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Hill Country Pain 2017 Golf Tournament

We had a great event at Canyon Springs Golf Club and raised money for the non-profit Operation Homefront!

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Regenerative Cell Therapy

Hill Country Pain now offers Regenerative Cell Therapy!

At Hill Country Pain, we take pride in being able to find the best therapy or combination of treatments to help our patients. Overuse and sports/work injuries may lead to painful and/or degenerative conditions which we treat with rest, physical therapy, medications, injections and other conservative measures. We use anti-inflammatory medications by mouth or if necessary through injections into the affected area of concern. Cortisone or steroid medications may be necessary. Ultimately, patients may continue to suffer and seek relief from surgery to remove painful tissue or even replace the degenerative joints with an artificial joint or an implant.

Regenerative therapy is a new way to treat these injuries and degenerative conditions. Anti-inflammatory treatment with steroids is generally temporary and excessive use can be harmful. Surgical resection of tissue is an irreversible process and may lead to more rapid progression of the degenerative process. Surgery may not be an option for the patient or might be considered a “last choice” remedy.

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HCP Annual Golf Charity Tournament

HCP Golf Tournament

Important Reminder for the New Year!

New Insurance for the New Year?

It’s almost the New Year which might mean new insurance! Please be sure to contact our office prior to your appointment to provide your new insurance information.

Happy Holidays from the Hill Country Pain Team!

Get to know Dr. Justin Vigil

Get to know Dr. Justin Vigil

1. What is your favorite color?
Black

2. What was your very first car?
Silver Nissan Pick-Up Truck

3. Do you have any siblings?
1 Brother

4. Do you own any pets?
3 Dogs named Charlie, Shadow, and Abby
1 Cat named Mew Mew
2 Guinea Pigs (one is named Spike)
1 Turtle
Parakeets and Fish too!

5. Do you drink coffee?
Yes, and my favorite is Americano (espresso and hot water)From Starbucks

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Get to Know Fidencio Gonzales, PA

Get to Know our PA- Fidencio Gonzales


1. What is your favorite color?
Yellow

2. What was your very first car?
Suzuki Samari

3. Do you have any siblings?
I have 3 Sisters and 2 Brothers! One big family of 6 kids!

4. Do you own any pets?
One sweet cat named Sasha

5. Do you drink coffee?
Yes, and my favorite is McDonalds McCafe Medium Blend
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Fidencio-Gonzalez

Get to Know Nancy Bailey Burgher, PA

Get to Know our PA- Nancy Bailey Burgher


1. What is your favorite color?
Green
2. What was your very first car?
Jeep
3. Do you have any siblings?
Yes, I have 1 sister and 1 brother.

4. Do you own any pets?
Yes, a yellow lab named Mia and a cat named Deets.
5. Do you drink coffee?
I drink coffee everyday- iced cafe americano.
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Get to know Dr. Bill Murphy

Get to Know Dr. Bill Murphy


1. What is your favorite color?
My favorite color will always be burnt orange.

2. What was your very first car?
It was a 1955 Chevy that I paid $300 dollars for with my own money.

3. Do you have any siblings?
Yes, I have 2 brothers. We had a busy house of 3 boys!

4. Do you own any pets?
I do not, but have had dogs in the past.

5. Do you drink coffee?
I love coffee and my favorite is Blue Jamaica.

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Bill Murphy, MD

Bill Murphy, MD

Pain management for Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can adversely affect the physical and social activities of a person as well as their emotional well-being. The aim of pain management is to reduce those effects so that patients can carry on with the day to day activities that were routine before pain became problematic. One of the most important steps during pain management is developing a treatment plan. Talk with your doctor about the length of time you should stay on a medication, whether or not it is working for you, and the side effects experienced. The treatment plan should be tailored to meet the needs of each individual because each person responds differently to pain and pain treatments. With good communication, the goal of a pain treatment plan is to reduce pain, and improve quality of life.

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Thank you for your help recently and with spine issues in the past. Keep up your great work! I will be praying for you and your staff. Please pray for me too. Thank you and in His love,

David A April 13, 2016