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“When I came in for my FREE CONSULTATION, I did not expect to continue treatment. But after reviewing my case with the doctor, I realized that my symptoms would continue to worsen. Now that I have had treatment, I have had improvements in my daily life and I can’t wait for more treatments.” - Willie J., TX

Neuropathy Treatment

At Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas, in Arlington and Fort Worth, symptoms of neuropathy are not our only focus, because, in all our treatment plans, we work to actually correct the underlying cause. Read More

Medical Pain Relief

If you’re seeking an alternative option for medical pain relief in Fort Worth or Arlington, Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas can help. Chronic pain can be debilitating, causing sufferers to become desperate for help. Read More

Knee Therapy

By treating patients like whole people rather than a collection of symptoms, we’re able to provide real knee pain solutions to the residents of Arlington and Fort Worth. Knee therapy is effective in treating the underlying causes of knee pain. Read More

Medical Weight Loss

Many things can hamper weight loss, so Neuropathy and Pain Center addresses issues like hormone imbalance, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, a sluggish metabolism, and other issues, because these problems may be preventing patients from reaching their goals. Read More

Physical Rehabilitation

Physical therapy is effective in alleviating pain and injury, especially when combined with other physical medicine treatments, including: trigger point injections and cold laser therapy. Read More

Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas

Physical Medicine in Fort Worth, Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas uses physical rehabilitation, medical pain relief, and other effective medical treatments to address a wide range of conditions, such as chronic pain. In Fort Worth and Arlington, you’ll find no clinic more committed to helping patients achieve their wellness goals, and no more highly trained and competent staff of medical professionals. Providing more than just Physical Medicine in Fort Worth, Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas is able to provide relief for a variety of issues, because we are an integrated functional medicine practice, specializing in not only the treatment of acute and chronic pain, but also natural health and wellness. For instance, if you’re seeking a solution for your migraines in Fort Worth, you’ll want to find a clinic that addresses the source of your problem, rather than treating you like a collection of symptoms. Because our staff is dedicated to finding the root cause of medical issues, we are able to find and address these problems, utilizing physical medicine treatments that include: drug-free pain relief, physical therapy and cold laser therapy. In Fort Worth, you’ll find no more competent ally in addressing conditions that include but are not limited to:

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Sciatica Leg Pain
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Disc Herniation
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Sciatica Leg Pain
  • Failed Back Surgery Treatment
  • Headaches/Migraines

At Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas, we provide physical medicine Fort Worth residents can trust. If you’re seeking physical medicine in Fort Worth, Texas, or you just want to learn how achieve your own optimal wellness, it’s time to call for a consultation. Call Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas Today Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas offers functional medicine , including physical therapy in Fort Worth, TX, 76132 and Arlington, TX, 76010. For your FREE consultation, call us today at (817) 953-2723

Latest News

Recognizing Early Signs and Symptoms of Arthritis

Arthritis is a condition that causes joint inflammation in various areas of the body. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis occurs in one or multiple joints in the body that have no relationship to one another. Rheumatoid arthritis affects similar joints on opposite sides of the body. A person with osteoarthritis will feel stiffness, pain, and discomfort at the later hours of the day, typically in the knees. Rheumatoid arthritis causes stiffness and pain in the hands and feet within the first hours of waking. Watch this video for more information. Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas serves Fort Worth with a variety of medical services, including arthritis relief. We also provide treatment for back and neck pain, headache relief, anti-aging solutions, weight loss help, massage, natural healthcare, allergy management, and...

The Basics of Diabetic Neuropathy Prevention

According to the American Diabetes Association, approximately half of people who are living with diabetes suffer from some form of nerve damage. When nerve damage is the result of diabetes, it is referred to as diabetic neuropathy. Typically, diabetic neuropathy is more common among people who have been living with diabetes for a number of years. People who have diabetes don’t produce enough insulin to break down blood glucose. As a result, the extra blood glucose can damage the walls of the blood vessels that provide nutrients to the body’s nerves. Nerves are responsible for sending pain messages to and from the brain. They also send signals about temperatures and touch. If the nerves are damaged, they won’t be able to send these signals or control other body systems. As a result, people with diabetic neuropathy may experience tingling, pain, and numbness in their feet and...

An Introduction to the World of Natural Wellness and Functional Medicine [INFOGRAPHIC]

Do you suffer from back pain, neck pain, migraine headaches, or chronic fatigue? Have you tried conventional approaches but still haven’t been able to find relief? If so, it may be time to consider visiting Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas, in Fort Worth. Functional medicine seeks to treat each patient as an individual, rather than as a collection of symptoms that make up a disease or medical condition. In functional healing, the practitioner and the patient work together to achieve optimal wellness, and all aspects of the patient’s life are addressed. Functional medicine attempts to correct imbalances in each individual for relief from chronic pain and illness. Take a look at this Infographic from our Fort Worth natural wellness center to understand more about functional medicine and natural healthcare. Please share with your friends and family!...

About the practice

At Neuropathy & Pain Centers of Texas, we provide physical medicine Fort Worth residents can trust. If you’re seeking physical medicine in Fort Worth, Texas, or you just want to learn how achieve your own optimal wellness, it’s time to call for a consultation.

Contact Us

Arlington Location: 2907 Medlin Dr. Arlington TX 76015 | (817) 953-2723

Fort Worth Location: 4925 S. Hulen St Fort Worth, TX 76132 | (817) 953-2723

Keller Location: 420 Johnson Rd. Suite 304 Keller, TX 76248 | (817) 953-2723

Garland Location: 4702 Northwest Hwy. Garland TX 75043 | (817) 953-2723