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How the Brain to Body System Provides Chronic Pain Relief in Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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 Sugarland, 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.

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Consumer Price Index, Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land area – February 2024

Prices in the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land area, as measured by the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), advanced 1.0 percent for the two months ending in February 2024, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Assistant Commissioner for Regional Operations Michael Hirniak noted that the all items less food and energy index rose 0.7 percent, largely driven by an increase in the index for medical care. The energy index advanced 4.2 percent in January and February, almost entirely due to a rise in gasoline price...

Prices in the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land area, as measured by the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U), advanced 1.0 percent for the two months ending in February 2024, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Assistant Commissioner for Regional Operations Michael Hirniak noted that the all items less food and energy index rose 0.7 percent, largely driven by an increase in the index for medical care. The energy index advanced 4.2 percent in January and February, almost entirely due to a rise in gasoline prices. The index for food increased 0.7 percent. (Data in this report are not seasonally adjusted. Accordingly, bi-monthly changes may reflect seasonal influences.)

Over the last 12 months, the CPI-U rose 3.5 percent. The index for all items less food and energy increased 3.7 percent over the year. Food prices advanced 4.6 percent, while energy prices fell 2.2 percent over the same period. (See chart 1 and table 1.)

Food

Food prices increased 0.7 percent for the two months ending in February. Prices for food away from home (restaurant, cafeteria, and vending purchases) advanced 0.9 percent, and prices for food at home (grocery store prices) rose 0.5 percent for the same period. The increase in the food at home index was mainly due to a rise in prices for dairy and related products (+6.9 percent). A decline in the index for nonalcoholic beverages and beverage materials (-2.3 percent) partially offset the increase.

Over the year, food prices advanced 4.6 percent. Prices for food away from home rose 6.0 percent since a year ago. Prices for food at home increased 3.6 percent, with the index for fruits and vegetables (+11.0 percent) contributing most to the rise.

Energy

The energy index advanced 4.2 percent for the two months ending in February. The increase was mainly due to higher prices for gasoline (+7.8 percent). Prices for electricity rose 0.3 percent, while prices for natural gas service decreased 3.2 percent for the same period.

From February 2023 to February 2024, energy prices fell 2.2 percent. A decrease in the index for gasoline (-4.3 percent) contributed most to the decline, but a decrease in prices paid for electricity also contributed (-1.7 percent). Prices for natural gas service increased 6.0 percent during the past year.

All items less food and energy

The index for all items less food and energy advanced 0.7 percent in the latest two-month period. Higher prices for medical care (+2.8 percent) and apparel (+6.7 percent) were partially offset by lower prices for lodging away from home and used cars and trucks (-3.8 percent).

Over the year, the index for all items less food and energy advanced 3.7 percent. Components contributing to the increase included owners’ equivalent rent of residences (+5.2 percent), rent of primary residence (+4.6 percent), and motor vehicle maintenance and repair. Partly offsetting the increases were price decreases in recreation (-2.5 percent), lodging away from home, and medical care services.

The April 2024 Consumer Price Index for the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land area is scheduled to be released on Wednesday May 15, 2024.

Technical Note

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of the average change in prices over time in a fixed market basket of goods and services. The Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes CPIs for two population groups: (1) a CPI for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) which covers approximately 93 percent of the total U.S. population and (2) a CPI for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W) which covers approximately 29 percent of the total U.S. population. The CPI-U includes, in addition to wage earners and clerical workers, groups such as professional, managerial, and technical workers, the self-employed, short-term workers, the unemployed, and retirees and others not in the labor force.

The CPI is based on prices of food, clothing, shelter, and fuels, transportation fares, charges for doctors' and dentists' services, drugs, and the other goods and services that people buy for day-to-day living. Each month, prices are collected in 75 urban areas across the country from about 6,000 housing units and approximately 22,000 retail establishments—department stores, supermarkets, hospitals, filling stations, and other types of stores and service establishments. All taxes directly associated with the purchase and use of items are included in the index.

The index measures price changes from a designated reference date; for most of the CPI-U the reference base is 1982-84 equals 100. An increase of 7 percent from the reference base, for example, is shown as 107.000. Alternatively, that relationship can also be expressed as the price of a base period market basket of goods and services rising from $100 to $107. For further details see the CPI home page on the internet at www.bls.gov/cpi and the CPI section of the BLS Handbook of Methods available on the internet at www.bls.gov/opub/hom/cpi/.

In calculating the index, price changes for the various items in each location are averaged together with weights that represent their importance in the spending of the appropriate population group. Local data are then combined to obtain a U.S. city average. Because the sample size of a local area is smaller, the local area index is subject to substantially more sampling and other measurement error than the national index. In addition, local indexes are not adjusted for seasonal influences. As a result, local area indexes show greater volatility than the national index, although their long-term trends are quite similar. NOTE: Area indexes do not measure differences in the level of prices between cities; they only measure the average change in prices for each area since the base period.

The Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas, Core Based Statistical Area includes the counties of Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, and Waller.

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Wisk and the City of Sugar Land, Texas, Partner to Bring Autonomous Air Taxis to the Greater Houston Region

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. & SUGAR LAND, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wisk Aero, a leading Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) company, and the City of Sugar Land, Texas, have entered into a partnership to bring autonomous Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) to the Greater Houston region.Under this new partnership, Wisk and Sugar Land will identify and assess a location at the Sugar Land Regional Airport for the development of vertiport infrastructure that would allow for Wisk&rsqu...

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. & SUGAR LAND, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wisk Aero, a leading Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) company, and the City of Sugar Land, Texas, have entered into a partnership to bring autonomous Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) to the Greater Houston region.

Under this new partnership, Wisk and Sugar Land will identify and assess a location at the Sugar Land Regional Airport for the development of vertiport infrastructure that would allow for Wisk’s autonomous air taxi operations. This initial partnership will lay the foundation and act as a gateway for the establishment of a larger network across the Greater Houston region.

Wisk CEO, Brian Yutko, said:

“The Greater Houston area is experiencing some of the highest population growth in the country, which calls for new and efficient ways to move across the region. Sugar Land’s strategic location within the Greater Houston region, and its forward-thinking city leadership, make it an ideal partner for us and one that is uniquely positioned as an early leader in the launch of air taxi services. We look forward to working with Sugar Land, local ecosystem stakeholders, and the FAA on both ground and air infrastructure, as we bring autonomous air taxi services to the Greater Houston region."

Sugar Land City Manager, Michael W. Goodrum, said:

“Sugar Land is committed to blazing new trails, and I believe our relentless approach has caught the attention of the private sector as we’ve sought innovative solutions to mobility in our community through efforts like Advanced Air Mobility. We are excited to partner with Wisk Aero on a new concept that just might change the way we travel -- not only in our city but across the world. Sugar Land is a great place to start in the Houston region, because we want to be a city where innovation is second nature, where creativity is encouraged and where change is embraced. We couldn’t ask for a better partner than Wisk Aero to join us on this journey.”

Texas State Representative, David Cook, said:

“I am thrilled to see a leading AAM Company like Wisk commit to the future of Advanced Air Mobility here in Texas. These public-private partnerships are exactly what we hoped would result from the passage of our legislation during the 88th Legislative Session and solidifies Texas as a leader in this new technology space.”

Wisk and Sugar Land will engage in a number of activities to advance the overarching goal of the partnership.

Prior to today’s announcement, Wisk spent the past 18 months actively developing an ecosystem of stakeholders and local relationships that will play a critical role under this new agreement, and in helping achieve long-term success for future air taxi services.

About Wisk

Wisk is an Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) company dedicated to delivering safe, everyday flight for everyone. Wisk’s self-flying, eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) air taxi will make it possible for passengers to skip the traffic and get to their destination faster. Wisk is a fully-owned Boeing subsidiary and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, with locations around the world. With over a decade of experience and over 1700+ test flights, Wisk is shaping the future of daily commutes and urban travel, safely and sustainably. Learn more about Wisk here.

About Sugar Land

Sugar Land Regional Airport (SGR) is a leader in corporate aviation while also providing for the needs of the general aviation community. Managing 75,000 operations annually, the airport has the capacity for handling up to 268,000 operations. Runway 17-35 is 8,000 feet long and can handle some of the largest corporate jets like the Global Express or Gulfstream 650. The airport has been designated as a reliever airport for George Bush Intercontinental and Hobby Airport in Houston. Amenities include a luxurious terminal, concierge services from the highly-rated FBO, GlobalSelect, on-site U.S. Customs, and more. The airport contributes more than $69.9 million to the property tax rolls, supports the economic development initiatives of Sugar Land, Fort Bend County, and Southwest Houston, and is used by more than 100 Fortune 500 companies on a regular basis. The airport plays a critical role in the region's economic development as it provides an opportunity for corporate executives, minimizing the "chair to air" travel time. The airport's quality and strategic proximity emerge as key factors influencing companies' decisions to establish their headquarters in the Sugar Land area.

Best Internet Providers in Sugar Land, Texas

What is the best internet provider in Sugar Land?Wide availability and affordable pricing make Xfinity CNET’s pick for Sugar Land’s best internet service provider. Xfinity offers multiple plans of varying costs and speeds, meaning it’s a great option for home internet, whether you’re looking to save money or get the fastest speeds possible. Kinetic by Windstream and T-Mobile Home Internet are also solid picks for Sugar Land residents, depending on whether your household is s...

What is the best internet provider in Sugar Land?

Wide availability and affordable pricing make Xfinity CNET’s pick for Sugar Land’s best internet service provider. Xfinity offers multiple plans of varying costs and speeds, meaning it’s a great option for home internet, whether you’re looking to save money or get the fastest speeds possible. Kinetic by Windstream and T-Mobile Home Internet are also solid picks for Sugar Land residents, depending on whether your household is serviceable.

We've also found the cheapest and speediest plans in the area to help make your broadband shopping easier. It's a tie for speed between Kinetic by Windstream and Ezee Fiber, offering 8-gigabit plans for $300 and $119 a month, respectively. Xfinity and Astound Broadband offer the cheapest plans in Sugar Land at $20 per month, but Astound's plan offers almost triple the speed.

Our methodology

CNET considers speeds, pricing, customer service and overall value to recommend the best internet service in Sugar Land across several categories. Our evaluation includes referencing a proprietary database built over years of reviewing internet services. We validate that against provider information by spot-checking local addresses for service availability. We also do a close read of providers' terms and conditions and, when needed, will call ISPs to verify the details.

Despite our efforts to find the most recent and accurate information, our process has some limitations you should know about. Pricing and speed data are variable. Certain addresses may qualify for different service tiers, and monthly costs may vary, even within a city. The best way to identify your particular options is to plug your address into a provider's website.

Also, the prices, speed and other information listed above and in the provider cards below may differ from what we found in our research. The cards display the full range of a provider's pricing and speed across the US, according to our database of plan information provided directly by ISPs. At the same time, the text is specific to what's available in Sugar Land. The prices referenced within this article's text come from our research and include applicable discounts for setting up automatic payments each month -- a standard industry offering. Discounts and promotions might also be available for signing a term contract or bundling multiple services.

To learn more about how we review internet providers, visit our full methodology page.

Best internet in Sugar Land, Texas, in 2024

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Best internet provider in Sugar Land, TX

Our take - Xfinity is likely an option wherever you live in Sugar Land due to its network serving over 98% of the area, according to FCC data. With speeds up to 1.2 gigabits and costs as low as $20 per month, Xfinity has a plan for everyone. Watch out for a 1.2TB data cap on some plans, though.

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Best fiber internet in Sugar Land, TX

Our take - Offering speeds as high as 8 gigabits -- or 8,000Mbps -- Kinetic by Windstream should be your first pick if speed is a must at your home. All plans come with unlimited data and no required contract so that you can surf the web to your heart’s content. Prices start at $40 for 500Mbps and increase to $300 for 8,000Mbps.

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Best fixed wireless internet in Sugar Land, TX

Our take - Although this fixed wireless ISP can’t match the speeds of any cable or fiber providers, T-Mobile Home Internet is an enticing option for those looking for simple broadband. Costing a flat rate of $60 per month with no data caps or equipment fees, customers can reach speeds up to 245Mbps.

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How to find internet deals and promotions in Sugar Land

The best internet deals and top promotions in Sugar Land depend on what discounts are available during that period. Most deals are short-lived, but we look frequently for the latest offers.

Sugar Land internet providers, such as Xfinity and Astound Broadband, may offer lower introductory pricing or streaming add-ons for a limited time. Many, however, including Kinetic by Windstream, AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, run the same standard pricing year-round.

For a more extensive list of promos, check out our guide on the best internet deals.

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What’s a good internet speed?

Most internet connection plans can now handle basic productivity and communication tasks. If you're looking for an internet plan that can accommodate videoconferencing, streaming video or gaming, you'll have a better experience with a more robust connection. Here's an overview of the recommended minimum download speeds for various applications, according to the FCC. Note that these are only guidelines -- and that internet speed, service and performance vary by connection type, provider and address.

For more information, refer to our guide on how much internet speed you really need.

How CNET chose the best internet providers in Sugar Land

Internet service providers are numerous and regional. Unlike the latest smartphone, laptop, router or kitchen tool, it’s impractical to personally test every ISP in a given city. So what’s our approach? We start by researching the pricing, availability and speed information, drawing on our own historical ISP data, the provider sites and mapping information from the Federal Communications Commission at FCC.gov.

But it doesn’t end there. We go to the FCC’s website to check our data and ensure we consider every ISP that provides service in an area. We also input local addresses on provider websites to find specific options for residents. We look at sources, including the American Customer Satisfaction Index and J.D. Power, to evaluate how happy customers are with an ISP’s service. ISP plans and prices are subject to frequent changes. All information provided is accurate as of publication.

Once we have this localized information, we ask three main questions:

While the answers to those questions are often layered and complex, the providers who come closest to “yes” on all three are the ones we recommend. When selecting the cheapest internet service, we look for the plans with the lowest monthly fee, though we also factor in things like price increases, equipment fees and contracts. Choosing the fastest internet service is relatively straightforward. We look at advertised upload and download speeds and also consider real-world speed data from sources like Ookla and FCC reports.

To explore our process in more depth, visit our how we test ISPs page.

Internet providers in Sugar Land FAQs

What is the best internet service provider in Sugar Land?

Xfinity’s wide coverage and cheap prices make it Sugar Land’s best internet service provider. With multiple speed tiers available from Xfinity, residents can choose the right connection for their needs.

Is fiber internet available in Sugar Land?

Kinetic by Windstream is Sugar Land’s best fiber provider -- mostly due to its large availability in the area -- but Ezee Fiber isn’t far behind. Both fiber ISPs offer speeds up to 8 gigabits, but it’ll come down to what’s available at your address.

Who is the cheapest internet provider in Sugar Land?

Xfinity and Astound Broadband tie for the cheapest service in Sugar Land, both offering $20 plans. Astound's plan, however, reaches speeds of 300Mbps, while Xfinity's reaches only 75Mbps.

Which internet provider in Sugar Land offers the fastest plan?

Speeds up to 8,000Mbps are available from Kinetic by Windstream for $300 and from Ezee Fiber for $119.

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Report: Sugar Land ranked No. 2 best place to live in the southwest

The city of Sugar Land is the second-best place to live in the southwest of the United States, according to a new report released by Livability.com.According to Livability's report, Sugar Land is one of the best places to live because of i...

The city of Sugar Land is the second-best place to live in the southwest of the United States, according to a new report released by Livability.com.

According to Livability's report, Sugar Land is one of the best places to live because of its safe neighborhoods, diverse residents, and highly educated workforce. Sugar Land is known as one of the largest cities in the Greater Houston area. The city is located southwest of Houston in Fort Bend County, around 20 to 30 minutes shy of downtown Houston.

Livability.com gave Sugar Land a Quality of Life score of 854 out of 1000. The report rankings were in partnership with Applied Geographic Solutions, which based its rankings on point system measuring eight categories: housing & cost of living, economy, amenities, transportation, environment, safety, education and health.

Sugar Land's highest category rankings were in the economy, housing, and education categories. Other highly rated areas for Sugar Land include health, transportation, and safety. According to Livability, the median household income in Sugar Land is $120,978. The Houston-area city also boasts a population of around 118,604 people, and the median rent per month for locals averages around $1,515.

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Sugar Land family grateful for firefighters, donors after lightning strike sets home ablaze

The Goodmans said a lightning strike started a fire at their home on Friday. Since then, the community has rallied to support them.More VideosSUGAR LAND, Texas — People from across Texas are helping a Sugar Land family after they lost nearly everything in a house fire.Kristin Goodman was at the Houston Rodeo when she believed lighting from Friday’s storms hit their house. Goodman said many people have helped them in their recovery. The...

The Goodmans said a lightning strike started a fire at their home on Friday. Since then, the community has rallied to support them.

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SUGAR LAND, Texas — People from across Texas are helping a Sugar Land family after they lost nearly everything in a house fire.

Kristin Goodman was at the Houston Rodeo when she believed lighting from Friday’s storms hit their house. Goodman said many people have helped them in their recovery. The family is in awe of the support they received.

“I was at the rodeo, went with my older daughter and a friend to see Jonas Brothers,” said Goodman, who is head volleyball coach at Stephen F. Austin High School.

She’s also an integrated physics and chemistry teacher, a track and field coach, coaches club volleyball and her oldest daughter is a competitive cheerleader.

“I was coming home from work, riding my bike, I got caught in a hailstorm,” said Rex Goodman, Kristin’s husband.

He said he got home and noticed the power wasn’t working. After getting inside, he said their dog alerted him that something was wrong.

Goodman said he saw smoke coming from the chimney. He called 911 and then FaceTimed his wife. For Kristin, the images brought back a memory.

“Almost 20 years ago, my house was struck by lightning and burnt down and it was my first day of spring break. It’s very eerie that this has happened twice in my lifetime,” she said.

The couple says the Sugar Land Fire Department was on the scene in five minutes. The Goodmans said the first responders prevented the fire from spreading to their daughter’s rooms and also saved one of Kristin’s family keepsakes.

“My grandmother passed a few years ago and the one thing was her piano, and they helped salvage it,” she said.

Firefighters covered the piano with a tarp. Many of their belongings were destroyed during the fire, but they are grateful no one was hurt.

Goodman’s aunt started a GoFundMe to help with the repairs, which Kristin shared on X, formerly Twitter. The account surpassed its goal quickly.

“I never thought in my wildest dreams we’d get over $30,000, from people showing their love and support, that some have never even met us, you know? It’s so crazy to see that,” Kristin said.

She said it helps her feel at ease as they think about what’s next.

“We are so grateful because we wouldn’t have anything if they didn’t [act],” Rex Goodman said.

He’s thankful the firefighters acted quickly to limit the damage.

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