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Pain Management

Pain Management at APEX Wellness Center in Dallas, Texas

APEX Wellness Center in Dallas, Texas, offers chiropractic pain management as part of a non-invasive, comprehensive pain management plan. Our pain management program specializes in treatments for:

  • Sciatica
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain

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More than 2 million Americans seek chiropractic treatment for sciatic nerve pain each year. Sciatica can result from:

  • Herniated discs
  • Bone spurs in the joints
  • Unstable muscles
  • Spinal trauma from sports injuries, auto accident injuries, and work accidents

Regardless of the cause of your sciatica, your APEX Wellness Center chiropractor can help.


The root causes of Fibromyalgia are yet to be discovered. Chiropractic treatments are a common and effective modality for its resulting pain. Its effectiveness has been shown to reduce pain levels while increasing lumbar and cervical ranges of motion.

Each chiropractor at APEX Wellness Center has been specially trained to treat Fibromyalgia in the fastest, most effective ways.

Plantar Fascitis

The sharp, stabbing pain of Plantar Fasciitis is caused by inflamed, weak and swollen ligaments that connect the toes to the heel. When your APEX Wellness Center Chiropractor makes adjustments to the heel and foot, it removes the pressure from the plantar fascia, which allows it to relax.

APEX Wellness Center chiropractors are well trained in the precise techniques used to help their patients achieve quick relief.

Back Pain

According to WebMD, approximately 22 million people in America visit their chiropractor each year for pain management, often in conjunction with conventional medical treatment. Of this number, almost 35% seek relief from back pain, which has a number of different causes, including muscle strains, on the job injuries, sports injuries, accidents, falling or repetitive stress.

The Dallas chiropractic team at APEX Wellness Center use chiropractic treatments as pain relief options for bones, muscles, joints and connective tissue, such as tendons, ligaments, and cartilage.

Neck Pain

The human neck consists of vertebrae, between which exist discs and nerves. When one of more vertebra moves out of alignment, it can crowd the nerves running between them, which causes neck pain.

Vertebrae can move out of alignment when one has consistently poor posture, when the neck is stuck in an unnatural position for long periods of time, and when one sleeps on his or her stomach or uses a pillow that is too flat. It can also shift when the neck is forced into a position that exceeds its normal range of motion, such as falling from a ladder or attaining whiplash in a car accident.

Contact our Dallas Office to Schedule an Appointment

The doctors at APEX Wellness center create individualized treatment plans to help with many types of pain relief. Both Dr. Erin Stark Calaway and Dr. Nikki Porteus provides chiropractic care for individuals living in the Dallas metro area, including Richardson, Carrollton, Addison and the surrounding area.

Please call 972-392-9402 to schedule an appointment for your pain management needs. The wellness center is located at 6009 Beltline Road, Suite 110, Dallas, Texas, 75254.


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    Peter Dallas, TX

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