Foot, Hand, and Ankle Pain in Austin, TX

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About Foot/Hand/Ankle Pain

Injuries to the feet, hands, or ankles are among some of the most common reasons for seeking care from a pain management team. Any damage to the tendons, muscles, ligaments, and bones in these areas of the body can result in significant pain and discomfort. In some cases, tissue damage and inflammation lead to chronic conditions of arthritis or bursitis, affecting the joints and limiting function in these areas of the body. The experienced specialists at Tricity Pain Associates commonly treat foot, hand, and ankle pain among Austin area patients and are dedicated to providing effective relief for acute or chronic symptoms. To learn about your options for treating pain, swelling, stiffness, or limited movement caused by a recent or long-ago injury, reserve your appointment at our Round Rock or South Austin, TX facility today.

Treatment Options

Tricity Pain Associates offers a range of treatment options to address pain resulting from sprains, breaks, tears, and other injuries. One of our qualified physicians will evaluate your pain level, injury, and health history to better understand your condition and tailor your care according to your unique needs. Advanced digital images or other diagnostic tests may also be utilized to learn more about your health and determine solutions ideal for your injury. Treatments for foot, hand, and ankle pain may include steroids therapy, medications, or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, among others. If needed, physical therapy may also be incorporated into your care to help better manage long-term pain. Our dedicated team will work closely with you to plan the best treatment approach to diminishing pain from a foot, hand, or ankle injury.

Get the personalized food, hand, or ankle care you need from a trusted pain management team. Schedule your visit to Tricity Pain Associates located in Round Rock and South Austin, TX.

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