Non-Surgical Restorative Therapies for Chronic Joint, Spine, Knee, and Neuropathy Pain in Dallas–Fort Worth, TX
Atlas Medical Center has merged with Beach Pain Center
We’ve added a new location in Fort Worth, TX! We have merged with Beach Pain Center, and Beach Pain Center will now be known as Atlas Medical Center. Please Contact us with any questions. Visit our Fort Worth Location page to get more information on our new location.
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We don’t believe in a one-size fits all approach to healing and pain relief. Our integrated, multidisciplinary healthcare team allows us to develop thorough care plans that are designed to custom fit each patient. Every patient is unique and the treatment techniques that fit their needs, preferences, and lifestyles should be unique as well. We offer the best in integrated and regenerative therapies in two convenient locations in the Dallas–Fort Worth area. Our patients have a myriad of options available to them, as well as the support of our well-rounded medical team. The integration of both conventional treatments and alternative therapies are designed to help promote healing from within rather than just mask the painful symptoms.
The Atlas Medical Center Team
Since 2001, our healthcare team has been devoted to helping those suffering from joint, spine and neuropathy pain return to a more active lifestyle with non-surgical regenerative and restorative therapies. We serve patients in the Dallas, Texas area.
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Our Services and Specialties
Stem Cell Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)
Auto Accident Injury
Low Back Pain
Foot / Ankle Pain
Patient Success Stories
NECK & MID BACK
“You’re just happier with life. Nothing limits me anymore.”
“I feel 99.5% better. It’s been fantastic!”
“I found something to make an improvement that would last.”