Do you have a persistent pain that has been bothering you for far too long? It may well be the time to visit a Pain Clinic.
Pain Clinics are usually run by highly trained Interventional Pain Specialists.
As the field of medicine learns more about the complexities of pain, it has become more important to have physicians with specialized knowledge and skills to treat these conditions. An interventional pain specialist is a trained Anaesthesiologist with additional training in the complexities of pain and its management. They have special training in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of all different types of pain including
The broad variety of treatments available to treat pain is growing rapidly and becoming more complex. With an increasing number of new and complex drugs, techniques, and technologies becoming available every year for the treatment of pain, interventional pain specialistsare uniquely trained to use this new knowledge safely and effectively to help their patients. They help you to figure out and treat the cause of your pain, and direct you for the right treatment options after determining the most likely pain generators. Also, they playan important role in coordinating additional care such as physical therapy, psychological therapy, and rehabilitation programs in order to offer patients a comprehensive treatment plan with a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of their pain
In a Pain Clinic, patients can be assisted in coping with pain caused by a variety of medical conditions including, but not limited to
You can be referred to a Pain Clinic by your primary care physician. You can also visit a Pain Clinic directly.