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Pain Management

Pain Management

Pain is a symptom of an underlying disease that will end after healing takes place. We know when pain persists, it triggers psychological factors affecting the nervous system which will eventually lead to chronic conditions. When this happens, the patient’s quality of life gradually decreases as they slowly slide down into the spiral of “Chronic Pain Syndrome”

Our Pain Management Centre offers medical consultation along with evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of various acute, chronic, or excruciating pain caused by several health conditions and medical problems. Our Centres of Pain Management provide a multi-disciplinary approach to treating chronic pain.

Our goal is to provide a myriad range of chronic pain assessment and multi-modal approaches based on recommendations by a group of trained and expert doctors & physicians.

Pain Management Centre provides every patient with the highest quality care to help recover quickly and restore maximum functionality after treatment of pain condition.

We work carefully with every patient and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that will produce the best possible results. Our philosophy is to offer solutions to help people manage their pain and optimise their quality of life.

Arthritis is a joint disorder which causes inflammation. This inflammation occurs when two joints meet which leads to arthritis. When this happens, patients begin to report joint pain and other common symptoms. More than 100 types of arthritis exist; degenerative osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and gout are the most common.

Troubled by common symptoms of arthritis such as joint pains/swelling/stiffness, ankle pain, hand swelling, red joints, etc.?

If you find yourself suffering from these symptoms, we highly recommend you to schedule an appointment with us.

It is important to keep in mind that some types of arthritis respond well to treatment. The sole purpose is to improve joint function, to relieve symptoms, reduce pain and prevent more joint damage with the help of either medication or therapy or surgery or a combination of two or more depending on the seriousness of the condition that the patient is suffering.

Our doctors here are highly experienced and trained and have a track record of successful treatment for arthritis conditions.

Back pain is common in adults ranging in age from 35 to 55. However, back pain can affect anyone at any age. It has to do with the way the muscles, bones, and ligaments work together in the back region. It is a common condition that can either become acute or chronic if neglected. There are several symptoms that one should be aware of, such as back stiffness, numbness in the leg or foot, difficulty moving around, soreness, muscle spasms, strained ligaments, etc..

If you are you suffering from lower or upper back pain, but you don’t want to start taking addictive pain medications? Our Pain Management Center can help you lessen your back pain without taking addictive pain medications or surgery. The first step to relieving back pain is to call us. We can help you ascertain the best pain management technique that is right for your condition.

We offer a wide range of therapies and treatments according to the severity of the condition.

Cancer pain is caused due to cancer itself or cancer treatments. Patients that undergo intense chemotherapy treatment experience painful sensations in various parts of their bodies. Some of the common feelings associated with cancer pain range from dull pains to sharp pains and frequent headaches and body aches.

Most often pains associated with chemotherapy occur due to radiation, leaving behind scars and painful sensations throughout the body.

At our Pain Management Centre, we help patients that are going through cancer treatment, manage the pain associated with chemotherapy and different forms of cancer. We offer minimally invasive treatments to help manage & reduce the pain effectively. We provide effective treatments for cancer patients and if you are going through cancer treatment, or have recently undergone chemotherapy and are still experiencing pain? Give us a call!

Pain that lasts over more than 3 months is considered chronic pain. Some of the common symptoms include neck pain, arm pain, muscle pain, headaches, etc.

Call our Pain Management Centre during the phase of acute pain. We help you determine the best pain management treatment plan for your specific condition.

There are various solutions we offer depending on the problem such as non-addictive pain medications, chiropractic care, physical therapy, supplements and vitamins and surgery (as the lasts resort).

If you are suffering from worsening symptoms of chronic pain, call us immediately. We will help you overcome it by incorporating a multidisciplinary approach. An appointment is the first step to finally getting relief from your symptoms.

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a condition that occurs when the nervous system misfires and sends signals to the brain. It is a type of chronic pain when high levels of nerve impulses get sent to the affected body part(s). CRPS (also called reflex sympathetic dystrophy—RSD) commonly affects the arms or legs, but it can occur anywhere in the body. Patients who are 20-35 years old are most commonly affected, with women getting diagnosed more than men. CRPS does not have a single cause. Instead, multiple causes are known to exist for its occurrence. Some of the common symptoms include swollen arms/legs, cold arms/legs, burning skin, sensitive skin, excessive sweating, pale skin, etc…Also in some cases, CRPS can become worse with emotional stress. It is always best to track your symptoms and report all symptoms to your doctor. Early diagnosis and treatment are very important such as sympathetic block, stellate ganglion block, and clonidine to relieve pain, injection therapy, antidepressants, psychotherapy, physical therapy and more.

Our doctors will determine a customised plan for treating a specific condition and derive a comprehensive plan accordingly. We are well-equipped with the knowledge and training necessary to diagnose and treat your CRPS symptoms and pain.

It is a condition that describes changes in spinal discs as time progresses. The disc degenerates over time, making the spine less supple causing pain and a whole host of other symptoms such as herniated discs, osteoarthritis, deformity, slipped disc, ruptured disc, etc.

Some of the few treatment options that exist are epidural steroid injection, rhizotomy, acupuncture, back injections, physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medications, etc. depending on the severity of the condition.

Whether you are suffering from symptoms of degenerative disc disease or have recently diagnosed with it, we are here to help you!

Schedule an appointment with us.

The most common condition that many people suffer these days due to sedentary lifestyles is Diabetes. Four types that are known to exist are Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Pre-diabetes and Gestational Diabetes.

Some of the symptoms that these patients suffer are peripheral neuropathy, numbness or burning in legs, itchy legs, pain in the feet, etc. if you are experiencing these symptoms, call the pain management centre right away. Report any symptoms to the doctor that the patient is experiencing so the doctors can make a proper diagnosis & develop a customised treatment plan for you. We will help you manage the diabetes-related pain & symptoms using a conservative approach, which includes non-addictive medicine while avoiding surgery as much as possible and successfully treating the condition in a minimally invasive way.

Our pain management centre has the experience & expertise to properly diagnose diabetes and treat chronic pain related to diabetes.

A Herniated disc usually occurs in the neck region or lower back or anywhere along the spine. It is important to know the symptoms associated with it such as numbness or tingling in the affected part of the body, weakness of muscles & arm or leg pains. These are the classic symptoms of herniated discs that should be evaluated at the earliest.

Some of the treatment options available are physical therapy, pain & anti-inflammatory medications, electrical stimulation, etc.

It is advised to not neglect this situation and go on for the possible treatment available with our doctors. We help you lead a less painful lifestyle. Call us today to schedule an appointment.

Muscle injuries are of two common types such as muscle sprains or muscle strains, where the former is a condition when a tendon or muscle is torn, and the latter is a condition when a ligament is torn. Both types of muscle injuries can produce pain and other symptoms from bleeding, bruising, swelling, redness etc. resulting in poor flexibility, muscle fatigue, muscle overexertion etc.

There are various treatment options available depending on the type of muscle injury suffered by the patient. Treatments range from rehabilitation to physical therapy concerning the patient’s condition.

We address muscle injuries and provide the best diagnosis and treatment that is suitable for your condition.

Neck pain can oftentimes become debilitating. Before it becomes a nuisance in your daily life, you should consider conservative treatment options. Some of the symptoms associated with neck pain are tenderness, neck stiffness, muscle spasms, headaches, leg/arm weakness, inability to walk, etc.

Our Pain Management Centre provides minimally invasive treatment options for neck pain. We believe in treating acute and chronic pain without the need for highly addictive narcotics or surgery.

Most of the time, neck pain will resolve on its own without medical intervention. However, in the event of acute or chronic neck pain and you need conservative treatment, call our Pain Management Centre today. Our experts will determine the underlying cause of neck pain and speak with you regarding the symptoms associated with it. The course of treatment will focus mainly on pain relief and prevention of future neck pain.

It is a degenerative bone disease that causes bones to weaken or become brittle over time. It usually affects the elderly population as the bone density lowers down & deteriorates as the proteins get altered. Osteoporosis condition occurs when new bone generation cannot keep up with the attrition rate of old bone. Some of the symptoms associated with osteoporosis are injury-induced pain, stooped posture & constant back pain.

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it is important to consult pain management doctors who can help treat and manage the pain you are facing. There are treatment options available such as supplements, physical therapy, medication, and injections for pain. Depending on the patient’s severity surgery may be advised.

Therefore, seeking diagnosis and treatment is the first step towards well-being. We at the pain management centre will enable you to potentially overcome this disease. Contact us for more details.

It is a common condition resulting from trauma to the peripheral nerve of the body. This painful sensation can either occur in the arm, leg, shoulder, hips, knees & ankles which is often difficult to diagnose. This condition is termed peripheral neuralgia which is experienced when the patient suffers from a slip & fall accident, sports-related injury, car accident, etc.

Some of the symptoms associated with it are a burning sensation, numbness in legs/feet/ankles/hips, itching and more.

At the Pain management centre, we believe pain is most effectively managed and treated using conservative techniques but sometimes requires using minimally invasive procedures or prescribing pain medications or recommending surgery in conjunction with other treatment methods.

Our medical professional's mission is to take patients away from the feeling of hopelessness. If you are suffering from pain associated with nerve damage, we suggest you visit us today to discuss the condition and seek diagnosis and treatment according to the condition.

This condition affects women more than men. It is associated with muscle pain and is quite common these days. This chronic pain affects the patient’s bones & muscles. Some of the symptoms are muscle pains, tiresomeness, fatigue, stiffness in the body, sleeping problems, muscle spasms, abdominal pain, etc. The factors associated with the symptoms caused are a combination of either genetics or infections or trauma.

A few of the treatment options that our pain management centre provides are physical therapy & pain medications.

Therefore, our pain management centre provides the best care and solutions to the condition on case to case basis. Call us for more details.

Facet joints in the spine allow the person to perform daily tasks, preventing excess movement in order to protect the person from having a spine damage or injury. Just like any other parts of the body, facet joints deteriorate over time leading to many symptoms such as burning sensation, back pain, lower/upper back pain, shoulder pain, limited spine movement, muscle spasms, numb legs/arms etc..

The risk factors associated with the development of facet joint syndrome is being overweight, genetics, heavy sporting activities, arthritis/gout, ageing or injury.

Our pain management centre offers various treatment and care options for the patients to choose from, such as diagnostic nerve block, injections, physical therapy, rehabilitation program, etc.. depending on the condition of the patient.

Call the pain management centre today for scheduling an appointment with us. Our doctors are well-trained and qualified to deliver exceptional treatment and care for spinal arthritis.

Have you ever experienced a sharp pain or tingling sensation in your tailbone region? This could be a sign of coccydynia, commonly referred to as inflammation of the tailbone caused due to sports-related injuries or trauma or long periods of sitting. Some of the symptoms associated with it are difficulty in sitting, tenderness or pain in the buttocks and more.

However, there are a few treatment options available for the management of tailbone inflammation such as pain medication, therapy or localised injections.

In mild cases, the pain will go away with little rest and relaxation, but in severe cases of acute/chronic pain, it is best to seek medical advice. Our Pain Management Centre will provide the best suitable options of care and treatment for the conditions suffered by you. Book an appointment to visit us today.

This condition is suffered by the patients who have an amputated limb. The nerve endings in the amputated limb send pain signals to the brain which creates a pain sensation in the affected area. Some of the symptoms associated with it include pain, feeling hot/cold, tingling sensation and cramps in the amputated region.

Although phantom limb pain is not that easy to treat but with the comprehensive and advanced technology at Star Hospitals we provide the best possible care to our patients. A few treatments we offer our patients are relaxation techniques, psychotherapy, physical therapy, steroid/nerve block injections, pain medications, electrical simulation and more.

If you are experiencing phantom limb pain, our doctors and team of medical professionals will work with you to develop a pain management and treatment plan to rescue you from the pain and help you lead a normal life. Call us now to book an appointment.

Pinched Nerve affects the population aged >50 years, also known as Cervical Radiculopathy (Pinched nerves).

This condition is known as a pinched nerve wherein the nerve root is pinched by the bone spur or herniated disc. As a result, the nerve becomes irritated & compressed causing sudden pain. Some of the symptoms associated with this condition are numbness and sharp pain in the neck/arm, a degenerative disc in the neck, lack of hand and arm coordination and more.

Some of the treatment options available are mostly conservative therapies such as manual therapy, pain medications, using cervical pillows, epidural steroid injection, stretching exercises and more. However, in grave cases, surgery may be required if the patient shows signs of muscle wasting, excruciating pain & numbness.

We are here to help you out and give you specific details for treating cervical radiculopathy. Our experienced doctors at The Pain Management Centre helps you provide ultimate conservative yet non-invasive treatment options to minimise the pain and possibly cure your condition.

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