Pain Relief Specialist

Source One Physical Therapy -  - Physical Therapist

Source One Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists & Occupational Therapists located in Plano, TX & Fort Worth, TX

Following an accident or injury, the pain can be intense, and overcoming it often requires the help of trained professionals. Source One has locations in North Plano, West Plano, and Fort Worth, TX to help you with pain relief.

Pain Relief Q & A

How Serious is the Pain?

Devising a pain relief plan requires first diagnosing where exactly the pain is coming from. That being said, pain comes in many different types and can be felt in joints, bones, muscles, tissues, organs, and everything in between. You may even develop chronic pain, which can lead to debilitating mental issues such as depression and anxiety as well.

What is Pain Relief?

Pain relief is an encompassing term that refers to a broad range of available healthcare options that can help to manage pain and other related symptoms. Good pain relief, therefore, typically results in the formation of multiple treatment plans to satisfy an individual patient’s needs.

What Else Constitutes Pain Relief?

Therapy is the hallmark of pain relief. The emphasis here is on diagnosing the source of the pain and treating it with rehabilitative measures. Many doctors will prescribe medication to relieve symptoms, but in worst case scenarios, patients may find themselves dependent on medication to live, if not addicted.

Of course, if pain becomes serious and unendurable, more invasive measures may be needed. However, most pain can be alleviated using physical therapy. It is a matter of finding the right practitioner based on your case.

What are the Different Types of Available Therapy?

Depending on the nature of the pain, there are different available therapeutic options. The following are some of the most common.

  • General Physical Therapy: From sprains to post-op rehabilitation, general physical therapy can help to alleviate many pain-related symptoms.
  • Occupational Therapy: While recovering from work-related injury or illness, occupational therapy can help you get back on track.
  • Sports Medicine: Athletes can suffer any number of minor to severe injuries that could limit their ability to perform. Sports medicine is a pain relief option that specializes in alleviating these issues.

Many other varieties of therapy could help relieve pain, and these options should be discussed with a licensed healthcare provider.

Insurances We Accept

We accept workers’ compensation and most major insurance plans. We also accept patients under letters of protection. Please contact your insurance company or you may call our office at (817) 457-9850 in Ft. Worth, (469) 658-0100 in North Plano or (972) 801-2190 in West Plano to find out if we accept your insurance plan. If your insurance plan requires you to pay a co-payment, co-insurance, and/or a deductible, you will need to pay at the time of your visit. For your convenience we accept cash, checks, Visa, and MasterCard.

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