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How the Brain to Body System Provides Chronic Pain Relief in Sienna, TX

To reverse chronic pain and/or nerve disease, areas of the body that have become weak due to disease or injury must be strengthened. This includes your brain, nerves, muscles, blood vessels, and cells. Our experts here at Texas Nerve and Spine developed the most advanced pain and nerve therapy system to do all of this and more, and we call it the Brain to Body System.

From fibromyalgia and disc herniations to diabetic neuropathy and sciatica, our Brain to Body System helps restore your health and corrects the causes of your problems. Unlike treatments from other nerve and spine clinics, our system provides long-term relief without relying on invasive surgeries or dangerously addictive pharmaceutical medications.

To understand how our Brain to Body System solves chronic pain and similar conditions like nerve disease, you need a basic knowledge of the conditions themselves. That way, you can understand why so many who suffer from them rarely improve.

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain

This is a type of pain that does not get better on its own or that doesn't alleviate after traditional medical treatments or prescription pain meds.

Nerve Disease

Nerve Disease

This is a type of pain that does not get better on its own or that doesn't alleviate after traditional medical treatments or prescription pain meds.

Chronic pain from nerve diseases and serious injuries causes a domino effect within your body. It starts with inflammation, which leads to decreased blood supply. This reduced blood supply results in a lack of oxygen. When your body doesn't get enough oxygen, it loses crucial nutrients that your body needs. This progressive effect often leads to long-term problems such as:

  • Chronic Pain
  • Motor-Function Loss
  • Loss of Sensation
  • Muscular Atrophy
  • Loss of Movement
  • Depression

But with Texas Nerve and Spine's Brain to Body system, patients suffering from chronic pain and nerve disease build strength through rehabilitation. This advanced system helps:

  • Stimulate New Nerve Pathways
  • Strengthen and Grow Muscles
  • Promotes Cellular Repair
  • Improves Circulation and Blood Flow

Our Brain to Body System is central to our approach to chronic musculoskeletal pain relief and chronic nerve pain relief in Sienna, TX. By following the Brain to Body system, we can provide several services to patients suffering from chronic pain and nerve damage.

EWOT:Exercise with Oxygen Therapy

Here's a fact you might not know: Breathing in higher levels of oxygen than you normally take in actually helps improve your health. Also called EWOT, exercising with oxygen is a technique that increases oxygen circulation at a much more rapid pace than oxygen therapy alone. Create New Blood Cells

How Does EWOT Work?

At Texas Nerve and Spine, our doctors use the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer to help achieve the aforementioned benefits. This specialized machine trains your muscles, brain, and nerves to work together, which supports your body's healing processes. While using the NuStep Recumbent Cross Trainer, patients are hooked up to an oxygen generator to enjoy the benefits of EWOT and reach their chronic pain relief goals.

When you oxygenate your blood with EWOT, it can have amazing benefits that can:

  • Restore Blood Flow
  • Improve Oxygen Circulation
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Boost Energy
  • Increase Strength
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TherapyFlexion/Distraction Therapy

Many patients who visit Texas Nerve and Spine are suffering from an injury or disease of the vertebral discs of their spine. It requires the right kind of care from highly specialized doctors. If you're in search of a safe, gentle, controlled treatment for back and spinal pain, Flexion Distraction therapy may be for you.

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How Does Flexion/Distraction Therapy Work?

Finding relief for this type of condition and pain is often easier said than done. Fortunately, relief is right around the corner at Texas Nerve and Spine. Our Flexion/Distraction Table stretches the spine safely and gently, allowing injured tissue and damaged discs the chance to heal and become hydrated, which lets the affected area recover more effectively and efficiently.

Patients looking for chronic back and neck pain relief in Sienna, TX choose Flexion/Distraction therapy because it:

  • Significantly Reduces Spinal Pain
  • Fosters Healing in Damaged Discs
  • Removes Pressure on Spinal Nerves
  • Is Non-Invasive
  • Is Cost-Effective
  • Does Not Require Downtime
  • Has No Risk of Infection
  • Provides Quicker, Easier Healing

LaserLaser Therapy

With more than 50 million adults in America suffering from chronic pain, it makes sense that most of them want a solution that doesn't require pain medication or harmful surgery. That's where laser therapy from Texas Nerve and Spine comes into play. Laser therapy has been used for therapeutic purposes in medical environments for years. In fact, it is FDA-approved and backed by more than 2,500 research studies, which have demonstrated its efficacy in chronic musculoskeletal pain relief in Sienna, TX.

How Does Laser Therapy Work?

Though laser therapy is a common treatment option, not all lasers are the same. Our Class IV laser therapy, used in all applicable programs, is the most efficacious and powerful laser available for tissue healing and regeneration and healing. Class IV lasers use photobiomodulation, which provides excellent results for Musculoskeletal disorders. This process has also been proven to help with other various conditions that cause chronic pain, such as sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain, shoulder pain, and much more.

Our chronic pain patients choose laser therapy from Texas Nerve and Spine because it:

  • Provides Significant Relief Without Pain or Side Effects
  • Cost-Effective
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Boost Blood Flow
  • Accelerate Tissue Repair
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TherapyMotor Function Re-Training Therapy

When your motor functions are limited or non-existent due to a serious injury or surgery, it can ruin your life. You lose the ability to be independent - one of the hallmarks of being human. Fortunately, with motor function re-training at Texas Nerve and Spine, patients suffering from motor function issues have a light at the end of the tunnel. This type of specialized physical therapy helps people recover from injuries or surgeries that leave their motor functions lacking. The goal of motor function re-training is to regain coordination and strength in the areas affecting the patient.

Motor function re-training therapy is a crucial part of the motor function rehabilitation process because it helps patients regain the independence they lost. Perhaps equally important, it also helps them return to their original level of motor function or better.

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How Does Motor Function Re-Training Work?

Based on our Brain to Body system, our specialists design custom exercise programs based on our patient's motor function needs. Depending on the type of injury and lack of motor skills associated with it, we may also use electrical stimulation and other modalities for more effective treatment and recovery.

Motor function re-training provides many benefits for affected patients, including:

  • Improved Flexibility
  • More Strength
  • Better Range of Motion
  • Re-Claim Independence
  • Live a Normal Life

ReleaseMyofascial Release Therapy

Myofascial Release therapy gives patients chronic pain relief in Sienna, TX, and boosts joint mobility by loosening up restricted, tight muscles. Though there are similarities to traditional massages, myofascial release therapy focuses on soft tissues and the muscular system in your body to relieve tension and stress on muscles.

How Does Myofascial Release Therapy Work?

Restricted muscles have reduced blood flow and less oxygen. When this happens, it leads to limited movement and pain that is often intense. Our program uses state-of-the-art technology to apply acute, high-velocity vibration directly to the affected tissue to provide the patient with the environment necessary to increase mobility which, over time, can exponentially reduce pain

Benefits of this type of treatment include:

  • Improved Tissue Recovery
  • Reduced Soreness
  • Improved Joint Range of Motion
  • Improved Blood Flow
  • Better Neuromuscular Efficiency
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ActivationNeuro Activation Wall Therapy

As is the case with any spinal cord injury, the nerves around the spine get weak. When this happens, pain develops, and recovery is halted. Suppose you're searching for a safe, effective way to deal with a painful spine issue like sciatica or a herniated disc. In that case, neuro impulse therapy is a great chronic nerve pain treatment in Sienna, TX. Unlike common chiropractic treatments, this advanced therapy does not involve any "cracking" or significant adjustments.

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How Does Neuro Activation Wall Therapy Work?

Any type of injury can cause dysfunction and weakness in your brain. To improve cognition and the neurological connection between the brain, the muscles, and the nerves, some injured patients choose to undergo interactive neurocognitive therapy using our neuro activation wall. Our neuro activation wall retains, strengthens, and restores proper function to the brain and nervous system without relying on medications or outlandish therapies.

Texas Nerve and Spine patients choose neuro activation wall therapy because it:

  • Improves Cognition
  • Strengthens Nerves That Have Been Damaged
  • Boosts Balance and Mobility
  • Is Non-Invasive
  • Does Not Require Addictive Medicines
  • Does Not Require Recovery Time
  • Does Not Present Any Risk of Infection

TherapyNeuro Impulse Therapy

As is the case with any spinal cord injury, the nerves around the spine get weak. When this happens, pain develops, and recovery is halted. Suppose you're searching for a safe, effective way to deal with a painful spine issue like sciatica or a herniated disc. In that case, neuro impulse therapy is a great chronic nerve pain treatment in Sienna, TX. Unlike common chiropractic treatments, this advanced therapy does not involve any "cracking" or significant adjustments.

How Does Neuro Impulse Therapy Work?

Neuro Impulse Therapy works by using very specific impulses directed at the area causing pain. These targeted impulses send a signal to your body so that it can begin healing and repairing your body naturally. Benefits of this therapy include:

  • Re-Training Nerves to Work Again
  • Strengthen Nerves
  • Dramatically Speed Up Injury Recovery
  • Quickly Reduces Pain
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PeripheralNeuropathy Rehabilitation

Peripheral neuropathy occurs when there is a lack of blood flow to the nerves in areas like your feet and hands. When these nerves are devoid of blood, they begin to decay and degenerate because they don't have enough oxygen or nutrients. Eventually, the nerves in your body shrivel up, causing pain, numbness, balance problems, and other painful symptoms.

How Does Peripheral Neuropathy Rehabilitation Work?

Our Brain to Body program works wonders for neuropathy issues like these by using state-of-the-art technology like laser therapy and personalized, strategic plans of action created around our patient's needs. If you're looking for both short and long-term pain relief from peripheral neuropathy, this could be the solution you need.

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TherapySpinal Decompression Therapy

Spinal conditions range in severity from barely noticeable to absolutely crippling. To get to the bottom of your spine conditions, our team uses X-Rays to pinpoint the location of your spine's disease. From there, we craft a custom rehabilitation program that addresses the underlying causes of your spine pain. Often, part of that therapy includes spinal decompression.

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How Does Spinal Decompression Therapy Work?

Spinal decompression works by gently stretching the spine. When the spine is stretched, it changes its position. This change relieves pressure off the discs in your spine, which act as cushions in your back. By creating negative pressure, herniated and bulging discs retract, giving the nerves and structures in your back relief. This relief sends nutrient-rich fluids and oxygen to the discs in your back so they can heal properly.

Your Path to Chronic Pain Recovery Starts at Texas Nerve and Spine

Chronic pain can be debilitating. But it doesn't have to be permanent. Your journey to a pain-free life starts with a simple four-step process at Texas Nerve and Spine:

phone-number 832-979-5117
Step 01

Identify the Root Cause of Your Pain

At Texas Nerve and Spine, our doctors understand that true back and chronic nerve pain relief in Sienna, TX won't happen until we can uncover the underlying causes of your pain. To do so, our specialists will perform detailed exams and review your medical history to understand the full scope of your needs. That way, we can craft a personalized treatment plan to provide long-term relief for your chronic pain.

Step 02

Develop a Plan for Healing

Once we have discovered the underlying reasons for your painful condition, it's time to get to begin healing. Our team will work together to create a customized therapy program designed exclusively for you and your body.

Step 03

Provide a Plan of Care

Once our team develops your own custom plan for healing, we'll use our experience and resources to provide you with your plan of care. This plan will be based on your needs and our Brain to Body system, giving you the relief you deserve in a natural manner.

Step 04

Continued Support

Chronic pain relief cannot be accomplished without a tested pain relief system and a purpose-driven team that supports your recovery. That's why our expert staff will assess your journey to recovery and be there for support every step of the way. Because when you treat chronic pain at Texas Nerve and Spine, you're never alone.

Book an Appointment

Contact our office today to get started on your journey to a pain-free life.

Latest News in Sienna, TX

Missouri City adopts new water, sewer fees for Sienna Municipal Utility District No. 2

Missouri City City Council adopted new water and sewer service fees for the recently annexed Sienna Municipal Utility District No. 2 during an Oct. 2 meeting....

Missouri City City Council adopted new water and sewer service fees for the recently annexed Sienna Municipal Utility District No. 2 during an Oct. 2 meeting.

The gist

Council voted unanimously to adopt the water and wastewater services fee schedule for Sienna Municipal Utility District No. 2. According to meeting documents, the new fees include:

Updating the fee schedule will allow Missouri City to “better support department funding” and “set realistic expectations for cost recovery,” according to meeting documents.

The new fee schedule is effective starting Nov. 1.

In case you missed it

On Sept. 5, Missouri City council opted—in a 5-2 vote—to annex Sienna Municipal Utility District No. 2, as previously reported by Community Impact. The action adds about 6,000 residents and 1,600 homes to the city, expanding its boundaries.

Tax revenue from the district will be received beginning Oct. 1, 2024.

Residents can determine which MUD their home is part of on the Fort Bend Central Appraisal District website.

Joe Edwards contributed to this report.

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Life Time Announces Summer 2023 Opening of Life Time Sienna in Missouri City; Preview Center Open

Memberships now available for 124,000-square-foot athletic country club, Life Time's 12th location in the Houston marketMISSOURI CITY, Texas, June 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Life Time (NYSE: ...

Memberships now available for 124,000-square-foot athletic country club, Life Time's 12th location in the Houston market

MISSOURI CITY, Texas, June 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Life Time (NYSE: LTH), the nation's premier healthy lifestyle brand, today announced the late-summer opening of Life Time Sienna, its 30th destination in Texas. A preview center is now open at 8421 Hwy. 6 suite #400 for prospective members to learn more and be among the first to join the highly anticipated club. With an outdoor beach club, leisure pools, an expansive workout floor, six dedicated studio spaces and much more, Life Time Sienna will have no shortage of spaces for members to live their healthy, happy life.

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Life Time Sienna now has Founders' Memberships available for the club that will be in Missouri City.

A membership at Life Time Sienna will include:

Life Time team members will serve members from nine months to 90+ years throughout the club, which features an abundance of health and wellness activities starting with its Kids Academy up through specialized ARORA programming for active agers.

"We are very excited to open Life Time Sienna and provide our members of all ages everything they need to prioritize their health," says Heidi Jo Medina, General Manager at Life Time Sienna. "Many of the residents in this area are fitness-focused and we can't wait to offer them an elevated experience."

The Preview Center is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Those who sign up can have immediate access to Life Time Sienna as a pre-opening offering, or a digital membership.

For more information on features and amenities, visit Life Time Sienna, or call 866-770-1546. Additionally, follow along at LifeTime.Life on Facebook and Instagram and join our online Life Time Sienna Facebook community.

Life Time has steadily been expanding its presence in Texas and most recently opened its McKinney at Craig Ranch location in late 2022. After Life Time Sienna, the company will continue growing its Texas footprint with the planned late 2023 opening of Life Time Shenandoah.

About Life Time, Inc.Life Time (NYSE: LTH) empowers people to live healthy, happy lives through its portfolio of more than 160 athletic country clubs across the United States and Canada. The Company's healthy way of life communities and ecosystem address all aspects of healthy living, healthy aging and healthy entertainment for people 90 days to 90+ years old. Supported by a team of more than 34,000 dedicated professionals, Life Time is committed to providing the best programs and experiences through its clubs, iconic athletic events and comprehensive digital platform.

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1 year after dropping 'Plantation' from name, Sienna continues to move on from history

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas — One of Fort Bend County’s largest communities wants you to know they’ve changed their name. What was Sienna Plantation is now simply Sienna.Although now Sienna is a bustling and diverse community home to roughly 25,000 residents, it used to be rich with sugar cane, rice and cotton fields. It was an unwelcome home to hundreds of slaves.“Cotton was the big cash crop,” explained Dr. Gene Preuss, University of Houston Downtown Associate Prof. of History. “People brought ...

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas — One of Fort Bend County’s largest communities wants you to know they’ve changed their name. What was Sienna Plantation is now simply Sienna.

Although now Sienna is a bustling and diverse community home to roughly 25,000 residents, it used to be rich with sugar cane, rice and cotton fields. It was an unwelcome home to hundreds of slaves.

“Cotton was the big cash crop,” explained Dr. Gene Preuss, University of Houston Downtown Associate Prof. of History. “People brought in slaves to work the plantations.”

For about 500 slaves in the 1800s, the area that is now Sienna, was a plantation and prison. A history that many felt was still very much part of the present because the word ‘Plantation’ was in its name.

“Plantation, today, most people don’t think about what it really meant,” Preuss explained. “But if you look at the history of the word, how it was used where it was used, it certainly meant a plantation that was using slave labor.”

It wasn’t called Sienna Plantation until the 1930s. According to Sienna’s website, Sienna wasn’t considered controversial because it traces back to the owner’s love of Italy. But from Facebook groups to residents, many had been asking Johnson Development Corporation to drop the word plantation and last year they did.

“The transition to Sienna started in Spring 2019, although planning commenced well before,” explained Allison Bond, director of marketing for Sienna by Johnson Development. “Over the course of 23 years, the community has grown to become a model of diversity; it was important that the name be a reflection of that reality.”

The word “Plantation” can still be seen in some of the signage around Sienna. Bond says all off the signs will be switched out by the end of this year.

Overall, Johnson Development says they’ve received little to no opposition with regard to the name change.

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Great news if you watch TV with an antenna

KHOU has just upgraded its technology. If you were unable to receive KHOU with your antenna in the past, try again on channel 11.11. You may have to rescan your channels for it to work – if that’s the case, we’ve got some instructions at KHOU.com/antenna. If you already see KHOU on 11.1, you may now ALSO see it on 11.11 – it’s the exact same programming. We’re really excited to be able to bring our KHOU 11 News, CBS shows and sports, Wheel of Fortune, Ellen and Great Day Houston to more homes around the area. If you’re still having trouble, please contact us here and we’ll try to get you set up.

Citing high cost, Missouri City City Council rejects bid for Sienna Parkway improvement project

A bid for the first phase of a widening and improvement project on Sienna Parkway has been rejected due to its high cost.During its Sept. 19 meeting, Missouri City City Council denied a bid for the first phase of the project, worth $4.85 million. City officials had estimated the bid would come in close to $2.5 million, said Shashi Kumar, director of public works and city engineer.“When we bid the first phase of the project, the engineer’s estimate was a little over $2.5 million, and the bids came in at $4.8 million,...

A bid for the first phase of a widening and improvement project on Sienna Parkway has been rejected due to its high cost.

During its Sept. 19 meeting, Missouri City City Council denied a bid for the first phase of the project, worth $4.85 million. City officials had estimated the bid would come in close to $2.5 million, said Shashi Kumar, director of public works and city engineer.

“When we bid the first phase of the project, the engineer’s estimate was a little over $2.5 million, and the bids came in at $4.8 million, well above the engineer’s estimate,” Kumar said during the meeting.

Funded through a partnership between Fort Bend County and the Sienna Management District, which manages 345 acres within Missouri City’s city limits, the project aims to increase capacity at intersections along Sienna Parkway between the limits of Hwy. 6 to the north and McKeever Road to the south.

The project was slated to start this summer but was delayed when the city received no bids in April when the bidding process originally started, Kumar said in an email to Community Impact Newspaper.

In addition, the price of the low bid coming in above expectations can be attributed to “uncertainty when the project was bid from rising fuel prices and supply chain issues,” city staff wrote in the agenda report.

Missouri City will now go back and evaluate value engineering options to reduce the cost of the project before going back out to bid once more, Kumar said.

Though no exact date is known, Kumar said he expects the start of construction to be in January 2023. Once complete, the project will add a series of turn lanes and median enhancements. It will also widen shoulders at the intersections of Hwy. 6, Trammel Fresno Road, Sienna Springs Boulevard, Watts Plantation Road, Sienna Ranch Road and McKeever Road.

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10 businesses, renovations coming soon to Sugar Land, Missouri City, including a new James Avery

Curious as to what new businesses and renovations are underway or coming to Sugar Land and Missouri City? The following projects have been filed in the last month through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The following information may be subject to change.1. Cubework Warehouse: 12510 W. Airport Blvd., Ste. 100, Sugar LandType of work: renovation/alterationTimeline: Oct. 3-Dec. 30Estimated cost: $320,0002. American Family Care: 3551 Hwy. 6, Sugar LandT...

Curious as to what new businesses and renovations are underway or coming to Sugar Land and Missouri City? The following projects have been filed in the last month through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The following information may be subject to change.

1. Cubework Warehouse: 12510 W. Airport Blvd., Ste. 100, Sugar Land

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Oct. 3-Dec. 30

Estimated cost: $320,000

2. American Family Care: 3551 Hwy. 6, Sugar Land

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Oct. 15, 2022-Jan. 15, 2023

Estimated cost: $600,000

3. Barrio: 18702 University Blvd., Sugar Land

Type of work: additions to existing building

Timeline: Nov. 28, 2022-June 16, 2023

Estimated cost: $600,000

4. Total Primary Care: 18921 University Blvd., Ste. 915, Sugar Land

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Nov. 1, 2022-Jan. 28, 2023

Estimated cost: $70,000

5. Schlumberger: 555 Industrial Blvd., Sugar Land

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Oct. 10, 2022-Feb. 28. 2023

Estimated cost: $324,000

6. Sienna: 8054 1/2 Scanlan Trace, Missouri City

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: Nov. 1, 2022-April 28, 2023

Estimated cost: $65,000

7. James Avery: 10407 Hwy. 6, Ste. 120, Missouri City

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Oct. 24, 2022-Jan. 16, 2023

Estimated cost: $400,000

8. Chaoda: 12411 Citypark Drive, Ste. 100, Missouri City

Type of work: renovation/alteration

Timeline: Oct. 31-Dec. 30

Estimated cost: $717,122

9. Houston’s First Baptist Church: 4309 Sienna Pkwy., Missouri City

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: March 8, 2023-April 2, 2024

Estimated cost: $18 million

10. Shops at Oyster Creek: 8225 Hwy. 6, Missouri City

Type of work: new construction

Timeline: Nov. 21, 2022-June 30, 2023

Estimated cost: $1.9 million

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