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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.

Latest News in Sugarland, TX

10 Sugar Land, Missouri City restaurants unite for Houston Restaurant Weeks

Ten Sugar Land and Missouri City area eateries are participating in the 20th year of Houston Restaurant Weeks, which kicked off Aug. 1 and will run through Sept. 4.During the annual event, participating restaurants offer two-, three- and four-course prix fixe meal options for brunch, lunch and dinner.A portion of the proceeds from each meal will be donated to the Houston Food Bank, helping to provide meals for those in need. The pricing options ar...

Ten Sugar Land and Missouri City area eateries are participating in the 20th year of Houston Restaurant Weeks, which kicked off Aug. 1 and will run through Sept. 4.

During the annual event, participating restaurants offer two-, three- and four-course prix fixe meal options for brunch, lunch and dinner.

A portion of the proceeds from each meal will be donated to the Houston Food Bank, helping to provide meals for those in need. The pricing options are as follows:

The following eateries have signed up to participate in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2023 as of Aug. 1. This list is noncomprehensive.

Avenida Brazil Churrascaria Steakhouse: 12350 Southwest Freeway, Stafford

Churrascos: 1520 Lake Pointe Parkway, Sugar Land

Messina Hof Harvest Green Winery & Kitchen: 8921 Harlem Road, Richmond

P. F. Chang’s: 2120 Lone Star Drive, Sugar Land

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill: 2115 Town Square Place, Sugar Land

Saltgrass Steak House: 19720 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land

Silom Station: 222 Hwy. 6, Ste. 500, Sugar Land

State Fare Kitchen & Bar: 15930 City Walk, Sugar Land

Thai Cottage: 4723 Sweetwater Blvd., Sugar Land

Vino & Vinyl: 15977 City Walk, Sugar Land

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Kendrick Scott’s ‘Unearthed’ explores history of the Sugar Land 95

The remains of 95 African Americans from the late 19th to early 20th century were discovered at a Sugar Land construction site in 2018. It turns out they were part of the state’s convict leasing program, which allowed prisoners to be leased out to plantations; in essence slavery by another name.Their story inspired jazz drummer and Houston native Kendrick Scott to write his piece, “...

The remains of 95 African Americans from the late 19th to early 20th century were discovered at a Sugar Land construction site in 2018. It turns out they were part of the state’s convict leasing program, which allowed prisoners to be leased out to plantations; in essence slavery by another name.

Their story inspired jazz drummer and Houston native Kendrick Scott to write his piece, “Unearthed.” It premieres Friday at the Wortham Center in downtown Houston, part of DACAMERA. It’s a collaboration between Scott, the Harlem String Quartet and former poet laureate Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton.

Scott discussed the performance with Houston Matters producer Joshua Zinn.

Scott said he first heard about the Sugar Land 95 in 2019. He said he read a story about Reginald Moore, who was a major advocate for the Sugar Land 95.

“The thing that touched me about it was, here were 95 people that were ignored, and here was a man who was ignored and tried to tell everybody that they were there,” he said.

Scott said he was recommended to Mouton, and though he rarely uses words with his music, he felt poetry would fit best.

“Trying to condense convict leasing, the Sugar Land 95, Reginald Moore, it’s vast.”

The Harlem String Quartet will also be part of the piece.

“In some ways when we think about strings, we think about classical music; there’s a divide there,” he said. “We have to bridge that by always having our music side by side and intertwined.”

Scott said his earliest interests in music came from his mother, who was a classical and gospel pianist, and a piano teacher.

“She tried to teach me piano, and … after every church service I just wanted to play the drums,” he said. “My brother ended up learning how to play the piano by ear. When I told my father ‘I want to play drums’, he said ‘I’m not going to waste money on this if you’re not going to play it.'”

But Scott was serious. His mother found in his closet a makeshift drum set made out of shoeboxes and a jack-o’-lantern for a snare drum.

“I got in trouble though because I used records as cymbals,” Scott said. “So that was the bad part, but the good part was she saw my passion for it.”

He said it was still a couple of years before his dad put him in classes, but he said his father is still blown away by his success.

“To this day he’s still like ‘Wow, you’re endorsed by drum companies now.'” he said. “It’s a blessing to see what their support has done for me.”

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital to hold community baby shower

No compatible source was found for this media.SUGAR LAND, Texas – Having a baby is one of life’s biggest blessings. Whether you are pregnant now, are trying to grow your family, or know somebody expecting – you need to mark August 1 on your calendar. Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is hosting a community baby shower – and it’s free for everybody! But this isn’t your average baby shower. This maternal – infant health and safety fair is your one-stop shop to get rea...

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SUGAR LAND, Texas – Having a baby is one of life’s biggest blessings. Whether you are pregnant now, are trying to grow your family, or know somebody expecting – you need to mark August 1 on your calendar. Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is hosting a community baby shower – and it’s free for everybody! But this isn’t your average baby shower. This maternal – infant health and safety fair is your one-stop shop to get ready for a baby.

Donna Timmer, MSN, RN, IBCLC, a lactation support consultant at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital and Cristina Martin, RN, MSN, RNC-OB, NEA-BC, Director of the Childbirth Center at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital joined KPRC Saturday morning to talk about the special community event. Registration is open now. Timmer started the baby shower several years ago and is grateful to the Fort Bend community for supporting the event and all of the new families.

“We have a pediatrician that’s there that can answer questions for you,” Martin said. “There is just a lot of resources and community safety stuff. August is our breastfeeding awareness month. We have our lactation assistants there, and it’s just a wonderful event.”

There are more than 30 vendors participating in the annual community baby shower. Some of the information families can expect to learn about are:

If you are interested in attending the community baby shower, it is on August 1 in the Brazos Pavilion Conference Center on the Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital campus. The free event runs from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. For more information about the event, or how to register, click here.

Attendees are welcome to stop by any time during the shower. Demonstrations will be provided throughout the event and light refreshments will be offered. Attendees can also participate in numerous raffles and door prize drawings. In addition, all new and expectant mothers will receive a handmade burp cloth and nursing pads made by our community and staff.

“It’s a multi-generational support for new moms and babies. We have anyone from senior citizen groups sewing, girl scouts sewing, family friends, co-workers,” Timmer said.”

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Mixed-use development planned for 53-acre Fluor campus in Sugar Land

A few months after Irving, Texas-based Fluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) announced it will leave Sugar Land after 40 years, plans are underway for the redevelopment of the campus it’s vacating.Sugar Land-based Planned Community Developers said it has the 53-acre Lake Pointe Plaza under contract with the property owner, prominent Houston businessman Charles Hurwitz’s Maxxam Inc.PCD plans to develop a mixed-use waterfront district with retail, restaurants and entertainment venues; apartments, townhomes and condos; a 4-star hote...

A few months after Irving, Texas-based Fluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) announced it will leave Sugar Land after 40 years, plans are underway for the redevelopment of the campus it’s vacating.

Sugar Land-based Planned Community Developers said it has the 53-acre Lake Pointe Plaza under contract with the property owner, prominent Houston businessman Charles Hurwitz’s Maxxam Inc.

PCD plans to develop a mixed-use waterfront district with retail, restaurants and entertainment venues; apartments, townhomes and condos; a 4-star hotel with conference center and exhibition hall; boutique office space; and medical and life sciences facilities.

The Houston office of San Francisco-based Gensler is in charge of design for the development, which will accentuate the waterfront on both sides of the peninsula, PCD said.

That includes an “interactive wharf dining experience” with piers and bridges and activities such as kayaking, paddle boarding and water cycling on Brooks Lake.

Also part of the vision are mature tree-lined streets, walking trails and parks, and a beacon lighting theme, which “just make it (someplace where) people want to come … and just hang out, a place you'd like to go to have fun, not just to go eat, shop or anything — just go there and have a great afternoon,” said Don Janssen, president of PCD.

PCD also developed the 10,000-acre First Colony master-planned community, including the 32-acre Sugar Land Town Square. It previously bought 190 acres surrounding the Fluor campus from Fluor and has since developed it into Lake Pointe Town Center, including retail, restaurants, townhomes and two hotels. The 53-acre site is the last piece of land PCD is scooping up in the Lake Pointe development, and it has been a long time coming.

“I've been really working with the current owner of the property for about four years,” Janssen said. “Because I knew there was the absolute chance that Fluor could leave, and I didn't want to wait until I knew whether they were going to stay or leave.”

The property has been under contract for the past four months, he said, since before Fluor announced that it was going to move its Houston office to the Energy Corridor.

The global engineering and construction company has signed a 12-year lease with Plano, Texas-based Granite Properties for the entire Three Eldridge building, at 737 N. Eldridge Parkway, and plans to move its roughly 1,600 employees by the end of the second quarter of next year.

PCD hopes to get started on the development, including tearing down all or most existing buildings, in the third quarter of next year. Build-out of the entire mixed-use could take 10 to 12 years, Janssen said.

The developer also involved the city of Sugar Land in its vision for the site early on, he said, adding he wants it to be a collaborative effort that gives all stakeholders a seat at the table.

“The city has identified the Fluor campus as an opportunity site for future redevelopment in the city toward our effort in creating ‘Regional Activity Centers’ — compact, walkable mixed-use areas,” city spokesman Doug Adolph said in a statement. “We look forward to PCD presenting their project to the City Council tomorrow night (Aug. 22).”

Last November, Fluor sold another 50-acre site where it had originally meant to build a new campus, to Dhanani Private Equity Group. The Stafford-based developer also plans to turn that vacant site, on University Boulevard off Interstate 69 next to Sugar Land’s Smart Financial Centre, into a mixed-use development including townhomes, retail, restaurants and office space.

Earlier this month, PCD handed over management of Sugar Land Town Square to Rebees Management Co. but continues to handle office leasing for the town center.

PCD has since moved its office from there to Lake Pointe Plaza, at 1 Fluor Daniel Drive.

Behind the “Sweet” History of the Band Name: Sugarland

Formed in 2002, the country group Sugarland has enjoyed great success. Included in that success is the band’s 2010 song “Stuck Like Glue,” which is one of the most downloaded country songs of all time.While the band enjoyed a 10-year run from 2002 to 2012, they subsequently split up, only to get back together in 2017 and continue to make music to this day.Founded in Atlanta, Georgia, Sugarland is comprised of Jennifer Nettles (the group’s lead singer) and Kristian Bush (a multi-instrumentalist and backup...

Formed in 2002, the country group Sugarland has enjoyed great success. Included in that success is the band’s 2010 song “Stuck Like Glue,” which is one of the most downloaded country songs of all time.

While the band enjoyed a 10-year run from 2002 to 2012, they subsequently split up, only to get back together in 2017 and continue to make music to this day.

Founded in Atlanta, Georgia, Sugarland is comprised of Jennifer Nettles (the group’s lead singer) and Kristian Bush (a multi-instrumentalist and backup singer). The group began as a trio with member Kristen Hall, a singer and guitar player, as part of the lineup.

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When the band’s original trio got together, Nettles had experience in bands with outfits like Soul Miner’s Daughter and the Jennifer Nettles Band. Bush was part of the duo Billy Pilgrim. And Hall was a solo artist. Hall left the band in 2006 and Nettles and Bush went on as a duo.

The band signed with Mercury Nashville Records in 2004, two years after officially forming. For the label, the group recorded four studio LPs and one Christmas album. They also released a live record. Their debut LP, Twice the Speed of Life, dropped in 2004. In addition, they released several No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, including “Want To” and “It Happens.”

In 2005, the group toured with Brad Paisley and in 2006-2007 they toured with Kenny Chesney. After the band went on hiatus in 2012, Nettles and Bush recorded solo albums before getting back together in 2017 for their Sugarland LP, Bigger.

Before we talk about the band’s name, let’s dive into the town of Sugar Land, Texas.

The area is the largest city in Fort Bend County, Texas. It’s located less than 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston. It’s home to a large sugar plantation near the Brazos River. Hence the name, of course.

The locale is now one of the most affluent, modern, and fastest-growing cities in the state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, the city’s population was 78.817. And as of 2019, it was 118,488. Today, it’s home to Imperial Sugar.

While the city is not the original home to any of the band members in Sugarland, original band member Kristen Hall, who left the group in 2006, got the three members together and also brought the saccharine name to the group. Such a sweet-sounding band should have a sweet-sounding name. And, after Hall’s suggestion, the moniker, well, stuck.

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The band even included a song titled “Sugarland” on their album Enjoy the Ride. You can check that song out below. Let’s hope the group never burns out and has to rename themselves Caramelized.

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