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Space City

Pain Specialists

Pain Management Physicians located in Webster
and Baytown, serving League City, Texas City, Clear
Lake, Friendswood, Mont Belvieu, Anahuac, Channelview
and surrounding areas.

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Space City

Pain Specialists
Pain Management Physicians located in Webster and Baytown, serving League City, Texas City, Clear Lake, Friendswood, Mont Belvieu, Anahuac, Channelview and surrounding areas.

About Practice

Space City Pain Specialists, located in Webster and Baytown, serving League City, Texas City, Clear Lake, Friendswood, and surrounding areas, has one goal when it comes to treating patients: The doctors don’t just manage pain, they treat it.

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Why Choose Us

Industry Leaders

As leaders in pain medicine, Space City Pain Specialists have been caring for our community since 2004. Our physicians are pioneers when it comes to bringing innovative treatments that provide long term pain relief. We follow the latest guidelines for patient safety. Our physicians regularly attend educational seminars and contribute to academia. The friendly, bilingual staff at Space City Pain Specialists are experienced in helping patients with a variety of chronic pain conditions and challenges, and our entire team is committed to your care.

Board Certified

Our specialists are Board Certified pain medicine doctors by The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), which, for more than 85 years, has been the recognized leader in developing and setting the gold standard for physician specialty certification in the U.S. When you choose a doctor who is Board Certified by one of the ABMS Member Boards, you can be confident he or she is skilled and knowledgeable, an expert in the specialty, and meets a higher standard developed and overseen by volunteer doctors. You should always ask if your pain doctor has a certification specifically in Pain Management medicine.

Expert Health Care in Medical Specialties

When you or a family member needs health care or medical treatment, you want a highly qualified doctor dedicated to providing outstanding care. When you choose a doctor who is Board Certified by one of the ABMS Member Boards, you can be confident he or she is skilled and knowledgeable, an expert in the specialty, and meets a higher standard developed and overseen by volunteer doctors. Board Certification is an extra step that many doctors choose to take.

Board Certification by the ABMS

The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), which, for more than 85 years, has been the recognized leader in developing and setting the gold standard for physician specialty certification in the U.S.

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How to Relieve Radiculopathy

Radiculopathy is a medical condition where a pinched nerve in your spine causes back or neck pain. It is more common in older adults because disorders that can pinch or irritate a nerve are more prevalent among the elderly. That includes herniated...

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What Causes Kyphosis?

Discover the Most Common Causes of Kyphosis Kyphosis is a spinal condition characterized by an abnormal curvature forward in the upper spine, which causes a hunchback. The most common symptoms include back pain, stiffness, and neck aches.People...

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What Is Radiculopathy and What Causes It?

Radiculopathy is one of the conditions causing neck or back pain. We all know how difficult it can be to deal with back pain, and it can take weeks or months to get it under control. Some conditions even cause chronic consequences, where the only...

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Attend your back pain at Space City Pain

Back pain, both acute and chronic, is a common medical condition with numerous causing factors that can become seriously debilitating, affecting day-to-day life for even the strongest of individuals. While this condition has been treated with diverse therapeutic options for years, existing many healthcare providers...

How Does Scoliosis Affect Your Body?

Our spine has a natural curvature that supports movement, improves flexibility, and decreases pressure on our backs. Scoliosis is a condition that increases the curvature of the spine, shifting it more to the left and right. Some estimates show that six to nine million people in the US live with scoliosis, and it...

VLOG: Doctors at Space City Pain Specialists Discuss Their 2018 MS150 Ride

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable disease that has affected the doctors at Space City Pain Specialists. Dr. Cannella, who has been diagnosed with MS, and Dr. Garcia talk about their MS150 experience and why they are so passionate about this cause. They are doctors helping doctors with MS.More Shots of the...

Spine Pain: Before You Can Treat It, You Need to Know What’s Causing It

February 20, 2018 Chronic spine pain – back pain that persists for three months or longer – is debilitating and significantly affects individuals’ quality of life and ability to perform daily tasks. In severe cases, spine and back pain can leave patients bedridden. The key to achieving relief from chronic spine pain...

Fibromyalgia, a Balancing Act

Written by Sheri New, Patient Advocate at Space City Pain Specialists Anyone that has experienced chronic pain or a chronic illness, like fibromyalgia, can tell you that finding a balance between what you need to do, what you can do, and what you should do is like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow....

What Is the Role of Stem Cells in Regenerative Medicine?

Imagine feeling pain in your body all the time. Unfortunately, that is how people with neuropathy feel every day. This condition results from nerve damage caused by injury, infection, or health disorders. The best treatment approach depends on each case, and the main goal is to prevent further nerve degradation,...

What Can Cause Lower Back Pain in Women?

Lower back pain is one of the most common health complaints, and research shows that 1 in 4 Americans experienced it in the last three months. Most cases are only acute and resolve within days or weeks. However, it’s important to mention that lower back pain is also one of the leading causes of disabilities. Low back...

How to Treat Kyphosis

Kyphosis is a spinal condition characterized by an excessive spine curvature forward. The result is a round or hunched back that can affect your posture and make it difficult to perform certain activities. However, being diagnosed with kyphosis is usually not a big deal, and most of the time, it doesn’t even require...

The Importance of Physical Therapy for Pain Relief

When you are injured or in pain, exercising (or physical therapy) may be one of the last things you feel like doing. Ironically, performing strategic exercises under the guidance of a skilled physical therapist is actually one of the most effective ways to achieve long-term pain relief, recover from an injury, or...

What Is Radiculopathy and What Causes It?

Radiculopathy is one of the conditions causing neck or back pain. We all know how difficult it can be to deal with back pain, and it can take weeks or months to get it under control. Some conditions even cause chronic consequences, where the only thing people have left is taking medications to manage pain intensity....
Services What We Offer

Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation is a procedure that burns nerves that are responsible for transmitting pain signals to your brain..

Arthritis

Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints in the body. An area where two or more bones make contact and move against each other is called joint..

Back Pain

One of the primary causes of back pain among patients ages 65 to 75 is a condition called lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS). This condition causes severe pain in the lumbar spine..

Bursitis

Bursitis is a condition that disables your joints from moving freely because of the inflammation. Bursae are fluid-filled thin sacs between bones and muscles.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is triggered by the pressure on the median nerve located in your wrist, causing pain, tingling, and numbness in your fingers and hand.

Foot Pain

Our feet and ankles are complex, containing almost a quarter of our body’s bones, surrounded by tendons, ligaments, and muscles. Problems in the feet..

Herniated Disc

The spine runs down the middle of the back. A healthy spinal cord is completely straight with all bones and discs in place. A herniated disc occurs when a disc..

Knee Pain

You know that the knee connects the thigh and the lower leg. You may or may not know that the knee consists of two joints, not just one: the tibiofemoral joint..

Most major insurances accepted

At Space City Pain Specialists, we care about every patient. Please call our office if you have any questions about your payment plan, or the insurances we accept!