About Foot/Hand/Ankle Pain
Tricity Pain Associates in New Braunfels and Seguin, TX not only specializes in treating common pain disorders but managing pain that stems from a minor or severe injury. Foot, hand, and ankle pain can develop from physical trauma, such as a bad fall, broken finger, fracture, or sprain. In some cases, foot, hand, and ankle pain may also be caused by a preexisting health condition, such as arthritis, which affects the joints of the wrists and ankles. Popular symptoms of foot, hand, and ankle pain include chronic dull pain, swelling, stiffness, and limited muscle function. We invite you to reach out to our practice today to get the customized care you need to ease your discomfort.
"Dr. Bengali and his staff provides the care I need. Dr. Bengali and his staff are very punctual and there is little to no wait. I am extremely gratified with the outstanding customer service I have been receiving at the Stone Oak location. Thank you"- A.S. / Healthgrades / Jun 17, 2021
"I would highly recommend Dr. Bengali for pain management. Dr. Bengali and his staff provides the care I need. They are very punctual and there is little to no wait. They listen to what I have to say and then plan the treatment that is best for my conditions. I am extremely gratified with the outstanding customer service I have been receiving at the Stone Oak location. Thank you"- A.S. / Google / Jun 17, 2021
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When you visit Tricity Pain Associates, we will perform a full medical assessment and diagnostic testing to identify the location and source of your pain. Typically, this will involve taking digital x-rays, conducting a physical exam of the target area, and reviewing your medical history. Foot, hand, and ankle pain are usually treated with steroid injections, nerve blocks, and PRP therapy. In many cases, anti-inflammatory medication and/or compression garment will be included in your custom care plan. Our overall goal is to use safe, effective methods to help decrease your pain.
Reach out to our office in New Braunfels or Seguin, TX to set up a consultation with one of our seasoned pain care physicians today.