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Dr. Adam G. Arredondo, MD

dr arredondoDr. Arredondo completed his medical degree from University Autonomous of Nuevo Loen, in Monterrey, Mexico. He preformed his internship in Internal Medicine at Methodist Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. He then went to finish his residency in Anesthesiology at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas. After his residency, he completed a Liver-Cardiac Transplant Fellowship at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center/Baylor Medical Center and completed his training with a fellowship in Pain Management. Dr. Arredondo considers it a privilege that patients have entrusted him with their care. We provide Diagnostic and intervention Pain Management Services and demand the best care possible. His practice continues to grow as a result of his compassionate understanding and caring approach and his access to the most advanced diagnostic, sophisticated therapeutic technologies available.

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Texas Anesthesia and Pain Management Institute is devoted to providing the highest quality of patient care and services available. Each patient is treated with respect and courtesy .We will make it our priority to make sure everyone receives the best care possible.

 

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PAIN MANAGEMENT is for ongoing pain control, especially if you suffer with long-term or chronic pain. After getting a pain assessment, you can be prescribed pain medicine or other pain treatments to help you get pain relief. Sometimes psychotherapy is also useful in learning new coping skills to help with chronic pain. click here for more information

 

HYALGAN ® Normally , smooth cartilage covers and protects the ends of your bones where they meet in the knee. In addition, a thick and slippery fluid in the joint provides lubrication and extra cushioning. click here for more information

 

BOTOX ® A formulation of botulinum toxin type A. This bacteria produces a protein that relaxes the muscles. Type A is just one of seven different types, and each has different types of properties and actions. click here for more information

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