About Us

A Trusted Collective of Pain Management Specialists in Texas

Pain Specialists of America was officially created in 2017, but we have been providing Texas residents with high-quality pain management services for more than a decade. Our collection of pain management clinics was born from a collaboration between Pain Specialists of Austin and Central Texas Pain Center— two longstanding medical providers. We have pooled the resources of all of these clinics and specialists to create one comprehensive network of pain management services.

We are committed to treating patients suffering from any type of acute or chronic pain and getting them back to full functionality. Our physicians are trained to use evidence-based techniques and state-of-the-art treatments for all types of pain.

Our Clinics & Services

You can find Pain Specialists of America clinics throughout Central Texas. Our network includes 18 clinics, 2 surgery centers, and 2 pharmacies. We have treated patients of all ages who were dealing with a wide variety of painful conditions. Our patients come from all across Texas and we have several providers that speak Spanish so that we can better serve the diverse population in our communities.

When a patient arrives at one of our clinics, our physicians will administer a comprehensive evaluation to diagnose the cause of their problem. With this information in hand, we can start building a personalized treatment plan designed for efficiency and long-term relief. Our team works closely with patients to help improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Treatment plans may involve a combination of medication, regenerative medicine, nerve blocks, and more. It all depends on your preferences and which treatments best match your needs.

If you are looking for a pain relief plan that provides long-term relief, rather than a short-term fix, call (855) 876-7246 to schedule an appointment at a Pain Specialists of America clinic near you.

From the Doctor's Desk

Learn more about our multidisciplinary approach to pain management, and find out how the science
of understanding pain is helping to develop new treatments in the field.