Richardson TX Pain Management Physiotherapy Chronic & Acute Services Launched

Richardson, Texas clinic Richardson Pain & Wellness launched a series of high-quality pain management solutions, including trigger point injections, physiotherapy and many others.

Richardson, United States - November 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Richardson Pain & Wellness, a health clinic based in Richardson, Texas, announced an updated range of conservative pain management services for patients in Richardson, Plano, Garland and the surrounding areas. By implementing clinically confirmed pain relief and management techniques, the clinic helps patients experience significant pain relief and improve their musculoskeletal function and mobility.

More details can be found at https://www.richardsonpainandwellness.com/conservative-pain-management.html.

The procedures and treatments used by the medical doctors at Richardson Pain & Wellness aim to provide effective and sustainable pain relief without resorting to multiple prescriptions or surgical procedures.

The clinic undertakes a series of thorough preliminary investigations to discover the root cause of each patient’s pain and create an appropriate pain management plan.

Available procedures include anesthetic and steroid joint injections, trigger point injections, muscle relaxers and professional physiotherapy. All procedures are applied by certified medical professionals in clinically controlled conditions to ensure high standards of safety, quality and efficiency.

Both leading doctors at Richardson Pain & Wellness are experts in testosterone replacement treatments for men and have extensive experience working with patients suffering from a wide range of conditions.

All treatments and procedures are customized according to the health needs and lifestyle preferences of each patient, so that they are as effective as possible.

A spokesperson for the clinic explained: “At Richardson Pain & Wellness, we won’t simply apply a treatment before we really get to know you, your condition, as well as your goals. We’ll take the time to review your medical history and perform our own thorough physical exam so we can produce an accurate diagnosis and form a plan that’s designed just for you.”

With the latest update, the Richardson clinic continues to expand its range of high-quality services according to the latest medical research developments.

Interested parties can find more information on the clinic’s latest services by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Z.
Email: Send Email
Organization: Richardson Pain & Wellness
Address: 777 S Central Expy #6E, Richardson, Texas 75080, United States
Phone: +1-972-907-1125
Website: https://www.richardsonpainandwellness.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934800

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