Renew Your Life

Renovaire Pain Care specializes in real solutions
for chronic pain and challenging conditions.

For over 30 years in the community, we
understand how chronic pain impacts your life.
With your wellbeing in mind, we focus on treating
the source of your pain while reducing symptoms
and improving mobility.

Life Is Precious And It’s Meant To Be Enjoyed.

Renew Your Life With Renovaire Pain Care.

Renew Your Life

Renovaire Pain Care specializes in real solutions for chronic pain and challenging conditions.

For over 30 years in the community, we understand how chronic pain impacts your life. With your wellbeing in mind, we focus on treating the source of your pain while reducing symptoms and improving mobility.

Life is precious and it’s meant to be enjoyed. Renew Your Life with Renovaire Pain Care

Pain becomes a never-ending cycle.

We understand this cycle and want you to enjoy life which is why our team has sought out the most advanced diagnostic testing tools and innovative treatment methods to help you finally heal and find relief.

With extensive research and experience, we have created a unique and successful treatment protocol to treat pain at the source.

Renovaire Pain Care Treats Most All Pain Conditions.


A migraine can be much more than just another headache. It can leave you in bed for days, not wanting to talk, text, socialize, or work. Nearly one person in every four U.S. households suffers from disturbing migraine symptoms. The condition is most prevalent in the ages of 18 to 44 and affects women more. If you are one of these, don’t let the dis-ease wear you down. Contact Renovaire Pain Care specialists and look at your options for pain-free living.

Shoulder Pain

Pain in the shoulder is a physical discomfort that may come from the shoulder joint itself or any of the surrounding muscles, ligaments, or tendons. Shoulder pain typically falls into the categories of a tendon inflammation or tendon tear, arthritis, instability, or a fracture. Your shoulder plays a vital role in many everyday activities and when you become limited by shoulder pain or discomfort, it’s time to see a pain specialist. 

Neck Pain

Neck pain can be common, especially when it’s the culprit of poor posture, but due to the complexity of the bones, joints, muscles and nerves, neck pain should not be taken lightly. Poor posture, holding something heavy across your shoulders or holding your head in an awkward position for too long all are common causes of neck pains and strains. Your neck may be sore and achy, making it difficult to turn your head. Neck pain can be dull, sharp or stabbing. If you have persistent neck pain that does not subside after rest, over the counter medications or if neck pain follows an injury, don’t wait discuss your symptoms with an experienced pain doctor who can determine if your symptoms are due to a more serious issue like degenerative disc disease, herniated discs, rheumatoid arthritis, or even cancer.

Joint Pain

You can thank your joints for allowing your body to move, but when they feel pain, stiffness or discomfort, everyday movements and activities may be difficult to perform. Because joint pain is common as you age, it’s important to discuss your symptoms with a trusted pain management physician with many years’ experience dealing with joint conditions. Conditions affecting the joints are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, bursitis, and gout. Joint pain may also be to due injury or a fall.

Pelvic Pain

Many people associate pelvic pain with women, but men can also present with pelvic pain. Those who experience pelvic pain will notice discomfort between the belly button and the top of the thighs. The pain can be subtle or drastic and depending on whether you are a man or a woman, there are multiple causes and varying conditions. A prompt evaluation by a pain management expert is important for diagnosis and treatment.

Hip Pain

The hip joint is the largest ball and socket joint in the body and can withstand a lot of wear and tear. When hip pain occurs, discomfort may be felt on the outside of the hip, the inside of the hip, in the groin or thigh and may be caused by a variety of issues, like injury, a chronic condition, aging or even a problem stemming from the spine in the low back. You may experience pain, soreness, stiffness, and limited range of motion – all of which may worsen with certain activities. If your hip pain doesn’t subside after a few weeks and you are unable to perform usual activities or develop a limp, its time to seek medical help by a pain specialist to determine if a serious condition is the culprit.

Knee Pain

Knee pain is very common and affects people of all ages. Knee pain may be the result of an injury or a medical condition and can be separated by diagnosis into three categories:
Acute injury: a fracture, torn ligament, or cartilage

Medical condition: rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, infections

Chronic/Overuse condition: chondromalacia, IT band syndrome, bursitis, patellar syndromes, and tendinitis

Most knee pain issues subside on their own with home treatment, but it’s time to seek help if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  • Knee swelling or deformity
  • Persistent or sudden increase in pain
  • Popping or crunching noises
  • Pain that affects sleep
  • Warm to the touch
  • Weakness or instability
  • Have a fever in addition to redness and swelling

Leg pain

Common leg pain includes fractures, sprains, or strains the bones, muscles, tendons, or ligaments of the leg. These types of leg pains result from wear and tear, overuse, and trauma or injury. Leg pain can also radiate from another part of the body such as the back or buttocks. Leg pain that is sharp, stabbing, dull, aching or tingling can be a symptom of a more serious issue like sciatica, lumbar spinal stenosis, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Leg pain can be a nuisance so don’t wait to see a leg pain expert to rule out a more serious medical condition.

Foot & Ankle Pain

Our feet carry us through life and that’s a lot of pressure, literally. Common causes of foot pain and ankle pain are typically caused by wear and tear, overuse or repetitive injuries, or trauma. Inflammatory conditions may also be why your feet hurt or throb and requires prompt diagnosis and treatment to avoid complications.

Sciatic Pain

The sciatic nerve is the single largest and longest nerve in the entire human body that stretches from the lower back to the buttocks and then splits into each leg and foot. It measures roughly the width of an average person’s thumb and forms by joining five different nerve roots (or nerve fibers) from the lower spine.

These fibers make their way out of the openings in the bones of your spine. Two of these fibers come from the lumbar spine, while the others, from the sacral spine. All five bundle near the piriformis muscle and from there go down till your feet. Sciatic Pain is a serious issue that should be evaluated immediately to avoid further issues.

Arm, Wrist, and Hand Pain

Your upper extremities include arms, wrist, and hands. Most upper extremity pains arise out of overuse or injuries. Symptoms might take time to show up and lead to soreness, tingling sensation, numbness, headaches, stiffness, joint pain all over, and decreasing functioning. Extremity pains can be diagnosed by testing your motion range and examining sore areas. Our specialist might also request X-rays or MRIs to inspect the pain source closely. Depending on individual cases, a blood or urine test might also be necessary to rule out conditions unrelated to extremities.

Back Pain

One of the most common reasons people see a doctor and miss work is due to back pain. Back pain can vary from mild to severe and can range from muscles aches and stiffness to burning, shooting, or stabbing sensations in the back, buttocks and legs. You may experience back pain with bending, lifting, standing, or walking. In many cases, back pain will improve over time with over-the-counter medications, self-care, and activity modification. You should see a pain management specialist if your back pain does not improve after 2-3 weeks. If you notice additional symptoms such as pain, weakness, numbness or tingling in one or both legs, weight loss, new bowel or bladder problems, or if your back pain follows a fall or injury, immediately contact our back pain specialists for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Trusted Pain Management Experts

Located in Katy, Texas