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Since 1997  |  More Than 20 Years of Experience

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1980 E. Mulberry Street
Angleton, TX 77515


We have a brief overview of some of the treatments offered at BCPC. Please feel free to ask your doctor or provider which approach may be the best for you.

Pain Conditions

  • Lower Back Pain

  • Headaches (Migraine, Tension, Cluster)

  • Arm & Shoulder Pain

  • Hand/Wrist Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Knee Joint Pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Vertebrae Compression Fractures

  • Herniated & Bulging Discs

  • Rheumatoid/ Osteoarthritis Pain

  • Post-Surgery Pain

  • Neuropathic Pain

  • Spinal Pain

  • Cancer Treatment Pain

  • Sciatic and Pelvic Pain

  • Interstitial Cystitis Pain Syndrome

  • Phantom Limb Pain

Treatment Options

  • Conservative Medication Management for Complex Pain Conditions

  • Joint Injections

  • Epidural Facet and Other Spinal Nerve Blocks

  • Peripheral Injection Therapy

  • Diagnostic Procedures
    Pump Implantation and Maintenance

  • Neurostimulation, Including Implants

  • Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections

  • Cervical Medial Branch Blocks

  • Cervical Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

  • Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injections

  • Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks

  • Lumbar Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

  • Thoracic Epidural Steroid Injections

  • Thoracic Medial Branch Blocks

  • Intercostal Nerve Blocks

  • Peripheral Nerve Blocks

  • Trigger Point Injections

  • Botox Injections for Migraine Headaches and Cervical Dystonia

  • Botox Injections for Spasticity (Post-Stroke), Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury

Conservative Pain Management

Conservative care is the first approach which will help improve many pain problems. Patients are moved from conservative care options to more advanced treatment plans based on how they respond to the initial treatment plan. With the conservative pain management plan, the patient is treated with analgesic medications to allow the body to heal itself. The patients are carefully monitored by the providers and then possibly referred to Physical Therapy to assist in a more rapid recovery. Physical therapy (PT) is often used to help patient’s breakdown scar tissue from an injury or surgery. This combined with conservative medication monitoring can help the patient to be able to function normally and resume daily activities.

Pain Medications

There are many different approaches to administer pain medication. Our team of providers uses oral medications, topical creams, gels, and patches. At times a combination of pain medications can be used to help improve a patient’s pain control with minimizing side effects.

Here are some categories of pain medications:
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, anti–depressants, anti-convulsant, muscle relaxers, and conservative use of opioids.

We also have patients who may need a spinal infusion of medication that may be necessary to obtain satisfactory pain control.

Injections / Nerve Blocks

We also must approach some chronic pain management patients with injection therapy. This helps in decreasing inflammation and can help with Physical Therapy to achieve pain control. In certain cases, the injections can also help break down scar tissue which then allows the healing to progress.

Implantable Pain Control Devices

Pain pumps and spinal cord stimulators are used in patients to help control severe chronic pain that is not responding to the conservative pain management approach. Dr. Randhawa has been doing these implants for the past 20 years and has great knowledge in regard to controlling severe chronic pain with these methods. Once these devices are implanted our team at BCPC manages the maintenance so that the patient has continued pain relief.