Pain Management

Managing chronic pain patient and cancer patient –

The service with proved epidural steroid injection cervical, Thoracic and lumber area

  • Facet joint radiofrequency
    • Used to treat several conditions including chronic neck and/or back pain. In the neck and back, pain stemming from the vertebral facet joints or the hip’s sacroiliac joints or the posterior pelvis may be treated using RFA
  • Sciatica pain treatment
    • Sciatica is pain that starts in your lower back and shoots down through your legs and sometimes into your feet. It happens when something in your body — maybe a herniated disk or bone spur – compresses your sciatic nerve. Some people experience sharp, intense pain, and others get tingling, weakness, and numbness in their legs.
  • Single nerve block (single and catheter )
    • The duration of the block depends on the type of medication used, the area of the block and your personal response to the medication. It should relieve some of the pain induced by surgery and it will last between 3 hrs to 18 hrs in general. Sometimes it last longer and this is normal.  The block may NOT take away all of the pain.
  • IV Ketamine and Lidocaine infusion for fibromyalgia
  • Treat post trauma syndrome
  • Treat neuropathic pain
    • Neuropathic pain is often described as a shooting or burning pain. It can go away on its own but is often chronic. Sometimes it is unrelenting and severe, and sometimes it comes and goes. It often is the result of nerve damage or a malfunctioning nervous system.
  • Triger point injection plus multimodal analgesia for acute and chronic pain
    • Trigger point injection (TPI) may be an option for treating pain in some patients. TPI is a procedure used to treat painful areas of muscle that contain trigger points, or knots of muscle that form when muscles do not relax. Many times, such knots can be felt under the skin. Trigger points may irritate the nerves around them and cause referred pain, or pain that is felt in another part of the body.