Get Quick Relief from Knee, Joint, or Spinal Pain

Whether it’s knee pain, lower back pain, or spinal pain, our doctors at Arthritis Relief Centers specialize in treatments that help you manage pain due to osteoarthritis and other conditions.

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Why Choose Arthritis Relief Centers

Arthritis Relief Centers is a medical practice serving patients with excellent health care using advanced technology that provides each patient the best possible outcome. With offices across Texas, our team of doctors understand the importance of mobility and how pain can make daily living activities difficult. Our goal is to restore joint function and decrease pain levels with non-surgical and minimally invasive procedures. We offer injection treatments using FDA-approved medications that are covered by most insurances. And because these procedures offer minimal recovery time, you can get back to living your life the way you want, as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing you improve.

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Precision Technology

We use advanced low-dose fluoroscopy to accurately guide the needle into the joint.

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Accepts Most Insurance

We are contracted "in-network" with most major insurance companies.

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Same Day Appointments

We generally can accommodate same-day appointments.

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Advanced Technology

We believe technology plays an enormous role in the care of our patients.

Patient Education

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What is Osteoarthritis?

In terms of application, arthritis is a wide-ranging diagnosis that can be applied to over 100 different diseases. But in its most practical sense, arthritis describes a general inflammation of the joints.

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What Treatments are Available for Osteoarthritis?

Arthritis can be quite painful. Thankfully, a regular exercise routine that emphasizes deliberate movements can actually help your hurting joints.

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How Do I Know if I Have Osteoarthritis?

Since osteoarthritis has no formal cure, it’s important that you seek treatment as early as possible in hopes of staving off the harshest of its long-term effects.

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