Services & Procedures

Advanced Medical Services & Procedures for Pain

Access to quality healthcare and services is essential when dealing with any chronic or acute condition. Doctor LeDoux uses innovative technology and advanced procedures to help patients in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX manage pain, improve mobility, and get back to participating in the activities that make them happy. If you’re tired of having your life dominated by painful and stiff joints, don’t lose hope. Contact Dr. LeDoux to learn about your options.

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CalmareĀ® Treatments for Neuropathic Pain

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Calmare is a device that delivers treatment for neuropathic pain and is approved by the FDA. It's a safer alternative to invasive surgical options or painkillers that come with adverse side effects and potential dependency issues. The procedure is painless and provides immediate pain relief. Calmare is used to treat:

State-of-the-Art Technology for Pain Management

Pain treatment is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Patients have different symptoms, levels of pain, causes of inflammation, and unique medical needs that must be considered when devising a plan. Dr. LeDoux will discuss if any of these are suitable for you.

Epidural Steroid Injections

Part steroid and part numbing agent, the injection is inserted into the epidural space of the spine to reduce inflammation. Patients can undergo a physical therapy program with reduced pain to build strength for healthier joints. Candidates include those with pain in their lower back, neck, arms, and legs.

Radio Frequency Ablation

Patients with chronic pain, such as arthritis or peripheral nerve pain, benefit from radiofrequency ablation. The process uses radio waves to heat tissue in nerves, killing the tissue in a precise area and preventing it from delivering pain signals to the brain for improved function. Since no surgery is involved, recovery time is quick.
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Joint Injections

Joint injections treat chronic conditions and injuries in joints throughout the body. Options for treatment include steroids, platelet-rich plasma, nerve blockers, and trigger point injections. Each method offers benefits to different joints, so the patient's condition will determine which treatment is most suitable.
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Spinal Cord Stimulation

A spinal cord stimulator is a device placed under the skin that delivers a continuous mild electronic pulse to the spinal cord to block the nerves from sending pain signals to the brain. Patients must undergo a trial period to test the device's effectiveness, but it can relieve pain from sciatica, CRPS, neuropathy, and more.


This treatment option helps restore damaged vertebrae by injecting cement to create space. By bringing vertebrae back to their proper height, the process also assists with pain relief associated with compressed or collapsed vertebrae.

Symphatic Nerve Blocks

Body functions, such as blood flow, digestion, and sweating, work with the help of the sympathetic nervous system. Nerve blocks can reduce pain from blood vessel spasms, CRPS, Raynaud's syndrome, chronic stomach discomfort, and problems with excessive sweating.

Epidural Lysis of Adhesions

Scar tissue that forms between the vertebrae after surgery or a severe injury can compress the nerves in the back, causing pain and inflammation. Patients who receive epidural lysis adhesions typically see a vast improvement in pain, mobility, and happiness. Noticeable results take anywhere from a few days to a couple weeks after treatment.

Stellate Ganglion Block

This is a type of sympathetic nerve blocker that focuses on issues of the face or arms. The stellate ganglion nerves are located in the neck, and nerve blockers injected in this area can treat pain in the head, arms, hands, and chest, relax excessive sweating in these parts, and target CRPS in the upper limbs.

Special Considerations

Our practice is not able provide disability evaluation or approval.
We ask that all new referrals make the practice aware if they have retained an attorney or have been involved in a motor vehicle accident within the past two years, as our practice does not treat patients under these situations.
At this time, we are not able to accept LETTER of PROTECTION and ask that this be brought to our attention before scheduling your appointment.

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