Desoto – Texas Pain Relief Group

Desoto Pain management clinic, Texas

Making Pain a Thing of the Past for Desoto, Texas Residents

Many chronic pain sufferers in Desoto, Texas have tried just about every therapy possible and still have not found relief. For this reason, many are skeptical when they hear about the interventional pain management techniques we pioneer here at the Texas Pain Relief Group.

The first question most people ask us is: what is interventional pain management? Simply put, interventional pain management is a discipline that focuses on pain management using a variety of pain blocking techniques. A good portion of the techniques that we use include a form of injection therapy.

This answer often leads many of our prospective clients to ask if interventional pain management can help them even though they have been experiencing pain for a considerable amount of time. The answer is absolutely yes. Interventional pain management techniques like those offered at the Texas Pain Relief Group can help patients with a wide range of pain. It does not matter how long they have been suffering with it, there is likely a therapy that can help.

We Care About You

Something that attracts people to our Desoto, Texas clinic is that we provide pain relief without relying solely on prescriptions. Interventional pain management uses a variety of techniques to alleviate pain without using prescriptions. It is a multidisciplinary approach that has been able to provide pain relief to thousands of individuals.

When necessary, we may prescribe prescriptions to aid in a patient’s recovery. But this is done sparingly and cautiously.

Our clinics are designed to help you with pain issues including burning, aching, and tingling sensations. We can help with pain connected to Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, bone pain, back pain, and muscle pain.

We understand that you are an individual, and so the therapies that we offer will be personalized to meet your needs. We warmly invite you to visit our offices. Let us show you how you can live a pain-free life.

Ratings and Comments

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4.1 /5
32 Reviews

Feb 13, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Since 1976, I have had to deal with hundreds and hundreds of doctors, hospitals, and clinics, and by far, and again by far, you people are unquestionably the absolute best. Even when I call you on days that I do not have a regular office visit, you go out of your way to help me even though it might be your time to go home. So, it is a pleasure to work with professionals like you!!! Thank you for allowing me to be your patient. - R.T.
Feb 7, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
From Jackie at the front window to the visit with Dr Wiley and all the staff in between this is the most caring, compassionate, professional , friendly, and knowledgeable pain clinics I have been to! That's why we drive 3 hours to get to this clinic. Sally K
Jan 22, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Its always a great experience when I go for my appointments. The staff is always polite, and the physicians are very caring. They really care about your well being.
Jan 21, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Very thorough and kind clinical staff.
Jan 20, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Dr. Wiley is an amazing doctor. He truly cares about his patients and takes the time to not only treat his patients but also gets to know them. Dr. Wiley I would like to personally thank you for all you do . You have a great personality and are a very kind and all around great person. You deserve nothing but the very best. God bless you Dr. Wiley. Michael Williams
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Jan 25, 2019:
We are glad you had a wonderful experience. Unfortunately, you posted this as a one-star review. We would welcome you to change it, please.
Jan 18, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Dr. Wiley and his staff are very nice and courteous. He has helped me out a lot. Sometimes service can be a little slow as he has so many patients, but that's ok. He seems to genuinely care about his patients.
Jan 8, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
I am at a loss for words. I saw a Nurse Practitioner today at Texas Pain Relief and during my exam explained there was an issue the previous month (being my first month as a patient) with my medication being sent to my pharmacy and it was delayed by almost two days. I asked for a written copy of the script so there would be no issues this month to which I was told they only electronically sent scripts, however she would make sure they were sent right away so there wasn't a repeat of the previous month (11:30am appointment). I called several times throughout the afternoon and was told I would need to wait until end of day which is fine. End of day came and went with no medication. I called twice to the after hours line and to this moment have not received a call back. After several more hours my wife started to call as well, and ahe dis receive a call back with the response that the doctor was still approving scripts for the evening (it's now 7:30pm). At 8:30 again my wife called and said we would continue to call until we had some kind of an answer. To which she did continue to call every half hour with the final return call saying that the on call nurse would page a different doctor. Now at 10:30pm we have thrown in the towel for the night and are going to bed (although anyone with chronic pain knows I won't sleep tonight without mwdication). It would be one thing if the office was honest and just said you aren't going to get your script for two days, but my nurse flat our lied to my face telling me it would be sent right away at 11:30am, then the lies continued with the on call nurse for the rest of the evening. I am very disappointed and feel like Texas Pain Relief Group does not care one bit for their patients. They received my co-pay and insurance billing so after that who cares right??
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Jan 8, 2019:
We sincerely apologize for the difficulty you have had getting your prescription. We take patient concerns very seriously and will look into this situation immediately and find a resolution for you. You are a valued patient and we appreciate your candid and detailed account.
Jan 8, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
This place is a complete insurance scam. I went for a consultation for back pain in February 2018 and paid my $50 insurance co-pay. I met with the doctor and did a urine drug test. I did not return and instead went to a different specialist referred through my PCP. Almost a year later, I still am receiving different bills for "labs" they are charging for and "offers" to accept 50% off if I pay it off now, etc. I already paid one of the bills that they sent in October and just received another bill. When I told them, they said that the October payment was for the in-house lab that was conducted and that this bill was for the lab that was sent out. All they did was a urine drug screen! This place is a huge insurance fraud scam that will submit 10 different charges to your insurance company and anything the insurance company won't pay, they then try to get the patient to pay. Avoid this place if you want to avoid a headache. I wish I never went to this place.
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Jan 8, 2019:
Thank you for taking the time to let us know what happened. We will escalate this and look into it right away, and, if needed, someone will get back to you shortly. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
Jan 3, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Dr. Wiley is an amazing dr. Very compassionate and extremely knowledgeable. I have gone to him for close to 4 yrs now and I live 1.5 hrs away. When you find a great dr. Like Dr.wiley Stay there!
Jan 3, 2019
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
I ❤ the Desktop office.
Dec 15, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Dr. Wiley and the staff at the Desoto clinic are professionals in their field. They treat you with dignity and respect, answer all your questions, and explain all the treatment and medicine options available. Great bunch of folks! I have such peace of mind with these guys in my corner. I've been suffering from chronic back pain for 12+ years and I've never seen a physician so dedicated to my care. Dr. Wiley is a phenomenal doctor. Such a great asset to the Physician Partners of America and Texas Pain Relief Group!
Nov 14, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Dr Wiley is AMAZING! He is the First Pain Dr that I have gone to that doesn't make you feel judged, or try to over write you scripts! He is solution oriented to find out what can be done and to make sure you are not in constant pain and comfortable! I drive over an hour now to get to his office, but he's worth it!!! And... All of the girls in his office, along with Lamantha his PA, Alisha his scribe, to Kheeva the manager, Sheba, Crystal and lil Jackie the young lady that checks you in, all will go the distance to help!!! Love them!!! Dawn
Nov 9, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Good Doctors and never a long wait.
Sep 15, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
It's not a pill mill so don't waste your time or the Dr's if that's what your looking for. But if your looking for compassionate care with a multi-disciplined approach this might be the place your looking for. Dr Wiley is a kind compassionate caring Dr that will listen to your problems and discuss a game plan for your treatment. He's always willing to answer questions you might have. If your in pain give em a shot.
Aug 31, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
The Staff were very warm and friendly. Dr. Wiley looks for the most efficient methods to assist you with your pain control.
Aug 4, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
The doctor that I seen Ashley took his time to listen to me to understand what I was going through to tell me that new program and physical therapy that I was going to be starting it was nice to be listened to thank you
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Aug 7, 2018:
Thank you for your kind comment. We will pass it on to Ashley. We value you as a patient and feel honored to help you manage your pain!
Jun 15, 2018
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
This was honestly one of the worst appointments ive had with doctors. I read the reviews here and was referred to Dr. Wiley by my PCP. After doing research on him, I thought that he would be nice to see. My only wish was to be able to speak to this doctor, and after that, we will see what happens. But unfortunately, none of that came to be true. The nurse saw my twice in the span of 30 minutes: once to say he would not prescribe my very recent previous treatment because he thought it was "dangerous". Which obviously is not, at the very least in my condition, but even so, I still wished to speak with him. The 2nd time she talks to me about my appointment with my PCP a week before where she prescribed a very low amount of Tylenol 3's, as I didnt have a Pain Management Doctor at the moment. She also referred me to this doctor as well. After waiting another 10-15 minutes, another nurse calls me in and says that Dr. Wiley would not see me at all. I found this disturbing and confusing. He said "He did not feel comfortable" in treating me. If he decided not to treat me, that is fine. As I have dealt with doctors like him who don't help people with very severe chronic pain issues. But I only wanted to speak with the man, at the VERY LEAST. I didn't even see him physically, he spoke through his nurses, and now looking back i believe he was trying to get me out of his office so he wouldn't say he doesnt feel comfortable treating me. I was completely respectful, polite, quiet, and on time during my visit so there should be no possible way he felt "uncomfortable", especially when he hasn't even spoken to me or even see me. If there was an issues with my charts or records I would have gladly provided any information truthfully. But now it seems that wasn't and will never be an option with Dr. Wiley. If I could give this review a 0 instead of a 1, I would. I understand your job as a pain managament physician is hard and there are some people who abuse the system. But to be so unprofessional, and uncaring to speak with me at all showed me what kind of doctor he is. Maybe you will find help if you are not like me: disbaled, using a wheelchair to get around better, having to be resting in my bed all day because of my very rare chronic severe disease. He may work with people who arent in as much pain as my never ending 7-10 pain scale. Maybe if you are below a 5 and only needing Schedule 3/4 medications, he will help you. But I am not sure because again, he would not even say a word to me. I hope the very small amount of people like me who plan or have been referred to Dr. Wiley know what to expect when walking into his office. Just another doctor who won't help us, the chronic severe pain people, but advertises like he will. I recommend you look for another doctor, especially ones not associated with Texas Pain Relief Group, as I have heard even worse stories from the other associated Pain Managment doctors. I wish we could be treated the way we should be, with care and ease for our conditions, but with this doctor that has not and seems as through will not ever be possible. I hope this gave you insight and information so you can avoid Dr. Wiley. I have no hate in my heart or bitterness towards him. Just the disappointment that again, here is another doctor who won't help people like me. I wish you all to have a great recovery and have a use of a cure. Unfortunately in my position neither is possible. I hope to find a better doctor who will atleast listen to what I have to say about my ailment rather than cast me aside like other bad doctors. I hope you find a good one as well, and if you already have that great doctor, be sure to be the best patient you can be, as they are very far in between for the people. If I had to recommend someone to a doctor it will not and will never be, Dr. Wiley.
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Aug 7, 2018:
We have reached out to you to discuss this incident. We hope you found understanding and resolution.
Nov 17, 2017
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Dr. Wiley is awesome! He is super-knowledgeable; he studied at an excellent college in such a wonderful part of the country. Most of all, I appreciate the fact that he is very respectful and comforting. He is great, as is all of the office staff I have experienced.
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Nov 20, 2017:

Hi, Courtney. You are in great hands with Dr. Wiley. We will make sure he sees this kind review. We appreciate your placing your trust is us!
Oct 28, 2017
Google Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
I never got my main medicine because they had to send it to another one of their clinics where a dr was suppose to send it to my pharmacy which never came. I've had 2 seizures because of not having my main medicine. I kept calling Friday after I seen the nurse practitioner and they sent my break thru pain medicine but had to have a dr send the main one. They kept telling me that the dr at the other clinic works after hrs. I don't know why they didn't call him to make sure he would send it and now I've called the main number to leave messages for the dr on call yet still no medicine. This isn't the first time that the other clinics have messed up on my medicines.
Physician Partners of America (PPOA) replied on Oct 30, 2017:
Dear Larry:
We value you as a patient and are sorry for what happened. If you will kindly email and mention my name, we will escalate this today, find out what went wrong, and make it right. Unfortunately, the way Google is set up, it only provides us with your email, and that is not a way we can look you up in our system. Please send your full name, a phone number and the practice you are visiting and we will take care of this. Thank you - Marie
Mar 3, 2015
Facebook Physician Partners of America (PPOA)
Keller office very slow. I trust my Doctors so when they gave me tramodol for pain I trusted them (not being told about withdraws), then when they tried a new medicine they didn't tell me to not stop my tramadol and I go through withdraws (my bad). The Doctor says never just stop tramodole, but yet when I call the office to tell him I'm almost out (per his request) he still has not called it in! It's going on 2 days and at least 5-7 calls requesting it and I'm out! Withdraws will be coming soon.

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