Performance Pain and Sports Medicine
Performance Pain and Sports Medicine provides services that relieve pain and enable patients to live a productive life without needing surgery.
The practice has offices in Houston, Texas; and Lawrenceville, New Jersey, bringing the considerable expertise of the multidisciplinary team to people across two states.
The Performance Pain and Sports Medicine team understands that every patient is different and deserves a comprehensive, customized treatment plan. They provide expert therapies for an extensive range of musculoskeletal conditions, including back and neck pain, fibromyalgia, headaches and migraines, neuropathic (nerve) pain, and joint pain.
Patients benefit from convenient opening hours, low or no wait times, VIP access to their doctor via direct email, one-on-one time with their specialist.
Performance Pain and Sports Medicine's team of interventional pain physicians takes the appropriate amount of time to diagnose patients. This means they deliver an accurate diagnosis that results in patients needing fewer injection therapies compared with many practices. Patients who follow their treatment program also benefit from far lower surgical rates.
Between the state of the art pain suite on site and local surgery centers, your procedure will always be done in a professional setting.
Some of the team’s advanced treatments include spinal cord stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, percutaneous disc decompression, endoscopic spine procedures, and interspinous spacers, alongside a wide range of physical therapies, regenerative medicine treatments, and complementary therapies.
The team responds promptly to communications, and all staff members are professional, courteous, friendly, and accommodating. Everyone 12 and older are welcome at Performance Pain and Sports Medicine, especially members of the LGBTQ+ community.
For a holistic, patient-centered approach to chronic pain and a unique combination of services that is not available anywhere else, call Performance Pain and Sports Medicine today.