Pain clinic is a health care specialty that evaluates diagnoses and help in management of chronic pain of different causes. Pain is the oldest but often neglected symptom of mankind. It causes the affected individual to become irritable and unable to complete daily and professional tasks.
If you are suffering from pain lasting for more than 3 months, then you are likely to be suffering from “Chronic Pain”.
We at Vinamra Swaraj Hospital adopt a multidisciplinary approach to tackle chronic pain problems in patients. Thus the approach is holistic and customized to relieve each individual patient. In the process, the patient is enabled to manage their pain and thereby gain control of their lives.
Our pain management team comprises of Interventional pain specialists (Anesthesia or Orthopedic background), physical therapist and psychologists.
The various treatment options available are medications, site specific nerve blocks (ultra-sound guided or C-arm guided), dry needling (a novel way of addressing muscle/myofacial issues by insertion of acupuncture needles into the affected muscle group), physical and aquatic therapy, suggestions on ergonomics and simple asanas of yoga.
The following chronic pain conditions are benefitted from our pain clinic services:
• Back pains(slipped disc, spondylosis, facet arthritis, lumbar canal stenosis, pyriformis syndrome, sacro-iliac joint pains)
• Neck Pain (spondylosis)
• Knee pain
• Fibromyalgia/myofascial pains
• Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)/ Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy(RSD)
• Spinal Stenosis
• Cervical Spondylosis
• Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS)
• Sacroiliac joint pain
• Pyriformis Syndrome
• Pain in Cancer (Head and neck, Post mastectomy lymphedema and pain, Lung, abdominal and pelvis metastasis, Spine / vertebral metastasis)
• Post Surgical neuropathic pains (post-laminectomy pains(persistent pain after successful spine surgery), post TKR pains, post herniorrhaphy pains)
• Neuropathic Pain (Trigeminal neuralgia, post stroke pains post herpetic neuralgias)
• Pelvic pain (Interstitial cyctitis)