We believe every pain is treatable. We follow a multidisciplinary approach to treat the cause of pain so that patients can have a better quality of life
Neck Pain is most likely due to herniated disc, degenerative spine changes, myopathies. Neck pain is typically aching, cramping or shooting kind of pain may radiate to the arms. Treatment modalities include cervical epidural injections, facet joint block, RF ablation, and trigger point injections depending upon the cause of pain.
Low backache is a disease of modern times. All of us will have low backache at some point in time. Most of the people who experience low backache for the first time get better in 2-6 weeks. However chronic backache or recurrent backache requires special management. For acute back pain it is necessary to seek help at the department.
Common types of headaches include tension headache, migraine, cluster and sinus headache. Headache related to serious causes as bleeding in the brain or tumor requires a team-based approach with other tests. These need to be diagnosed differentiated and treated accordingly.
Trigeminal neuralgia is characterized by intense pain in eyes, lips, scalp, forehead and jaw on one side of the face. Pain is episodic shock-like sometime triggered by routine daily activities. Once diagnosed can be treated effectively with medication, Radiofrequency ablation, and surgery.
Post Herpetic Neuralgia (shingles)
One of the most common complications of shingles is persistent pain in the affected area even after rash has healed. Treatment modalities include medications nerve block and stimulators.
It is most commonly associated with diabetes or Injury. Management of Neuropathic Pain is with medication and interventional pain procedures.with medication, Radiofrequency ablation, and surgery.
Complex Regional Pain Syndromes (CRPS)
It may occur after an injury to arm or leg (CRPS-1) or in the absence of injury (CRPS II). Symptoms include hyperalgesia, burning pain in arm or leg, changes in color, temperature and texture of affected swelling, swelling, joint stiffness and muscle atrophy. Early treatment and physical rehabilitation produce excellent results.
Cancer Pain is the most distressing type of pain. It is important to provide good pain relief during all stages of cancer treatment; so that the patient is comfortable. Treatment includes medication and various nerve block techniques.
Chronic Abdominal or Pelvic Pain
Chronic abdominal or pelvic pain can be caused because of chronic pancreatitis, pelvic inflammatory disease and endometriosis. It is important to diagnose the medical condition first so as to treat it appropriately.
Shoulder Joint Pain
Shoulder being the most mobile joints is also prone for most types of injuries and degeneration. It results in chronic pain and limitation of movement. Intraarticular, peri-articular, intramural injection of steroid, suprascapular nerve block and trigger point injection markedly reduce pain. Physical rehabilitation helps return back to normal life as fast as possible.
A Myofascial trigger point is a hyperirritable spot usually within a skeletal muscle and is painful on compression. It can give rise to referred pain, motor dysfunction and autonomic phenomenon. Treatment modalities include dry needling, trigger point injection with local anesthetic and corticosteroids, FENTS, ultrasound massage, and physical therapy.
Knee pain is a common complaint that affects people of all ages. Knee pain may be the result of an injury, such as a ruptured ligament or torn cartilage.