When persistent pain interferes with your ability to work or go about your usual routine, the medical team at ER Near Me, with locations in Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas, can help. Amaha Hailey, MD, and the experienced staff physicians offer concierge-style services, including on-site diagnostics and pain management services to address headaches, back pain, and joint pain. They create custom treatment plans to help you feel better faster. Learn more about treatment options for pain by visiting the office nearest you.
Pain Management Q&A
The staff at ER Near Me offers a variety of treatment options for pain conditions that affect your:
If pain is the result of an existing condition, the staff creates a treatment plan to address the underlying cause of your pain.
When you’re not sure what’s causing your pain, the team uses the latest on-site technology to diagnose your condition, so treatment can start as soon as possible.
The team at ER Near Me offers advanced imaging technology to access your inner structures and identify the source of your pain. This technology includes:
- CT scan
Each technology allows the medical staff to carefully assess conditions, like muscle tears, herniated discs, or fractured bones, that cause persistent pain.
After achieving a diagnosis, the medical team may recommend over-the-counter or prescription pain relievers or anti-inflammatories to alleviate pain and inflammation for soft tissue injuries and other conditions.
If oral medications aren’t enough to address your pain, the ER Near Me physicians may recommend injections of anesthetic medicines to provide you with quick pain relief.
Additionally, you may need to limit your activities, including work or school to ensure you get enough rest. This can help your body heal naturally and restore your overall health more quickly.
When oral medications or injections aren’t enough to treat your condition or pain, the staff may recommend on-site inpatient services. Inpatient care allows the doctors to monitor your health and pain over several hours for your safety.
You can relax in a comfortable observation suite in an attractively decorated space stocked with a full refrigerator and snack bar.
This observation period may also be necessary if the staff has difficulty diagnosing your pain and needs to perform additional testing. You can remain in inpatient care for up to 23 hours. The staff can directly admit you to a hospital of your choice if you require further care.
Don’t let persistent pain slow you down. Our Concierge Emergency Room will offer the care you need and give a comprehensive evaluation to be better informed about your pain.