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Back Pain Specialist

Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas -  - Primary Care with a Specialty in Neuropathy & Pain Management

Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas

Primary Care with a Specialty in Neuropathy & Pain Management located in Fort Worth, TX & Arlington, TX

Americans are well familiar with back pain — 80% report lower back at some point in their lives, and it’s one of the primary drivers of missed workdays. If you’re experiencing ongoing problems with back pain, the experienced pain management specialists at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas can help. Using the latest noninvasive therapies, the team can get you back to pain-free mobility. There are four offices in Fort Worth, Arlington, Waco, and Wichita Falls, Texas, so call the one nearest you or book an appointment online today.

Back Pain Q & A

What is the anatomy of the back?

At the heart of your back lies your spine, which is comprised of 33 vertebrae divided into five sections, including your:

  • Cervical spine or neck
  • Thoracic spine, or mid-back
  • Lumbar spine, or lower back
  • Sacrum
  • Coccyx

Surrounding your spine is a host of connective tissues, including:

  • Tendons
  • Muscles
  • Ligaments
  • Discs

These components all come together to provide foundational support for your body, mobility, and range of motion.


What are the most common causes of back pain?

The most common causes of back pain include:

Degenerative disc disease and herniated discs

Your discs provide critical cushioning between your vertebrae, but if they break down, the disc can bulge out and irritate the highly sensitive nerve roots in the area.

Muscle strains

The muscles in your back are hardworking, which means they’re susceptible to strains if they’re pushed past their limits.

Spinal stenosis

The condition is a narrowing of your spinal canal, which can crowd and irritate your nerves.

Compression fractures

If you’re losing bone density, your vertebrae may collapse over time.


If the facet joints in your back begin to degenerate because of arthritis, you can be left with pain that gets progressively worse.


Back pain most often strikes your lower back because this area is responsible for much of the range of motion in your body. That said, conditions like compression fractures typically affect your mid-back. No matter where your back pain originates, the Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas team can help you find a solution.


How is back pain treated?

After thoroughly analyzing the source of your back pain using the latest diagnostic tools, the team at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas turns to cutting-edge, noninvasive procedures to bring you relief, including:

  • Chiropractic care
  • Nonsurgical spinal decompression
  • Massage therapy
  • M6 MLS® (multiwave locked system) robotic laser 
  • Nutrition counseling
  • Nutritional intravenous (IV) infusions
  • Trigger point injections

Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas aims to relieve your pain, so your provider works tirelessly toward that end to restore your quality of life. 


To find much-needed relief for your back pain, call Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas, or request an appointment using the online scheduling tool.