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Cryotherapy for Pain

Freeze the Pain Away Using cold – really cold – temperatures to essentially freeze the pain away is the idea behind cryotherapy.  Experts in this field believe that using localized freezing temps deaden irritated, inflamed nerves is a preferred non-invasive way to manage pain. It is known to work best when used on or around painful […]

Seeing a Doctor After a Car Wreck

Getting Checked Out After an Auto Accident You’ve just been in a car wreck. You’re in shock, but other than that you feel fine. You figure you don’t need to see a doctor and tell the police who arrived on the scene to send the ambulance away. You give your statement, call your insurance provider, […]

Foot Pain Facts

What is Foot Pain All About? We’ve all had foot pain in our lives, some more than others. The pain is a symptom of a number of different causes from injury to disease. If the pain is mild, usually it can be remedied by some OTC pain meds and that’s that. However, if the pain […]

Natural Pain Remedies to Use Inside to Avoid the Coronavirus Outside

Natural Pain Relief Remedies to Try While COVID-19 Has You Stuck at Home We’ve compiled a list of our social media posts about amazing, all-natural, DIY, try-this-at-home pain relief treatments that have stood the test of time. While we do offer telemedicine consultations here at Pegasus Joint & Spine Institute, having some of these amazing […]

Coronavirus and the Shelter-In-Place Mandate

Coronavirus Has Affected Us All We’re living in unprecedented times, that much is sure. With the worldwide coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic reaching us here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, there is certainly someone you know affected, directly or indirectly, by the outbreak. In fact, the very idea that this virus is so prevalent has made countless […]

Whiplash Question and Answer Video

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Dallas Non-Surgical Pain Relief Treatment

 Frequently asked questions about non-surgical pain relief treatments for back pain and joint pain from Pegasus Spine & Joint Institute in Dallas, TX. 1. Will my procedure hurt? 2. How long is my procedure? 3. How will I benefit from my procedure? 4. Are there any restrictions after my procedure?

Dallas Pain Management Doctors

Why are you seeking Dallas Pain Management? That’s easy. If you’re here, you’re probably suffering with some sort of pain or nagging discomfort. Maybe it’s caused by an injury sustained on the tennis court, football field, or baseball diamond. Or maybe it wasn’t caused by anything you did at all and was the result of […]

The Basics of Sports Medicine

Sports Medicine is a specific branch of medicine that deals with the prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries. It also involves the application of scientific study methods to optimize health and athletic performance. Increased participation in sporting activities by amateurs (or so-called “weekend warriors”) has resulted in the need to not only prevent and treat […]

What is the difference between an Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Physician and how do I know if I need one?

Physicians who specialize in sports medicine have a significant amount of training in the prevention and treatment of an illness or injury regarding the musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system includes joints, nerves, tendons, bones, ligaments, and muscles. These specialized physicians treat their patients to maximize function and minimize further disability and downtime from everyday activities, […]

Osteoarthritis of the Hand

How Do I Know if I Have it? Osteoarthritis is one of the most common conditions that affect the aging population. It is by far, the most common disease that affects the joints, causing stiffness and pain. Although it may affect the joints of the knees and the back, the wrists and the hands are […]

Osteoarthritis: Signs and Symptoms of the Painful Joint Condition

Osteoarthritis is considered the most common joint disorder. With age, the body experiences normal wear and tear. Osteoarthritis is normal wear and tear in the joints. With osteoarthritis, the cartilage cushioning the bones at the joints begins to break down, allowing the bones to rub together. This results in joint pain, stiffness and swelling. Bone spurs may […]

What are Muscle Spasms?

What are Muscle Spasms? Muscle Spasms are sudden, involuntary (uncontrolled) contractions of one or more muscles in the body. It may develop in the arm or hands of a carpenter or along the calf muscles of a marathon runner. Other muscle spasms may involve the muscles of the spine and the limbs, causing posture and […]

Car Crash Aftermath Checklist

10 Things You SHOULD Do After a Car Accident Car accidents, unfortunately, will always be a part of your driving experience. Statistics show that in a person’s driving career, one will probably experience a vehicular accident at least twice. If you have never been involved in a car crash (hopefully never), you should at least […]

7 Most Common Sports-Related Injuries

Sports aren’t without risks or injury. Whether you are playing for the national team, for your university intramurals, or just for fun, there is always a possibility of getting injured. To prevent further damage and long-term complications of any sport-related injuries, here is a list of the 7 most common sports injuries, including immediate management […]

5 Delayed Injury Symptoms After A Car Crash

Automobile Crash Delayed Injuries In 2016, there were thirty-seven thousand four-hundred sixty-one (37,461) US vehicle deaths from a total of 300 million car accidents. While some injuries may be evident to the naked eye, others may not be immediately apparent. In some cases, symptoms slowly reveal themselves few hours to a couple of days after […]

Causes of Neck & Back Pain after a Car Accident

Car Accident Pain Unfortunately, car accidents occur all too often. Those accidents often result in back or neck injuries for some of the parties involved.  Whenever vehicular accidents take place, regardless of the intensity, a jerking motion of the body occurs. As a car slam unto something, the inertia from the opposing force causes the […]

DIY Arthritis Pain Management

Arthritis is normally associated with the elderly, but this joint pain and stiffness can affect people of any age. If you suffer from achy, swollen joints and find yourself less mobile or active because of it, you may have arthritis. Read this article for tips on how to live with arthritis. NOTE: If the pain […]

Knee Pain Management: 6 Do’s & Don’ts

Do Rest; Don’t Over Rest Resting too much can cause your muscles to grow weaker. Instead, find a safe exercise plan to help strengthen your knee muscles Do Maintain a Healthy Diet; Don’t Over-look Your Weight Too much weight can cause problems on your joints. Maintaining a normal weight will help relieve the pressure on […]

What is a Pain Management Specialist?

What is a pain management specialist? A pain management specialist is a physician with innovative and cutting-edge knowledge and training in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of all different types of pain. Effective pain management requires a highly multidisciplinary approach. The most common pain management specialists focus on: Anesthesiology Interventional radiology Physical medicine and rehabilitation Physical […]

3 Knee-Strengthening Exercises

Knee pain is a common symptom that is experienced by almost everybody at some point in their lives. It does not choose as it can affect the young, the old, women and men alike. There are several causes of knee pain including chronic exercises such as long-distance running, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis among many other causes. Fortunately, […]

7 Natural Solutions for Knee Pain

Using Hot and Cold Therapy Knee pain can be such a nuisance. Fortunately, there are natural remedies such as hot and cold therapy that help with quick pain relief. To get the best out of it, you should rest the painful area, press a hot therapeutic gel pack to the inflamed knee for 20 minutes. […]

5 Sneaky Things That Are Causing Your Knee Pain

Almost everybody experiences knee pain at some point in time. Whether by trauma during running or even by gradual development through chronic inflammatory disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, it is one of those things you hardly can escape. Knee pain can be a nuisance, it can limit your ability to move around. To address the […]

Prolotherapy for Pregnancy Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common challenges among pregnant women. In fact, approximately 3 – 4 out of 5 childbearing women agonize from the terrors of back pain. Causes of Back Pains During Pregnancy Joints at the back loosen. During pregnancy, the joints at the lower back loosen, which causes movement in joints. […]

Prolotherapy for Knee Pain

Knee Pain and Its Causes The knee is the largest joint in the body. A wide variety of inflammatory, mechanical, or traumatic injury on the knees can occur anytime at any age. Currently, the leading causes of knee injuries are ligament strains and tears. Other knee problems arise as a result of the degenerative process […]

Prolotherapy for Arthritis

Prolotherapy: A Regenerative Injection Therapy Prolotherapy, otherwise known as Proliferation Therapy, is a treatment procedure involving the injection of a dextrose solution and a local anesthetic. The solution is aimed to “proliferate” or “stimulate” the body to trigger cell growth and to stabilize tissue in order to strengthen weak cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and bones. The […]

Radiofrequency Ablation – Rhizotomy

Not all pain we experience is physical. There is also nociceptive pain (from tissue damage or inflammation), muscular pain, psychogenic pain (from emotional factors), and neuropathic pain (from a dysfunctional or injured nerve). Understanding neuropathic pain as a disease of the nervous system sheds on the riddle of why do we feel pain, solving the […]

Degenerative Disc Disease

 To understand what a degenerative disc means it is helpful to study how the spine works, or at least how it looks like as well as its parts. The spinal column, commonly known as spine, is made up of bones called vertebrae. Between each vertebra is a disc that looks like a gel, which serves […]

Taking Control of Your Arthritis Pain

Taking Control of Your Arthritis Pain Most of us know that Arthritis literally means inflammation of the joints. Although, joint inflammation is just a sign or a symptom rather than a specific diagnosis, Arthritis is a term used by doctors to describe a group of conditions affecting the joints. The two most common types of […]

Trigger Point Injections

What are trigger points? Painful muscles have been associated to “trigger points”. But what is a trigger point? A trigger point is a hyperirritable area of a tissue that is tender when compressed and can cause a referred pain. It could be a myofascial trigger point if it occurs in the muscle and fascia – […]

Pain and Fibromyalgia

“For this reason my loins are full of anguish; Pains have seized me like the pains of a woman in labor. I am so bewildered I cannot hear, so terrified I cannot see.” – Isaiah 21:3 Pain. Everyone experiences pain. We even have different pain classifications, characteristics, and names for pain. Although descriptions of pain […]

Facet Joint Syndrome

The vertebral column, commonly known as the spine or backbone is one of the most important parts of your body.  It provides the main support, which allows you to sit or stand upright, bend, lean forward, and twist. 33 vertebrae form the spinal column. These individual bones are stacked one on top of the other. […]

Knees on Pain: What Puts You at Risk

People are experiencing more and more problems with their knees than ever before.  In America, people who have been complaining pain on the knees have skyrocketed along with the number of individuals undergoing knee joint surgeries and replacements. Knee pain is uncomfortable and is debilitating. Simply put, knee pain hurts. However, pain is not just […]

R.I.C.E. Therapy – Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation

The most common prescription for injuries has been given the acronym RICE. RICE meaning, R-est, I-ce, C-ompression, and E-levation. In some cases like simple strain, sprain, and other minor injuries, this regimen will do the trick. This immediate treatment, however, works best in combination with other therapies depending on the injury. REST Rest might be […]

What to Look for in a Pain Management Doctor

A lot of doctors can show you a pain intensity scale, such as the numeric pain rating scale where you can identify how bad your pain is from 0 to 10, 0 being none and 10 as the highest.  Others will ask when your pain started, how your pain feels, where your pain is, or […]

Managing Sciatica

 “Pain can kill”. This might be an overstatement to some but categorizing pain as a vital sign underlines the gravity of threat it poses. Far from being just an unpleasant experience that people should endure, pain can actually harm the body by unleashing a cascade of hormonal and neurochemical changes that can affect an individual […]

Migraines: More Than “Just A Headache”

What is a migraine? Migraine is not just a headache, but also a complex neurological event with different kinds of symptoms. Besides an intense or throbbing headache, some common symptoms include hypersensitivity to light or sounds, nausea and vomiting, visual disturbance, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. Others also have sensitivity to touch or smell. Some have […]

Importance of Local Pain Management Clinics

Pain is an experience one is never in doubt about having. One might ask, “Am I in love?” But never “Am I in pain?”1 Indeed, pain is inevitable to mankind. However, is pain just an idea, a sensation, emotion, or a feeling?   In 1931, nobel laureate Albert Schweizer said that “Pain is a more […]

Dallas Back Pain Talk: Knowing Your Back Pain

Uncomplicated Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Back Pain. Back pain is not a joke. In fact, according to the Global Burden of Disease 2010, back pain is the leading cause of disability around the world. Being the most commonly complained health issue, it is not a surprise that people have lots of unanswered queries […]

What is a Pinched Nerve? How Do I Treat a Pinched Nerve?

Have you been pinched in the skin? Does it hurt? Yes, of course. Now imagine someone or something pinching your nerve, what do you think will happen? What are the Nerves? The nerves are neurons (nerve cells) bundled together. The nerve cell or neurons are the functional unit of the nervous system. It has many […]


For many years, researchers and medical professionals sought different procedures such as pain mapping to nerve blocks, and surgeries in order to relieve pain.  While these invasive procedures play an important role in alleviating pain, scientific advances have also proven that pain is a ‘bio-psycho-social-phenomenon’, in which the brain, the mind, and the body play […]

Minimally Invasive Procedures To Treat Pain in Dallas-Fort Worth

There are lots of reasons for hating to be operated on. Nobody in the world wants to be cut opened with scalpels, or surgical blades, and scissors. But sometimes, doctors choose to perform what we call “invasive procedures” to alleviate pain. Invasive Procedures for Pain Relief Invasive procedures include surgeries or major operations.  Surgical treatments […]

Yoga For Pain Management

Practicing Yoga to Get Pain Relief Pain is frustrating and annoying. Chronic pain is frustrating and annoying for far too long a period of time and can severely affect your life, socially or economically. Up to 75 million Americans have to deal with chronic pain, which negatively affects the domestic and social lives of these individuals. […]

Best Foods To Reduce Inflammation and Joint Pain

Foods That Reduce Inflammation and Joint Pain What we put into our bodies plays a huge role in reducing inflammation and joint pain. You can do more than just take medication to help your body. Therefore, to help you narrow down what you can eat to reduce your inflammation and joint pain here is a […]

Types of Chronic Headaches

Headaches which are also referred to as Cephalalgia,  are one of the most common complaints encountered by the primary care physician all around the world. There could many causes that lead to a headache in everyday life. Most of the time it is triggered by lifestyle factors that can be treated at home by the […]

10 Best Exercises for Lower Back Pain

Exercises for Lower Back Pain Lower back pain is an ailment that affects many people throughout the world. There are many different exercises that can help with lower back pain! They range depending on body type, age, and gender. Here is a list of some general exercises that can help with your back pain: Bridge […]

Best Ways to Treat Sciatica

WHAT IS SCIATICA? Sciatica is the symptoms of leg pain that comes from problems in one’s lower back. Degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, and lumbar herniated disc are all lower back problems that commonly lead to sciatica. Once problems in the lower back persist and travel down to one’s legs, the problems will then […]

The Painful Truth About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The feeling of numbness or tingling in your hand or arm due to a pinched nerve located in the wrist is known as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. There are more than 3 million cases of carpal tunnel syndrome in the US per year, so it’s very common. Carpal tunnel syndrome is especially common in women. Normally […]

Ongoing Sports Injury Pain

Anyone can be injured from playing sports, and sports injuries can hinder a player’s ability to continue at the same athletic level; if at all. It is very important to get the proper treatment to a sports injury, otherwise your injury may very well be the last memory of your athletic career. Below are the […]

Pain After a Car Accident

Car Wreck Pain: Post-car accident injury pain can be a excruciatingly difficult recovery. Without the right treatment, these injuries can manifest into even worse conditions, in the long run. Below is some insight into common types of car accident injury pain and their treatments. Whiplash This occurs when an individual’s head moves in a violent, rapid forward and backward […]

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