Cornerstone Pain and Wellness in Katy, Texas, is a dedicated team that has provided the highest level of care to our patients for years. Under a new name, we strive to provide non-surgical solutions for pain that can either eliminate the need for surgery or allow you to live an active and pain-free lifestyle until it’s determined that surgery remains the last option. You owe it to yourself to explore all the non-surgical options offered at Cornerstone Pain and Wellness. Take the first step and make an appointment. Your initial consultation is free.Learn More
A key to our Cornerstone Systems is our team approach. We provide a full spectrum of pain specialists – doctors, therapists, nurse practitioners. Each team member is carefully chosen because of their training and commitment to helping others; all working together to treat your pain at every level.
Research shows patients who feel supported have far better success recovering from pain. At Cornerstone Pain & Wellness we take that to heart. Inherent in our systems is that every member takes the time to get to know you. To understand how your pain is affecting, not just your body, but your quality of life.
We don’t measure success on a scientific scale. We measure success by helping you reach your goals. Perhaps you want to jog again. Or simply play with your grandkids without pain. Whatever your goals, our team will develop the best comprehensive systems to get you back to enjoying an active life, pain free.
The science of non-surgical pain relief is rapidly advancing. And our research team stays ahead of all the latest developments and improvements. We are constantly implementing the latest technologies; providing our patients with the most advanced and effective pain relief treatments available today.
A headache is a very generalized term given to pain that is felt in the head or sometimes the neck. There are many different types of pain associated with headaches ranging from acute localized discomfort to a more generalized ache. Some headaches may appear suddenly and only last for a short period of time while others may build gradually and last for several hours.
Neck pain is a relatively common ailment, of which most of us will experience at least once in our lifetime. In most cases, neck pain will improve and disappear on its own, but if you frequently suffer from this problem, or find that conventional ways of relieving your pain are not working, you may want to consider chiropractic care.
Most chest pain isn’t a sign of anything serious and often isn’t caused by a heart problem. Nevertheless, it’s important to get it checked out. Heartburn, chest infections, muscle strain and anxiety can all cause chest pain. Some of these can be alleviated with chiropractic care. More serious causes of chest pain include angina, pericarditis and a heart attack.
The shoulder joint is one of the most complex joints of the human body. The shoulder depends on multiple systems of ligaments, muscles and tendons. These systems work together to stabilize the shoulder and provide functional movement along with allowing other supporting joints to do the same.
As people age, it is a common often belief that the pain and discomfort associated with our joints is a normal occurrence that we are forced to live with. While our joints can experience levels of degradation as we age, the pain and reduced mobility that is often associated with arthritis doesn’t have to be something that we suffer through. Instead, let's review some of the facts around chiropractic care and how it can be beneficial in treating the pain associated with arthritis.
As the professional community ages, the diagnoses of carpal tunnel syndrome continue to rise. Carpal tunnel syndrome is commonly associated with the repetitive movement related to typing on a keyboard with improper hand positioning. Carpal tunnel syndrome creates a burning, numbness, or tingling sensation in the hands or wrists and can occur on one or both sides.
Lower back pain is an exceptionally common complaint and it is estimated that 80% of Americans will suffer from it at some point during their lifetime. Lower back pain is also a leading cause of absence from work due to ill health, even though more than half of all cases are believed to be a direct result of the patient doing a job that involves continual sitting.
Hip pain can be temporary or chronic, and can be caused by a range of different factors, the most common of which is osteoarthritis. Patients with osteoarthritis experience inflammation of the tissues around the joint including damage to cartilage, and this can lead to pain, stiffness and mobility issues.
Knee pain is a very common issue, and in most cases, occurs as a result of an injury to the joint and surrounding soft tissue. This can be from an individual event or as a result of overuse, such as through playing sport. Stiffness and inflammation often accompany knee pain, and you may find it difficult to use the joint as you would normally.
Many people live with consistent and regular foot pain. While others may have pain that occurs only when they are engaged in certain activities. While orthotics may not be the right answer for everyone to help with this pain, it’s a good idea to consult with a professional to decide if orthotics are a good option for you.
Meet Dr. Paul Barnwell, an experienced chiropractor with a passion for helping patients achieve better health. Dr. Barnwell has a proven track record in relieving sciatica, knee pain, osteoarthritis, migraines, neck pain, headaches, back pain, disc issues and more.
Beyond his professional achievements, Dr. Barnwell is a devoted family man, happily married for 13 years and a proud father.
As a registered nurse, Stacey worked for many years in the emergency department. She obtained her Master’s degree at UT Health Science Center, and as an advanced practice nurse, she worked in family practice working with mostly older patients. The majority of her patients had knee, back, and hip pain.Learn More
Hailey Rosenberg is a Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner who earned her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. She has a decade of nursing experience in multiple fields including mental health, transplant, cardiology/heart failure, intensive care, regenerative medicine, and interventional pain management.Learn More
Amy has always possessed an unwavering passion for lending a helping hand to those in need, nurturing their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Her profound joy in assisting others resonates profoundly through her active involvement in the community. Amy enjoys helping out in her church community by volunteering by serving in her church as well as participating in homeless outreaches.Learn More
As an Office Manager and rehab coordinator, Katelynn has been a part of the Cornerstone Pain & Wellness team for 4 years. Through God’s continued grace she has been given good health and the wisdom to guide patients and staff through their healthcare journeys.Learn More
Ethan grew up doing all kinds of physical and healthy activities. Whether it was swim team, football, hiking, he was always doing something active. Ethan also made sure to keep up with his health by eating right, working out, and even starting doing chiropractic by the age of 12.Learn More