Patient care is our focus at Texas Pain, and with this transition into a new brand, I believe the patient experience will be markedly improved.
Tyler, Texas (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
Axis Spine Care, a well-respected, multi-disciplinary pain management practice in Tyler, Texas, has officially changed its name to “Texas Pain.” (http://www.texaspain.com). The new name has resulted from a partnership with Boost Medical, a boutique medical consulting firm, which is helping re-brand the Texas pain management practice to better serve their patients.
“Patient care is our focus at Texas Pain, and with this transition into a new brand, I believe the patient experience will be markedly improved,” says Texas Pain physician Dr. Lee Griffith.
The re-branding for Texas Pain includes a new comprehensive website, a total of four locations throughout Texas and an ongoing effort to provide their patient community with the most elite services for world class medical care. In addition to their Tyler-based clinic, they have now expanded into Longview, Lufkin, and Sulphur, Texas. All four locations offer a dynamic team of double-board certified pain management physicians, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, physician’s assistants, and strategic partners. Each team member works together to create individualized treatment plans for their patients. Since partnering with Boost Medical, Texas Pain is also quickly becoming a leader in regenerative medicine, as they have been selected to participate in a revolutionary stem cell study for back pain.
Texas Pain offers cutting-edge treatments for various types of chronic pain conditions, including back pain, neck pain, headaches, facial pain, joint pain, hip pain, cancer pain, fibromyalgia and various other pain syndromes. Texas Pain conducts safe, minimally invasive and highly effective treatments for patients who are desperate for relief, including x-ray guided epidural steroid injections, ultra-sound guided procedures, discograms, facet blocks, medial branch blocks, occipital nerve blocks, percutaneous disc decompression and discectomies, peripheral nerve stimulation, radiofrequency ablation, spinal cord stimulator implants, stellate ganglion blocks, sacroiliac joint injections, intrathecal pump implants, and more. Using the best diagnostics available, they work to find the source of a patient’s pain, and then treat it with the most advanced technologies in the field. For more information about Texas Pain, formerly known as “Axis Spine Care,” visit http://www.texaspain.com or call 903-531-2500.