About DFW Spine Joint and Pain

Interventional Pain Management, Anti-Aging Wellness and Regenerative Medicine Specialists. Conveniently located on Eagle Mountain Lake in Fort Worth, Texas

DFW Spine Joint and Pain

DFW Spine Joint & Pain provides patient-centered care for adults 20 and over in and around Fort Worth, Texas. Experienced interventional specialist, Nikki Fox, DO, along side Amy Gregor, NP, personalize care plans to manage pain from a variety of diseases and injuries.

The providers value the time they spend with patients. This furthers their learning about the source of back pain, neck pain, joint pain, or another musculoskeletal ailment.  Advanced diagnostic technologies are utilizesd, including X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and computed tomography (CT) scans, to identify issues like arthritis, disc herniation, and spinal stenosis.

The DFW Spine Joint & Pain providers also understand the needs of athletes at all levels who are at risk for joint injuries and repetitive motion injuries. They diagnose and treat conditions like bursitis and carpal tunnel syndrome that cause persistent pain and affect a patient’s quality of life. Therapies such as Plasma Rich Platelet (PRP) are revolutionizing care for such conditions!

For men with bothersome symptoms of low testosterone, DFW Spine Joint & Pain offers bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BRHT) to restore hormone balance. Treatment can relieve symptoms like erectile dysfunction, low libido, and sluggish metabolism.

Women and men who are at risk for bone fractures due to osteoporosis can recieve help at DFW Spine Joint & Pain. Providers may prescribe bone-strengthening medications and other strategies to lower risk factors for bone loss and fractures.

DFW Spine Joint & Pain also offers medically supervised treatment plans for excessive weight. The providers focus on increasing muscle mass to support safe and healthy weight loss.

Call the office of DFW Spine Joint & Pain in Fort Worth Texas to schedule a consultation or book an appointment online today.