The Pain Management Clinic:
Providing Pain Relief from Chronic Pain
Trust the experts at Manjit S Randhawa, D.O., P.A. in Angleton, Texas to provide exact and effective pain relief for chronic pain due to illness and/or injury. We have been the only pain management clinic in the are for over 14 years and have the knowledge to answer all your questions. Our goal is to provide you with the pain relief you need to improve your quality of life. To effectively accomplish this goal, a complete and thorough history and physical examination is performed to determine the source of your pain. To aid in the diagnosis and treatment of certain conditions, musculoskeletal ultrasoundis utilized in the office. This device, coupled with diagnostic and therapeutic injections, increases our ability to provide patients with more options for treatment outside of the hospital, reducing their out of pocket expenses. Our doctor also specializes in implanting infusion pumps ,which automatically pump morphine into your system based on your specific needs, and spinal cord stimulator's for pain relief.
Dr. Manjit S. Randhawais an anesthesiologist who specializes in pain management. He received his medical degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Services in Des Moines, Iowa. He then completed his internship at the University of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He is currently the Chief of Anesthesia at Angleton Danbury Medical Centerand past president of the Brazoria County Medical Association. Dr. Randhawa is a Diplomat of both the American Academy of Pain Management and the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Eric J Hall had been a nationally certified physician assistant and licensed in the state of Texas since July 2004. He received his Bachelors of Science in Physician Assistant studies in May 2004 and a Masters of Science in Physician Assistant studies in December 2009. His experience includes orthopedic surgery,urgent care medicine and pain management. His work in the office consists of diagnostic evaluations by physical exams, the use of musculoskeletal ultrasound examination, and radio graphic studies. His role in managing pain in the office involves the use of diagnostic/therapeutic injections, prescription medications and the refill and management of patients with intrathecal pain pumps.