Facet Syndrome in Dallas, TX

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About Facet Syndrome

Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, and McKinney, TX is excited to offer modern pain management care to men and women who are suffering from facet syndrome. This condition affects the hinge-like joints of the spine and is often the result of normal wear and tear. Over time, our bones begin to lose calcium and other minerals, which compromises their integrity and function. This process typically leads to unwanted symptoms, such as limited muscle movement or flexibility, stiffness, and even pain when sitting or standing. Certain factors, such as routine bending and twisting of the spine, arthritis, obesity, and poor posture, may contribute to your condition or increase your risk of developing facet syndrome.

Facet Syndrome Treatment

Our goal at Tricity Pain Associates is to provide personalized treatment care to each of our patients so they can experience the relief they deserve. To accomplish this, we will first conduct a thorough evaluation and diagnostic testing to determine an accurate diagnosis. Once we have confirmed the source of your pain, we can review all of your treatment options. During your treatment planning session, we will consider your general health, level of pain, and personal preferences to create a plan that is unique to you. Typically, facet syndrome is treated with at-home remedies, such as routine walking or stretching and lifestyle changes. Other treatments, such as physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, and steroid injections, may also be incorporated into your care plan. 

If you or your loved one have been recently diagnosed with facet syndrome and have been unable to attain the level of comfort you need, contact Tricity Pain Associates in Carrollton, Prosper, McKinney, or Irving, TX. Our team can help find a solution that can diminish your pain so you can get back to living a healthy, vibrant life. 

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