LEG PAIN AND INJURY
There are a number of different types of leg pain, which can result from a sudden impact or from an ongoing issue over a long period of time. Regardless of the nature of the injury, we are here to help. Our facility is a level 4 trauma center, and is fully staffed with two full-time general surgeons available should your injury necessitate surgical intervention.
Many sports injuries are fairly easy to diagnose and to treat, but other types of pain may not be so easy to diagnose. Peripheral arterial disease is one of those conditions that can develop without any apparent or immediate cause.
Help With Leg Pain and Injuries
Some kinds of leg pain can be relieved at home, such as cramps, sprains, and strains. Athletes generally are aware of the techniques used to stretch painful muscles to relieve many kinds of pain. However, there are a great many types of other injuries that may need treatment by physicians at a hospital or at a medical clinic.
From arthritis and fractures to cardiovascular issues presenting problems in the legs, we are prepared to help diagnose and treat a wide range of issues. These issues must be diagnosed and treated by physicians, since they cannot normally be identified by the patient. Our qualified staff have the equipment and expertise needed to provide the care you need or to stabilize you for transfer to another facility if that is necessary.
Fractures are typically identified by the patient because there is generally significant pain or discomfort associated with them, and they are usually the obvious result of extreme pressure or traumatic impact to some area. Because these fractures can be fairly serious injuries, they can receive priority at a medical facility. Swelling, discoloration, and bruising can also be symptoms associated with a fracture.
Where to Have Leg Pain Treated
Anyone living in the North Texas, should consider North Texas Medical Center for the treatment of leg pain. Our specialists can diagnose the issue promptly and recommend a course of treatment that will get you on the road to recovery.
NEW PATIENT FORMS
1902 Hospital Blvd, Suite A
Gainesville, Tx 76240
Hours of operation:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.