Pain Management Austin

Pain Management


The Pain Management team at Little River Healthcare will help you vanquish your anguish. Pain Management helps you control ongoing pain, especially if you suffer from long-term or chronic pain. After your initial Pain Management consultation with a Little River Healthcare Pain Management provider, you may receive a prescription to relieve the specific types of pain you’re experiencing in the most precise area of your body.

The Pain Management doctor may also prescribe other pain treatments, or psychotherapy to help relieve your pain.

At Little River Healthcare, we understand the devastating effects that pain can have on your quality of life. That’s why our Pain Management specialists go above and beyond to restore your quality of life and ensure that you see results and experience relief.


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Pain Management Locations

King’s Daughters Clinic
1905 SW H.K. Dodgen Loop
Temple, TX 76502
Phone: (254) 298-2400
Pain Management Doctors in Temple, Belton, Waco, Killeen, Harker Heights.

Rockdale Family Care – Suite A
1700 Brazos Ave. Suite A
Rockdale, TX 76567
Phone: (512) 446-4545
Pain Management Doctors for Rockdale, Cameron, Milano, Thorndale, and all of Milam County.

Click on any Pain Management provider below to check out their full bio. Click here to book an appointment online.


Our Pain Management providers see and treat patients for the following illnesses, symptoms and disorders at our Central Texas offices:

• Chronic Pain
• Pinched Nerve
• Shoulder Pain
• Back Pain
• Jaw Pain
• Chronic Headaches
• Painful Nerve Disorders
• Joint Pain
• Arthritis
• Carpal Tunnel
• Sinus Pain
• Tendonitis
• Pelvic Pain
• Injury-Related Pain
• Anxiety
• Fatigue
• Visceral Pain
• Foot Pain
• Long-Term Pain
• Chest Pain
• Neck Pain


What is Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain is defined as any pain that lasts more than 12 weeks. Acute pain is what we experience when we sustain an injury, which is very different from chronic pain. Chronic pain can persist for months or even years with no apparent cause, though the condition could stem from past injury, diseases, or psychological disorders.

Some types of treatments for chronic pain include acupuncture, surgery, medications, electrical stimulation, and nerve blocks. If you are experiencing any of the following chronic pain symptoms, contact a Little River Healthcare Pain Management doctor and seek treatment today.

• Long-Term Pain
• Loss of Sleep
• Persisting Pain
• Depression
• Back & Neck Pain
• Arthritis
• Shingles
• Cancer-Related Pain
• Nerve Pain
• Prolonged Stomach Pain
• Prolonged Pelvic Pain
• Joint Pain


Chronic pain can occur throughout most areas of the body and each case may be caused for a number of reasons. The most common areas affected by chronic pain include the: hips, back, neck, joints, abdomen, shoulders, knees, and muscles.

The cause of chronic pain can often be linked to both physical and mental origins and may stem from injuries, diseases, or poor health and posture.

Other factors include:

• Trauma
• Nerve Damage
• Arthritis
• Obesity
• Aging
• Diabetes
• Cancer
• Fibromyalgia


By practicing the following actions, it may be possible to prevent some types of chronic pain:

• Treat Health Problems Early
• Get a Healthy Amount of Sleep
• Exercise Frequently
• Maintain a Balanced Diet
• Reduce Stress Levels
• Improve Your Posture
• Protect Your Joints
• Reduce Physical Strain