Pain Disorders

Dr. Egerman and Dr. Durham founded Pain Resources to provide you with a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive approach to the treatment and management of your acute or chronic pain. We have the training and experience necessary to diagnose and treat your pain in our compassionate environment.

Our team includes Pain Management Specialists, Anesthesiologists, Psychologists, Orthopedic Spinal Surgeons, Neurosurgeons, Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation, Neurologist and physical therapists. We will work to find the most effective options to help you manage your pain and return you to a more active lifestyle.

The conditions we treat include:

Neck

Neck Pain Neck pain, both acute and chronic.
Whatever its cause, you know that your neck pain has a big impact on the quality of your life. Neck pain has many causes that can range from accidents, trauma, stress, pinched nerves, arthritis or muscle strain. It's often difficult to know for certain what's causing pain. Depending upon the cause, our Pain Resources team can help create a treatment plan with new technologies so you can enjoy life again.

Peripheral entrapment pain and whiplash injury.
Symptoms associated with nerve and soft tissue conditions are difficult to live with. Peripheral entrapment or a trapped nerve is caused by physical compression producing distant nerve pain symptoms. An example is whiplash of the neck when injured in a motor vehicle accident. The damage to the bone structures and soft tissues can be a chronic condition. When conservative treatments fail, Pain Resources can help.

Chest wall pain: acute and chronic.
The chest wall includes the skin, ribs and muscles that surround the ribs. Several conditions can cause the skin, muscles, bones, tendons, soft tissue and cartilage of the chest to become painful. Any kind of trauma, including recent surgery, can cause the chest wall to hurt. Finding the cause of your chest pain can be challenging. Our goal is to find the cause and help you find relief.

Ischemic pain/vascular insufficiency.
Vascular pain affects millions of Americans and occurs when communication between blood vessels and nerves is interrupted. The person with peripheral vascular disease may experience ischemic pain an unpleasant, often excruciating pain associated with decreased blood flow. Our Pain Resources team will determine the underlying cause of your pain and create a personalized plan for you so that you can return to normal activities.

Relief begins with your phone call or e-mail. Schedule a visit with us, we're located in The Woodlands and let's work together to make your life better.

3115 College Park Drive Suite 103C

The Woodlands TX 77384

Phone: 936-273-1133

Fax: 936-273-1335