Chronic pain affects millions of people in the United States and can significantly impact the quality of life of anybody. Advanced Rehabilitation Clinics of Texas offers a variety of pain management treatments designed to alleviate the painful symptoms associated with each patient’s unique condition to restore each patient’s quality of life and return them to the activities they love the most.

We diagnose the source of chronic pain and tailor individualized pain management treatment plans for every patient.


Pain is an uncomfortable sensation that we feel when our body perceives an injury to body tissues. It’s an important signal. When we sense pain, we pay attention to our bodies, and we can take steps to find out what is causing the pain and find help. Pain also may prevent us from injuring a body part even more.

We need the sensation of pain to let us know when our bodies need extra care.

Pain protects our bodies from harm by causing us to perform specific actions and avoid others. Pain might be called a protector, a predictor, or simply an alarm.

We all experience pain to different degrees at various points in our lives.

Pain is the most common reason patients seek medical attention.

But, each of us perceives a given pain stimulus in our unique manner. The intensity of the response to a pain stimulus is mainly subjective; meaning the severity of the pain can most accurately be defined by the person with the pain rather than by other observers.

Our pain perception can vary at different times, even in response to the identical stimulus. For example, an athlete during competition may not be able to feel the tissue injury of a cut or a bruise until the competition has finished. We may feel more or less pain depending on our mood; sleep pattern, hunger, or activity.


Our nervous system is composed of the brain and the spinal cord, which combine to form the central nervous system, and our sensory and motor nerves, which include the peripheral nervous system. Nerves send information about what is happening in our environment to the brain via the spinal cord. The brain then sends information back to our nerves, helping us to perform actions in response.


There are many sources of pain, and how pain is treated depends in large part upon what type of pain it is. Acute pain typically comes on suddenly and has a limited duration. It’s frequently caused by damage to tissue such as bone, muscle, or organs Chronic pain is long-standing pain that persists beyond the usual recovery period or occurs along with a chronic health condition. 

  1. Neuropathic pain: this type of pain is caused by chronic nerve irritation or can also be a consequence of injury or infection. It is a spontaneous pain (pain that comes without stimulation) This pain feels like shooting, burning, stabbing, or electric shock-like pain; tingling, numbness, or a “pins and needles” feeling.
  2. Nociceptive pain: is typically the result of tissue injuries like a cut or a broken bone. This pain feels sharp, aching, or throbbing.
  3. Radicular pain: type of pain that radiates through the spine from the neck to the arms and hands, pain that radiates from the back and hip into your legs. The leg pain can be accompanied by numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness.
  4. Inflammatory Pain: An abnormal inflammation caused by an inappropriate response by the body’s immune system.


Pain shouldn’t limit your life. If you’re experiencing pain related to injury or have developed a condition that affects your daily activities and your overall quality of life. You are a candidate for pain management.


  • Arthritis
  • Auto accidents
  • Bulging disc
  • Degenerative disc disease
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Herniated disc
  • Low back pain
  • Migraines
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Pinched nerve
  • Sciatica
  • Spinal stenosis


Chiropractic treatment primarily uses different pain treatment alternatives to release chronic and acute pain affecting muscles, joints, bones, and connective tissue, such as cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. 

On the first consultation with the chiropractor, the doctor performs a detailed examination to search for causes of pain and the underlying conditions that may be causing the pain. 

Once the chiropractor determent what is causing the pain, and then the next step will be to design a specific treatment that works best for the patient’s specific condition.
Chiropractors often use a wide range of non-surgical, interventional treatments and therapies to reduce the amount of medication the patient needs to take or avoid the need for surgery. 

In some cases, the chiropractor will coordinate treatment between multiple doctors and healthcare professionals to identify and treat the source of the pain, and to reduce or eliminate the pain. 

In Advanced Rehabilitation Clinics of Texas, we focus on the person, not just the pain. We offer drug-less treatments to help the patient to avoid narcotics to control pain. These medications can be highly addictive, and they also can interact with other medicines you use and create addictions and severe side effects. 

Pain management can give you the skills to manage your pain independently and make you more able to function. Advanced Rehabilitation Clinics of Texas diagnose and manage acute and chronic pain to raise your quality of life.

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