Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas is a Primary Care with a Specialty in Neuropathy & Pain Management that helps people live healthier, more productive, and active lives by offering drug-free pain relief and physical medicine treatments at the offices in Fort Worth, Arlington, Waco, and Wichita Falls, Texas. Aminidhan Thakkar, MD, Jason Kouri, MD, Morgan Howard, PA-C, Grant Michalak, PA-C, and their team treat patients as whole people rather than collections of symptoms. They use a functional medicine approach to create customized treatment plans based on a complete diagnostic assessment.
The Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas team diagnoses and treats a variety of medical conditions, including back and neck pain, sciatica, and other causes of leg pain, headaches and migraines, painful joints, arthritis, nerve compression, and auto accident or sports injuries. They also offer state-of-the-art testing for and treatment of allergies and services to support men's health, including extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) for erectile dysfunction.
Many patients find the exceptional rehabilitation services and primary care available at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas deliver outstanding results. Other advanced forms of medical pain relief treatments include trigger point injections to relieve muscular pain. Patients can also benefit from nutritional IV infusions to boost overall health and wellness and advanced laser treatment using M6 MLS® (multiwave locked system) robotic laser technology to treat chronic pain.
The Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas team plays an active role in numerous organizations and charities, including local projects like the Hope Center for Autism, the Fort Worth Amputee Coalition, and the Tarrant Area Food Bank. Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas is now accepting new patients. Call to schedule your appointment today at the most convenient office and see which of our treatments are right for you.
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Words from our patients
"My family and I have been to this location several times and have had the best care."
"They were very clean and nice. Helped with the pain and even gave good home advice for things to to when I was not in therapy. Love being a client and will go back ..."
"After more than a year of terrible back pain, they have been able to learn the pain through all their different team methods. Super nice and helpful!"
"Starting to see some positive results in a very bad case of neuropathy. Staff is very professional and friendly."
"The professional and caring staff make you really feel at ease and push you to do more while not pushing you into more pain."
"They care and they try everything to have a positive outcome."