Dr. Nelson Bond Featured In National Magazines For Revolutionizing The Way Pain Is Treated

Redbook, Good Housekeeping and Woman's Day profile BACAS Pain Physician

Jul 03, 2014, 08:00 ET from BACAS Interventional Pain Management

HOUSTON, July 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Houston-based BACAS Interventional Pain Management's Nelson K. Bond, M.D. is featured in the July 2014 Greater Houston Healthcare Profiles subscription issues of Redbook, Good Housekeeping and Woman's Day magazines. The article entitled "Revolutionizing the Treatment of Pain" explains the ways BACAS offers true relief to discouraged pain patients all over the United States.

"It has always boggled my mind that patients see their doctor because of a pain problem and leave with a prescription for pain pills," Dr. Bond says in the article. He shares a problem to which many patients in pain can relate.

With more than 100 million chronic pain sufferers in the United States, according to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, pain patients have grown discouraged because of seeing multiple pain doctors over an extended period of time only to experience temporary, limited relief.  This, of course, is after spending large sums of healthcare dollars and countless hours in doctor's office visits.  

According to the article in Redbook, Dr. Bond figured there must be another way to treat pain. And, he decided the group he is affiliated with, BACAS Interventional Pain Management (BACAS), would offer the solution to that problem. BACAS does not perform surgery. And, its clinical philosophy rejects long-term unrestricted use of narcotic medications. BACAS' approach digs deeper to identify the root cause of pain, perform a complete diagnostic workup, accurately diagnose the pain, then perform distinct minimally invasive procedures to address pain head on and eliminate it at its source.

"Identifying the specific cause of pain is the first critical factor," Dr. Bond explains, "then through our distinct interventional techniques, we remove or repair the pain generator with limited disruption to healthy tissue. We are extremely precise, highly accurate, and very definitive with our procedures, which lead to more successful outcomes and permanent pain relief."  

Hailed as the place to go by its clients, ranging from stay-at-home moms, retirees, corporate executives, to professional athletes from all over the United States, BACAS treats subscribing athletes in the NFL, NBA, PGA, Motorsports and Major League Fishing so they can perform and compete pain-free.

Dr. Bond developed a program, RESET, which proactively identifies wear and tear issues associated with repetitive motions in varying sports.  RESET is a sports-injury program to maintain athletes at peak performance by eliminating pain, repairing injury and restoring function of muscles, bones and joints. In the article, Dr. Bond states the program "allows athletes to compete pain-free and perform at 100 percent in preparation for the next season." Upon having been RESET, athletes may experience the following benefits of competing pain-free: improved focus, concentration, endurance, mobility, grip, range of motion and reflexes.

For more information about the company's success in helping patients and athletes with pain issues, visit www.bacasMD.com and click its YouTube station. Videos of everyday patients' pain transition stories, as well as those of notable athletes such as NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, Major League Fishing's Professional Anglers Alton Jones, Tommy Biffle, and professional softball player Jason Magnum speak on the ways BACAS and the RESET program has helped them.


BACAS Interventional Pain Management (BACAS) is an industry leader in eliminating pain. Comprised of a multidisciplinary team of medical providers, BACAS specializes in identifying the root cause of pain and performing minimally invasive procedures to eliminate it. RESET-MD by BACAS is a sports-injury and recovery program designed to maintain elite athletes at peak performance. Learn more at RESET-MD.com and bacasMD.com.

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