Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine is an interventional pain management practice with six locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area: Arlington, Addison, Cleburne, Fort Worth, Plano, and Rockwall, Texas.

At Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine, the expert physicians combine advanced medical knowledge, technical expertise, and compassion to implement creative solutions when diagnosing and treating patients with acute, chronic, and cancer pain.

The board-certified pain management specialists treat neck and back pain, disorders of the spine, arthritis, neuropathy, spinal stenosis, headaches, joint and soft-tissue injuries, and sports-related injuries. Their collective expertise includes a full range of innovative treatment options in the pain management field.

The established and knowledgeable physicians at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine are pioneers of several existing pain relief procedures. They offer state-of-the-art biologic treatments that have changed the way medicine is practiced today.

The doctors specialize in minimally invasive interventional pain procedures, such as: injection therapy, spinal cord stimulator implantation, other implantable therapies, and regenerative medicine – including stem cell injections, platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) and bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC).

Regardless of a patient’s stage of life, the team at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine delivers comprehensive, up-to-date, compassionate care. The customer service-focused, friendly team of experts accept a wide variety of insurance plans and also accept cash patients.

Pain management specialists at Optimal Pain & Regenerative Medicine are currently accepting new patients and warmly welcome them to the practice.

 

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    "The Doctor's, PA's, Nurses, and all others who work here are the best. They are all so very helpful and really make me feel that my medical concerns are as important"

    Deanna W.
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    "The entire staff go above and beyond to help, which is well appreciated when you are in the amount of pain i was in."

    Shannon H.
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    "Dr. Berlin and his staff have provided outstanding care for my severe peripheral neuropathy this past year. He has been knowledgeable and thorough in his examinations"

    Mark K.
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