Taking a close look at your leg pain
If you experience leg pain regularly, you likely have a difficulty enjoying your quality of life. It can make it difficult for you to have a good time, and may even be debilitating in some cases. However, the fact of the matter is that there are numerous reasons why you may be experiencing leg pain that need to be considered before a proper solution is given. Some of the more common reasons why leg pain may be a problem include Achilles tendinitis, a Baker's cyst, a tendon rupture, an ACL injury, bursitis, fibromyalgia, gout, and even bone cancer. Some of the issues that can result in leg pain may even radiate from other areas of the body, including problems that exist in the lower spine. Varicose veins, blood clots and poor circulation may also be behind the leg pain that you are experiencing.
Since there are so many different reasons why you may be experiencing leg pain, it’s important for you to choose a qualified physician that can diagnose the problem and provide you with pain management solutions that are going to help you. You can trust the fact that PainDocs can provide you with these solutions, as they have multiple physicians employed in their six locations that are qualified at diagnosing pain and in providing the medication and other treatment options that are available to help manage it. Although the treatments may vary from one individual to another, some of the types of treatments that may be available for the pain you are experiencing include trigger point injections, nerve block and Rhizotomy, which is a surgical procedure where the nerve roots are cut which will often help to relieve some of the pain that you are experiencing.
Why choose PainDocs for your leg pain? The Dallas Pain Solutions
It doesn't matter whether you are experiencing severe, persistent leg pain or if you have pain in any other area of the body, there is a reason why you can trust us to provide you with the pain management resources that you need. Our pain care specialists and physicians are able to work with your primary care doctor, physical therapist or chiropractor in order to give you a pain relief and treatment program that will work well for you.