Are you faced with a workplace injury, car accident injuries? Our personal injury clinic can help. Every member of Nextgen Pain & Injury Clinic is committed to providing excellent care to ensure positive outcomes for each patient. We are the very best in treating personal injury cases, pain management cases and managing Federal Workers Compensation claims.
We are the leaders in providing medical care for Federal Workers Comp injuries, Motor Vehicle Accident injuries and Personal injuries. Our expertise has earned Nextgen Pain & Injury Clinic recognition as a chosen provider of Federal Workers Compensation Assistance (OWCP).
At Nextgen Pain & Injury Clinic, we work hard to be one of the top federal workers compensation providers in Dallas and Arlington. We have the expertise to manage and treat workplace injury, automobile accident injury and personal injury cases. Come out and see why we are different.
Our clinics are conveniently located to provide care for the DFW area.
801 Road to Six Flags West, Suite 146
Arlington, TX 76012
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Nextgen Pain & Injury Clinic is a medical care provider for State and Federal Workers Compensation cases. Our Dallas and Arlington medical facilities provide evidence-based therapy tailored toward returning patients, employees and athletes back to wellness. Because we employ a variety of medical professionals on staff, we are able to collaborate together helping our patients find care. Our medical staff includes:
Nextgen Pain & Injury Clinic is an integrated medical practice focused on a better patient experience for Federal Workers Compensation cases. As your health partner, we’re committed to improving the value and quality of the care you receive.
Our professional staff understands how to work through third party providers. Our staff will manage through the paperwork and help with the Insurance company. Nextgen accepts most major health insurance plans
Dr. De Jesus brings 34 years of medical experience to our group, and she is looking forward to beginning this new chapter in her healthcare career as well as the opportunity to help treat a variety of brain injuries.
Throughout her academic, as well as professional career, Dr. De Jesus has received multiple awards and certifications. She was a recipient of the American Neurological Association Residency Scholarship Award during her time at New York Medical College. She is medical board licensed in three states and has received certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She is currently a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the American Neurological Association, the American Medical Association, and lastly, the American Physical Therapy Association.
Dr. De Jesus’s practice includes caring for patients with brain, muscle, and nerve diseases such as stroke, seizure, headache, Parkinson’s, and Multiple Sclerosis.
Dr. Jeffery Fritz is an interventional pain management doctor who also provides regenerative medicine and vein treatment services. Dr. Fritz invests time with each patient, ensuring the treatment provided is the best pathway to get each one back to performing their normal daily routines painfree.
“Each patient is different,” Dr. Fritz says,“ which is why I take the time to understand the root cause of their pain. Once identified, I can put together a plan towards removing the pain and restoring the patient back to health.”
Dr. Fritz Specializes In
P.A. Charles Ortega, HealthCare Provider, has spent the past 20+ years serving patients in family practice across the DFW Metroplex, urgent care and orthopedics. P.A. Ortega gained experience in Orthopedic and regenerative therapies in his medical practice and has first hand knowledge of the recovery to wellness after having played sports competitively. He began his careers as a P.A. in the field of orthopedics and regenerative therapy. Years later he began working in Primary Care after multiple surgeries and regenerative knee therapies.
This experience and subsequent studies expanded his knowledge to include Regenerative Therapies, Stem cell Treatments and PRP (platelet rich plasma).
P.A. Ortega likes the notion that physical therapy is designed to get patients back on their feet, but he focuses on the whole patient, not just the injury. “We have an approach where we go from the psychological aspect of an occupational injury to the physical aspect. We have a counselor onsite to address not only the physical needs, but the emotional needs. If the patient’s life is interrupted and they can’t do what they used to do, it can cause emotional problems or self-confidence issues.”
The team has a goal-oriented approach to fixing things. P.A. Ortega explains that they try to provide treatments we’ve seen supported evidence for and are willing to try other approaches if conservative measures fail. “If we need a specialist, we decide when and if that’s appropriate,” he says. “We try to keep everything under one roof to give the patient a quicker and easier experience of getting back to normal function. That goes for both general medicine and physical therapy.”
P.A. Ortega has always been involved in competitive sports. Circumstances led to bilateral knee injuries during his sports career but have provided him with firsthand experience in orthopedic conditions and sports injuries. He has been in practice for 20+ years gaining focus on occupational, orthopedic and family medicine.
He lives with his wife and two kids in North Dallas. He enjoys spending time his family mountain biking and playing golf.
Physical Therapy Assistant, Erin Floyd, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from the State University of New York at Potsdam, a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapist Assistant from PIMA Medical Institute in Tucson, Arizona, and an Associate’s Degree of Applied Science from Western Technical College in El Paso, TX. She plans to return to school for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and sits on the BSPTA Student Advisory Board for PIMA Medical Institute
“I feel privilege to have the ability to improve an individual’s quality of life. A patient’s trust is as important as their recovery progress.”
Erin enjoys competing in triathlons and completed her first full Ironman in 2019. Erin is originally from New Hampshire but has traveled and lived in several areas of the U.S. She has spent the last ten years in Texas and has learned to love the heat of the south.
A professor with international experience, Bruno has taught in both Brazil and Columbia classes in Orthopedic, Traumatology, Sports, and Manual Therapy Post Graduated programs.
Bruno was also a member of Team Brazil for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio as well as a volunteer for the 2016 Paralympic Games.
• McKenzie Method
• Spine Manipulation Training
• Mulligan Concept
• Dry Needling Therapy
• Postural Reeducation
• Treatment Based Classification System for Lower Back Pain
• Kinesio Taping Therapy
Nupur Maheshwari is a physical therapist with a master’s degree in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and is experienced in treating a variety of conditions using a broad range of screening, diagnostic and intervention models.
Nupur is committed to providing high quality treatment to every patient. Her focus is on patient education regarding faulty postures and body mechanics to not only treat the symptoms but also the cause behind it.
• Maitland mobilization
• McKenzie Method
• Neurodynamic Solutions
• Mulligan Concept
• Kinetic control
• Muscle Energy Techniques
Nick has experience in a variety of PT settings including orthopedic, geriatric, return to sport, federal workers compensation, cancer rehab, aquatic, amputee/prosthetic and DME.
Nick is enthusiastic and personable, and enjoys working and learning from all different types of people.
Nick will listen to your specific situation and develop a care plan with your life and goals in mind, to help enable that patients return to daily, occupational and recreational activities.