Hormone Therapy in Texas
Texas Pain Network was created in order to give you proper information and guidelines on how to live a healthier life, and to feel great along the way. Our certified providers in-depth knowledge regarding all aspects of living a healthier life were designed to give you the most out of every day.
Our professional recommendations cover all of the following:
- Exercise programs designed for your body
- Diet information
- Tips to getting a full night’s rest
- Avoiding activities that contribute to existing pain
- Maintaining a healthy lifestyle to continue into your daily routine
What are the kinds Hormone Therapy?
Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, or BHRT, is the most natural way to overcome hormone deficiencies and hormone imbalances at any age. Bio-identical hormones have many benefits over conjugated hormones. These hormones are delivered to patients in the form of pellets. These pellets are patients can return to their normal active lifestyles and exercise routines.
The purpose of testosterone injections is to help regulate hormone levels to help address problems related to low T.
In addition to these services offered, The Texas Pain Network also offers specific programs designed for patients looking to target one area of their lifestyle they would like to improve.
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Hormone imbalances can have a negative impact on your life which can lead to you feeling like an entirely different person.
Some symptoms include:
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Mood swings
- Drastic weight changes
- Energy levels swinging
- Shortness of thought
- Decreased libido
Our certified providers will work with you in a supportive and energetic environment to determine if you have a hormone imbalance in your body and implement a treatment option that will best suite you and your body. We offer state-of-the-art technology at The Texas Pain Network to ensure we can effectively treat you and your body.
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Treatment options available at Texas Pain Network Include
Hormone Therapy for Pain Management
Pain can be the result of many causes including injury, infection, arthritis, nerve damage, etc. But for many, there is an underlying inflammatory component with any condition that not only adds to pain but prevents healing and tissue repair.
So what do your hormones have to do with this?
chronic pain and inflammation can be precursors to hormone imbalance related specifically to estrogen, testosterone, progestrone and cortisol.
Having lower than “optimal” estrogen levels has been repeatedly linked to osteoarthritis as estrogens influence the way joint tissues help with bone production and re-building, promoting muscle growth as well as decreasing muscle breakdown.
Testosterone contributes to the buildup and strengthening of tissues and has also been shown to reduce inflammatory markers. This is helpful for pain management because, in general, lower inflammation levels can help to minimize pain and pain-related symptoms.
Progesterone well known for its anti-inflammatory benefits. More specifically, progesterone has been shown to reduce neuropathic pain, which is a complex, chronic pain involving nerve damage.
Released by the body in high-stress, unexpected situations (think a loud noise that terrifies you or an unexpected misstep that almost sends you falling down the stairs) to enable fast recovery in the system, one of the primary roles of cortisol in the body is to minimize inflammation and control your body’s immune response. But continuous, ongoing stress and stimulation of your adrenal glands (as in the case of chronic pain) can lead to a depletion of cortisol, allowing inflammatory processes within your body to overstimulate, leading to swelling, pain and even tissue damage.
Managing any hormonal imbalance caused by chronic pain can help to minimize symptoms and improve quality of life.
Other Conditions Treated (no copy needed):
- Achilles Tendinitis
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
- Extruded Discs
- Foot Pain
- Hammer Toe
- Heel Spur
- Hip and Leg Pain
- Knee Pain
- Low Back Pain
- Motor Vehicle Injuries
- Pelvic Pain
- Phantom Limb Pain
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Post Herpetic Neuralgia
- Post Laminectomy Syndrome
- Prolapsed Disc
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
- Rotator Cuff Tear
- Sacroiliac Joint Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Upper Back Pain
- Vertebral Body Fractures
- Vertebral Compression Fractures
- Whiplash Pain
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