Pain can severely limit your life.

Few diseases so directly and severely impact your ability to enjoy time with family, play sports, engage in hobbies and work like chronic pain does.

Our mission is to use the treatments described below to get you back to doing the things you love and miss. 

Don’t let pain make you miss out on one more day of joy and fulfillment!

  • Vertiflex

    Back and leg pain

  • Spinal Cord Neuromodulation

    Neck, back, arm, leg, and abdominal pain

  • HFX for Painful Diabetic Neuropathy

  • Venous Ablation

    Pain from leg veins

  • Kyphoplasty

    Spine fracture pain

  • Stimwave

    Pain from specific nerves and the spine

  • Genicular Nerve RFA

    Knee pain

  • Discography

    Head, Neck and Spine

  • Epidurals

    Neck, arm, back, and leg pain

  • Medial Branch Blocks

    Arthritis pain of the neck and back

  • Injections for Headaches

  • Knee, Shoulder, Hip injections

    Joint and sports related pain

  • SIJ Blocks

    Pain from the sacroiliac joint

  • Amniotic Stem Cell Therapies

    Pain in joints and back



If surgery is not an optimal option and injections don’t give lasting relief, we offer a minimally invasive treatment for back and leg pain that helps correct the problem causing the pain.

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The outcomes were sustained over a 5-year study.

The following video explains how VertiFlex can help you

Spinal Cord Neuromodulation

This is a revolutionary therapy that can reduce neck, back, arm and leg pain by 80% even in patients that have had multiple surgeries yet continue to have pain. We can specifically target your pain patter with a treatment customized to you.


BurstDR™ stimulation is best for patients whose pain is more broadly spread in the trunk and/or limbs. It works by mimicking natural patterns found in the brain.6 Studies show that BurstDR stimulation may not only improve your ability to perform everyday activities but also may relieve the emotional suffering that pain can cause.6-7 The result: relief from pain and the chance to reclaim your life.7


SCS includes a small implanted device that safely transmits mild and undetectable electrical pulses to the spinal cord.The pulses calm the nerves and reduce pain signals to the brain.
HF10 is the only SCS treatment designated as superior by the FDA for getting the best results in both chronic back and leg pain.

HF10 Patients Stories

Dorsal Root Ganglion Stimulation

The DRG Neurostimulator System treats chronic pain in the foot, knee, or groin in patients with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS).
Proven to provide more relief. DRG therapy treats patients with neuropathic chronic pain associated with CRPS of the lower limbs.


A neurostimulator is a device similar to a pacemaker implanted under the skin typically in your abdomen.
The neurostimulator delivers mild electrical impulses to an area near your spine; the neurostimulator in a way outsmarts your pain.

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HFX for Painful Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is the most common chronic complication of diabetes, which is a disease that impacts more than 34 million Americans. Many people with painful diabetic neuropathy (PDN) experience pain including numbness, burning, and stabbing in the hands and feet. For people not finding relief with traditional treatments, these people now have access to a brand-new therapy option to alleviate these symptoms.

Texas Pain Consultant Associates is proud to offer a newly approved non-drug treatment for people with PDN. HFX for PDN is a spinal cord stimulation device that delivers mild pulses at a high frequency directly to the spinal cord to quiet pain-causing nerves. In a recent study, 92% of patients reported high satisfaction with the minimally invasive therapy.

Venous Ablation

Leg veins that don’t work properly can cause heaviness, pain, swelling, and color changes. We have an effective, minimally invasive treatment that we can do in the office to treat this.

The ClosureFast™ procedure utilizes patented, overlapping segmental radiofrequency ablation to deliver uniform heat to close the vein. Once sealed, blood is directed to nearby healthy veins.


Fractures in the spine can be extremely painful. A minimally invasive procedure allows for repair of the fracture and oftentimes results in fast pain relief.

Balloon Kyphoplasty Patient Animation


Individual nerves that have been damaged or lead to an area of pain can be stimulated to result in profound pain relief.

Genicular Nerve RFA for Knees

When knee injections fail or you still have pain after knee surgery, this treatment can provide long term relief of knee pain.

During this outpatient procedure, the physician uses a radiofrequency device to heat up and disrupt the genicular nerves. These are the sensory nerves that transmit pain signals from the knee to the brain. Disrupting these pathways can provide long term relief from knee pain.

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When nerves in the back are irritated from slipped or bulging discs or other injuries, a patient can develop sciatica (sharp or burning pain in the back and down the leg). Providing an anti-inflammatory treatment around the disc and nerves can significantly reduce pain.

Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection

Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection

Medial Branch Blocks and RFA

You can develop arthritis of the neck and low back that causes severe pain. These joints can be treated with anesthetic blocks and an ablation procedure to provide long term pain relief.

Medial Branch Blocks

Radiofrequency Neurotomy of the Lumbar Facets

Injections for Headaches

Headaches can arise from the nerves that traverse the back, side and front of the head. Anesthetic blocks of those nerves can help determine if they are the cause of the pain as well as provide pain relief.”

Occipital Neuralgia


Your doctor can perform a discogram to help determine which vertebral disc may be causing your pain. This involves using an x-ray machine to guide a needle to the affected disc and injecting contrast to see if the disc shows signs of injury.

Discography (Lumbar)

Knee, Shoulder, Hip injections

Arthritis and inflammation of knees, shoulders, hips, and other joints and severely limit physical function, impede your ability to play sports, and disrupt sleep. Anesthetic and steroid injections can help reduce inflammation and pain. Many of these injections can be done in minutes in the office using ultrasound guidance technologies.

Ultrasound-Guided Injection for Shoulder Pain

Joint Injection: Hip

Joint Injection (Therapeutic, Shoulder)

SIJ Blocks and RFA

The sacroiliac joint is a large joint that can cause significant low back and buttock pain. Injections of steroids and local anesthetic can decrease pain and inflammation. Anesthetic blocks and ablations of the nerve that enter the joint can provide long term relief.

Sacroiliac Joint Steroid Injection


Medications can be delivered directly to the area around your spinal cord to decrease pain and potentially reduce the need for oral pain medications.