The Center for Pain Relief has been caring for the Clear Lake community since 1997. When we first opened our doors, we had one simple goal and that goal has never changed: reducing pain and suffering.
We are proud of our individual ‘hands on’ approach to patient care. We use state-of-the-art techniques to relieve pain and minimize reliance on medication. Visits focus on listening to your description of your symptoms and then performing a good physical examination. We don't just look at your x-rays or MRI and draw conclusions.
We accept most major insurance plans, Medicare, and USFHP. We know that the faster treatment is started the better. We will work with all new patients to see them as soon as possible.
This web site is called directpaypain.com because it is intended to enhance public awareness about our cash discount program for those who are uninsured or who have high deductibles. If you have insurance we are usually legally obligated to use your insurance. However, if you have a high deductible or out of pocket limits, you can still save money by having your procedures performed in the office. This can often save 50% or more.
We do not prescribe narcotics to patients who are paying cash. The purpose of the cash discount program is to make procedures more affordable.
We can provide viscosupplementation with either Synvisc One or Euflexxa at a total price that's less than the retail price of the drugs at a pharmacy. Click on these links for Synvisc One prices or Euflexxa prices then compare them with our cash discount program, which includes the drug and the procedure.
We offer these injections with X-ray guidance to ensure the medication actually enters the joint. We can perform this procedure with or without X-ray guidance, depending on your preference.
- Epidural Steroid Injections
- Sympathetic Nerve Blocks (stellate ganglion, lumbar sympathetic, hypogastric)
- Steroid Injections for knees, hips, shoulders, etc
- Sacroiliac and Facet Joint Injections
- Radiofrequency Denervation
- Spinal Cord Stimulators
- Intrathecal Morphine and Baclofen Pumps
- Carpal Tunnel Injections
- Intercostal blocks