Degenerative disc disease occurs when one or more discs in the spinal column become severely damaged with the natural wear and tear of advanced age.

Fibromyalgia is a pain disorder that affects the muscles and joints of the body, which can cause limited mobility, poor function, and tenderness.

Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic affliction that affects the trigger points of the body, which can produce extreme pain and hinder mobility.

Phantom pain is discomfort that is felt from a limb that is no longer there. This sensation can occur immediately after an amputation or months later.

Cancer pain is a broad term that describes the discomfort patients can experience from cancer, such as bone or nerve pain and chronic muscle aches.

Headaches and migraines are disorders that can cause great discomfort, dizziness, and impaired vision, but these symptoms can be eased with treatment.

Evaluation and pain mapping is a comprehensive diagnostic assessment that closely reviews a patient's condition and their specific source of pain.

A discogram is a diagnostic test that uses state-of-the-art x-ray technology and a specialized dye to capture images of the discs within the spine.

An epidural steroid injection is a drug that is administered in the spine to relieve inflammation and pain that was caused by an injury or fracture.

A nerve block is an injectable treatment that is administered to prevent localized nerves from producing pain signals to diminish discomfort.

A rhizotomy utilizes advanced radiofrequency (RF) energy to safely cauterize nerves in the facet joints of the spine to alleviate severe pain.

Spinal cord stimulation is a modern treatment that uses state-of-the-art technology to interrupt nerve pain signals to reduce chronic discomfort.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a minimally invasive treatment that utilizes a patient's own blood to help boost cell regeneration for healing.

A vertebroplasty is a highly specialized procedure that uses bone cement to stabilize a damaged or fractured vertebra after an injury or trauma.

Kyphoplasty is a type of vertebral augmentation that uses balloon tamps to stabilize the contours of a shattered or severely damaged vertebra.

A percutaneous discectomy is a specialized procedure that precisely removes a small amount of disc tissue to alleviate nerve pressure in the spine.

Peripheral nerve stimulation is a minimally invasive procedure that uses state-of-the-art technology and mild electrodes to treat chronic nerve pain.

Lysis of adhesions is a procedure that is used to remove built-up scar tissue from the body that developed after a previous surgery or injury.

Thousands of motor vehicle accidents occur every year, which often result in debilitating injuries that can cause long-term joint and back pain.

Foot, hand, and ankle pain is generally the result of overuse, sprain, or traumatic injury, which can lead to extreme pain and limited mobility.

Muscle injuries can cause serious damage to the soft tissues of the body and should be treated right away to prevent long-term damage and pain.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.