About Cancer Pain
There are many different types of cancers that bring unwanted symptoms, such as muscle pain, bone aches, nerve pain, chronic pressure, and much more. The discomfort patients experience from cancer will vary greatly as it's dependent on the type of cancer, location, and symptoms. Patients may also experience a type of pain known as phantom pain, which is the sensation of discomfort that arises in an area of the body that has been removed due to cancer. For example, when a patient experiences chest pain after a mastectomy because of breast cancer. Our highly trained team of medical professionals at Tricity Pain Associates is committed to helping you discover the underlying cause of your pain to provide the relief you need to improve your overall quality of life. Contact our practice in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX today to schedule an appointment to learn about all of your treatment options.
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Cancer Pain Treatment
Treating pain that is caused by cancer is a highly specialized process as there are many variables to consider, such as the type of cancer you have and the symptoms you are experiencing. Cancer pain can be acute or chronic, which means it can come on suddenly or last for days or even weeks at a time. Thanks to modern medicine, there are several treatment options that are available to help diminish your discomfort so you can achieve a comfort level that allows you to get back to performing daily activities without debilitating pain. The first step would be to schedule a private consultation at any of our Dallas locations so we can perform a comprehensive assessment. From there, we can review all of your treatment options, which may include anti-inflammatory medication or nerve blocks.
Reach out to Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX today. We are here to serve you.