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What Is a Compression Fracture of the Spine?

  December 18, 2018

At Texas Pain Management Institute, we treat the chronic pain associated with spinal compression fractures. In this article, we hope to provide important and helpful information in learning about the condition and how TPMI can help. Compression fractures of the spine occur when the blocks of the spinal cord (vertebral bodies) collapse. Fractures can affect one or more vertebrae and typically form in your mid or lower back and cause pain and limited mobility. Click "Read On" to find more information about spinal compression fractures.


Spinal Cord Stimulation For Chronic Pain

  November 8, 2018

Spinal cord stimulation involves a minimally invasive procedure in order to send low voltage stimulation to spinal nerves and block the feeling of pain. This procedure is used to treat chronic pain that has failed to respond to more conventional treatments such as medications, injections, or physical therapy. Click "Read More" to find more information about spinal cord stimulation.


Improve Your Pain Management By Keeping a Pain Journal

  October 16, 2018

A pain journal can help you get the specialized pain management you deserve by helping you record and track all of the symptoms associated with your chronic pain. Click "Read More" to learn how to improve your chronic pain with the use of a pain journal.


Epidural Steroid Injections

  October 1, 2018

Epidural Steroid Injections (ESIs) are relatively painless needle-based procedures used to reduce inflammation and irritation around specific nerves in the neck, mid-back or lower back. Click "Read More" to learn more about this procedure.


Understanding Fibromyalgia

  September 14, 2018

Fibromyalgia is the second most common condition that affects your muscles and bones; yet, it is also one of the most misunderstood and challenging disorders to correctly diagnose due to its broad, unspecific grouping of symptoms. Click "Read More" to learn about this debilitating disorder.


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