- ADDRESS 1717 Precinct Line Road, Suite 101 Hurst, TX 76054
- HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Friday | 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- PHONE (817) 369-3995
- SPECIALTIES Precinct - Texas Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Surgery Facility, Texas
Providing Trustworthy, Compassionate Ambulatory Services in Hurst, Texas
Our Precinct Ambulatory Surgery Center located in Hurst, Texas is dedicated to providing the best in ambulatory surgery care. Our professional trained medical staff is dedicated to helping you have a smooth surgery.
All of our patients are outpatient surgeries. The procedures performed at our locations do not require an overnight hospital stay. Our surgery center is equipped to provide diagnostic and surgical care. We work hand-in-hand with your pain management physician and use interventional pain management treatments to address the sources of your pain with the goal of allowing you to live a productive, happy, pain-free life.
From Fort Worth:
Take TX-121 N. Continue on TX-121 to Airport Freeway. Exit onto TX-183 E. You will be on this highway for 9.8 miles. Exit to the left on Precinct Line Road. The clinic will be on your left after you cross over W. Hardwood Road.
Take TX-183 to Airport Fwy in Hurst. Take the exit toward Farm to Market Rd. Turn right on Precinct Line Rd. After driving 0.7 miles, you will see the clinic on your left after passing W. Hardwood Rd.
Get on I-30 heading west. Take I-820 N to Airport Fwy. Then exit from TX-121 N/TX-183 E. Drive to Precinct Line and head north. After driving 0.7 miles, you will see the clinic on your left after passing W. Hardwood Rd.
We understand that even though the surgical procedures performed at our surgery center do not require an overnight stay, our patients may still be nervous about having a surgical procedure done. Our compassionate, qualified, and competent medical staff will be with you every step of the way. We want you to feel at ease from the moment you enter our facility.
All of the procedures that we do are explained in a clear and transparent way. You will have no question as to what you are having done, what you should expect during the surgery, and what your recovery will be like.
We invite you to ask any questions and discuss any concerns with our board-certified physicians and trained medical staff.
Living with pain is a life altering experience. The procedures that are performed at our Hurst, Texas facility are designed to provide you with the pain relief you need. Our goal is to get you up and going as quickly as possible so that you can go back to living the life you deserve.
When you are with us, you are our number one priority. We look forward to working with you and caring for your ambulatory surgical needs. Contact us today with any questions or concerns you may have.
Pain Management Physician
Texas Pain Relief Group
Texas Pain Relief Group
Having a back infusion, and multiple Rhizotomies my mind couldn’t help but focus on the pain. It didn’t help that I would get everyday questions asking about my levels of pain everyday either. Feeling like a life long patient and not a person, I quickly became depressed. Not having any idea of what was going on with me; Dr. Caruso was able to read me like a book. He talked to me like a normal person, and we had more meaningful conversations than I’ve had with family members in months. During our sessions, I noticed that I was focused on the positive things about life, and the pain would dissipate for the time being. Dr. Caruso showed me how to use these conversational techniques to keep conversations on a more positive note, which greatly reduced my pain.
After having multiple operations, and being on several pain medications, I started to think there would never be a solution to my pain. When I visited Dr. Caruso, he noted my depression, and was concerned about my lack of ambition to live. He started to ask me about what excited me in life, which I had trouble answering at first. After a couple of sessions I could answer that question, and I re-gained my motivation to run my business. I was able to keep my mind off the pain by keeping it busy with running my business.
After suffering an injury on the job, I started to experience everyday pain in my leg. I was confined to a wheelchair during my recovery, and I was convinced I would be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. When I started physical therapy, I experienced excruciating pain and stopped going. While living with the pain, I visited Dr. Caruso where he understood what I was going through. He explained that physical therapy had a traumatic effect on me, and now I feared movement of my injured area because I didn’t want to intensify the pain. Using a tactic to reward me every time I moved, I slowly started to strengthen my legs. Though they were only baby steps, I’ve been able to take my first steps without any assistance for the first time in months.