Is Chronic Pain Effecting Your Quality of Life?

We all feel pain from time to time, but sometimes, when the pain is acute or lasts a long time, it affects quality of life. When that happens, it may be time to consider seeing a pain management specialist.
Pain can be traced to tissue damage, nerve damage, or a combination of both. Common conditions contributing to chronic pain from tissue damage include Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis; nerve damage can result from strokes, spinal cord injury, or neuropathy. Neck pain and back pain can result from a combination of tissue and nerve damage.
The pain management specialists at Spring Hospital are experts at identifying the source of chronic pain and creating customized treatment that improve the quality of their patient’s lives.
If you are looking for a pain management doctor in Spring, Texas, trust your neighborhood hospital. We have proudly served the Spring community for six years.


Dr. Jessen Mukalel

Pain Management Physician – Spring Hospital

Jessen Mukalel, MD, is an interventional pain management physician with board certification in anesthesiology. He provides care to patients in Spring, Texas, at Spring Hospital.

By specializing in a limited range of treatment options, Dr. Mukalel has found that he can offer close to, if not 100%, pain relief without pain medications or steroids. He promises to give you his dedicated time, respect, and attention to help you get back to being you. 

Dr. Eduardo Chen

Pain Management Physician – Spring Hospital

Dr. Eduardo Chen is a Physiatrist board certified in both Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He treats patients with acute and chronic pain, with the goal of improving functionality and quality of life. 

Dr. Chen offers a comprehensive, multimodal, evidence-based medicine approach to pain management including physical therapy, medications, and procedures. Procedures include a wide range of image-guided spinal and peripheral nerve injections, joint injections, radiofrequency ablation, neuromodulation, headache management, and regenerative medicine. Treatment options are specifically personalized to each patient in regards to their low back pain, neck pain, degenerative joint, and musculoskeletal pain.


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