Pain is an unpleasant sensory and/or emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in the terms of such damage. (International Association for the Study of Pain).
Trauma, surgery, cancers, obesity, diabetes, neuropathy, ADIS, old age, osteoarthritis, modern life style.
Pain can affect physical, mental, financial and social well being.
Yes – By daily exercises and correct treatment in the acute stage of pain and early intervention can help to prevent chronic pain.
Multimodality management is the latest and safest way of treatment.
Nerves that carry pain impulses are blocked by specialized minimally invasive injection techniques, here either drugs or radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is used.
Symptomatically pain is curable with pain management even in chronic and “Incurable” diseases like cancer and old age diseases. Interventional pain management is necessary to improve quality of life.
Back pain can be treated with facet joint block, percutaneous disc procedures, decompression and nerve blocks.
Radio frequency nerve ablation-Nerves can be numb precisely by specific heat lesions without side effects.
Neuromodulation- Spinal and peripheral stimulators are used to treat chronic back pain, leg pain, migraine and any chronic pain not relieved by any means.
Intrathecal drug delivery system- Delivers very now doses of drugs at spinal cord pain receptors to block pain. Used to treat cancer pain, spasticity.
"Pain is real and treatable"
I’m Shanthi, 45 years old, from Karur. I have been suffering from severe back pain for the past one year. I had consulted many Spine Specialists near my vicinity and none could give a solution to my problem.
I am Aravind Varma 19 years old, from Andhra Pradesh. I have been playing Basketball for the past 4 years. Recently I participated in the State level Competition held in Orissa. As I was about to shoot a goal during the match
I am Atul Thakur and I had injured my right knee on 5th of May while playing cricket. After my visit to Ortho-one I was instructed by Emergency ward Doctor to undergo a MRI scan , which concluded that I had a complete
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