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Pain Recovery Center of Tyler
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Pain Recovery Center of Tyler’s commitment to our East Texas patients has led us to be a leader in pain management.
Pain Recovery Center of Tyler’s commitment to our East Texas patients has led us to be a leader in pain management.

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As the body ages, the joints begin to deteriorate. This is most often caused by the natural aging process, joint overuse during sports and work activities, or a previous joint injury or surgery.

For patients suffering from chronic joint pain and osteoarthritis in the Greater Tyler, Texas communities, Pain Recovery Center of Tyler now offers platelet rich plasma therapy through the use of PRP injections.

To learn more about this innovative treatment option, please contact our office directly at (903) 526-5000.
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Orthopedic and sports injuries impact countless residents of East Texas each year. Unfortunately, rest, ice, physical therapy, and over-the-counter medications are not always enough to treat a bone or soft tissue injury. Orthopedic stem cell therapy is a safe and effective way to help heal orthopedic joint injuries when conservative measures have failed.

Pain Recovery Center of Tyler now offers the very latest in stem cell injections. Contact our team at (903) 526-5000 for a consultation.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/2ATwlBJ.
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Our goal at Pain Recovery Center of Tyler is to help each and every East Texas patient overcome their pain using the most modern and conservative pain management techniques available today.

Our clinic works with attorneys, employers and insurance adjusters, as well as workers compensation cases. We can help provide medical treatments with a “Letter of Protection.”

Call us today to make an appointment at (903) 526-5000. http://www.paincentertyler.com
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Have you been injured at work and need medical assistance?

At Pain Recovery Center of Tyler, we perform a complete medical evaluation on each injured worker to determine the extent of injury. When we reach a diagnosis, we will discuss the pain management treatment options available, such as physical therapy, injections or spinal decompression.
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If you have been injured in an automobile accident, we recommend visiting with a physician at our clinic immediately following the accident even though you may not feel pain symptoms for hours or days.

A combination of treatments within the first 6 weeks following your auto accident will optimize the resolution of soft tissue injuries. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2vEGe1S.
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Spinal decompression therapy, available at Pain Recovery Center of Tyler, effectively treats neck and back pain resulting from bulging and herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and even relapse or failed surgery.

If you are struggling with chronic spinal pain and think surgery is your only option, contact our team today to learn more about this innovative treatment option.
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When you're in pain, getting the right pain management treatment is what's most important. That's why Pain Recovery Center of Tyler offers various pain-relieving therapies for our East Texas patients. Whether it's a simple strain, or a chronic disc problem in your spine, we'll locate the cause of your pain and prescribe the best course of treatment. http://www.paincentertyler.com
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How can you relieve/reduce back pain?

There are numerous ways to reduce back pain including exercise, practicing good posture, limiting time in bed and sitting down, strengthening the core, improving flexibility, using ice and heat therapy, and visiting a physician for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
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Pain-free movement is critical to a patient’s quality of life. When a patient is suffering from pain, they often discontinue physical activities, avoid many daily tasks and lose productivity at the work place. Physical therapy and rehabilitation aims to restore, maintain and promote overall fitness and health.
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How is chronic pain defined?

Chronic pain is most often defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks (3 months). According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, more than 1.5 billion people around the world have chronic pain. https://bit.ly/2BKZI6Z
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