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TAKE BACK THE LITTLE THINGS PAIN HAS TAKEN AWAY​

What is Neurostimulation?

Pain varies from person to person and Neurostimulation allows you to adjust your pain relief in the palm of your hand. Through the small hand held device and an implantable Abott pulse generator, a person is able to increase or decrease the impulse intensity as needed. Since Neurostimulation is not medication, you do not have to worry about unwanted side effects like sedation, constipation, liver or kidney damage, or addiction associated with many of the medications that are commonly prescribed today. Neurostimulation is covered by most major insurance plans incluiding Medicare and worker’s compensation. 

Ask your provider today for more details.

Why Choose Us?

ON-SITE LABORATORY

  • Using the latest scientific technology, our laboratory provides precise, timely services that are convenient to you.

QUALIFIED DOCTORS

  • All our physicians's speciality is in pain medicine. This means you are seen by experienced physicians with extensive training. Click the button below to learn more.

ONE-STOP CARE

  • We use cutting edge therapy and the most advanced interventional pain techniques to help reduce, and in some cases, eliminate.
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PAIN MANAGEMENT

Your Pain Therapy Options

At El Paso Pain Center, we offer everything from Medical Monitoring to Minimally Invasive Pain Procedures. Each patient is treated case by case, providing a custom care plan to maximize your treatment success.

ON-SITE LABORATORY

Laboratory

Using the latest scientific technology, our laboratory provides precise, timely services that are convenient to you. We offer lab draws, urinary analysis and pharmacogenomics options.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE PAIN PROCEDURES​

Treatments

We offer a large variety of interventional pain procedures that are minimally invasive and done in-clinic, avoiding costly hospital bills. This means one-stop care for pain relief. We offer Joint injections, Epidural injections, Nerve Blocks, Discogram, Vertebroplasty, Kyphoplasty, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, Radiofrequency Abalation, Abbott Neurostimulator and many more!

BOARD CERTIFIED PAIN DOCTORS​

What Does That Mean For You?

Our doctors are Double Board Certified in their speciality and Pain Medicine. This means you are receiving the best care with experienced physicians.

MEET YOUR PROVIDERS

Our compassionate doctors and staff at El Paso Pain Center are committed to keeping you safe and comfortable throughout your stay.

Insurances Accepted

We accept almost all insurances, and strive to have you scheduled within 24 hours. Please call (469) 294-0083 to verify if we accept your insurance if it is not listed below.

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