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Texas Pain Institute offers interventional pain management services for residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake and nearby areas of Texas. Our patient information helps you prepare for your visit at our practice.

Knowing what to expect from interventional pain management therapies helps you feel confidence and at ease with your upcoming appointment. Our patient info discusses details about your first visit, forms that need to be completed and how we work with medical insurance. You can also access our patient portal to review your records, and we offer an online bill pay service.

Pay My Bill Online Option

For questions pertaining to billing, or to pay your bill, please call 683-312-6600.

What Do I Bring to the First Appointment?

We ask that you request to have your medical records sent to our practice from your primary physician and any specialists that manage your care. Having the information allows us to review your case prior to the consultation. If you need information on how to get the records to us, please contact us at your convenience. We prefer to have the records within one week of your first appointment. You should also bring all of your medications with you.

Dr. Ved Aggarwal and his team offer interventional pain management services for residents of Fort Worth, Denton, Southlake and surrounding communities in Texas. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.

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