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Pain often presents in various ways such as low back pain, neck pain, post-operative pain, abdominal pain, joint pain, headaches, and pain from cancer. In fact, over 40 million Americans are disabled by chronic pain. At Coryell Health,our pain management specialists help individuals whose chronic pain has not responded to conventional treatments such as bed rest, medication, physical therapy, and surgery. Ultimately, our goal is to help patients return to the most functional lifestyle possible.
Our pain management specialties include:
- Botox Injections
- Chronic Pain Management
- Cancer Pain Management
- Epidural Injections
- Facet Nerve Injections
- Minimally Invasive Spine Procedures
- Peripheral Nerve Blocks
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- SCS Trials and Implants
- Steroid Injections and Nerve Blocks
- Trigger Point Injections
Richard Hurley, MD
Dr. Richard Hurley, board certified pain management specialist, was born in Virginia and raised in West Texas. Dr. Hurley has been a pain management specialist for over thirty five years. He attended Stephen F. Austin State University and University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston. He completed internship and residency programs at Scott & White Hospital in Temple and has been in private practice since 1980. He is currently a Regional Consultant for Boston Scientific Spinal Cord Stimulation and President of the Texas Pain Society. Dr. Hurley treats all modalities of chronic pain in Coryell Medical Clinic and preforms spinal cord…View Profile
Austin Horrocks, DO
Dr. Austin Horrocks, pain management specialist, finished his medical training by completing a pain management fellowship at the University of Utah. Originally from, Salt Lake City Utah, he grew up in a small farming community in southern Illinois, instilling his love for the small town feel. He serves the Central Texas area, seeing patients in Coryell Health Medical Clinic- Gatesville and Clifton. A graduate from Brigham Young University, he went on to earn a medical degree from Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University. He then completed an Anesthesiology residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in…View Profile
Solutions to Chronic Pain
Chronic pain isn’t necessarily curable, but physical therapy and massages may help reduce it. However, the best ways to decrease chronic pain are following a healthy diet and regularly exercising.
Find out more in our blog post below.