Backache, Low Back Pain, Spondylosis, Sciatica
Back Pain after Surgery
Some patients who have undergone spine surgery may come back with pain similar or worse than previous pain. Also known as failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS). This may be due to scar tissue and patients can benefit from pain blocking injections called transforaminal or caudal injections. A procedure called Racz adhesiolysis, in which a catheter is used to deal with the scar tissue problem, is also beneficial.
Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Frozen Shoulder
Frozen Shoulder: Frozen shoulder is a term used to describe a stiff shoulder Joint. This may be temporary and occurs in or near the shoulder. In 95% of cases the condition is totally reversible, but full recovery may take several months. Physical therapy, stretching exercises are the treatments of choice for frozen shoulder. If pain is severe, exercising may not be possible. For such people, a ‘nerve block’ can help reduce pain for facilitating physiotherapy. After examining the patient, the treatment options include posture correction advice, traction, physiotherapy, nerve blocks.
Post-Surgery Pain After Caesarean Section, Hip/Knee surgery
Headaches | Migraines
Cancer and Post-cancer Treatment Pain
ii) Herpes Zoster | Nagin: This is a viral infection where the nerve is involved with severe burning pain along affected nerve root. The intensity of pain is very severe. Even trivial stimuli like touch, light breeze, and clothing can aggravate pain. Effective treatment is possible with medications, TENS, nerve blocks.