The Pain Management centre at the CK Birla Hospital focuses on the diagnosis and management of chronic and disabling pain disorders through advanced non-surgical treatment options. Our comprehensive approach aims at improving the quality of life by minimising the impact of pain and restoring maximum function in the patient’s life. Our pain management specialists are certified experts who work in close collaboration with your care team to offer your relief and alleviate your symptoms during your treatment journey. The objective of pain management is not just to manage the distress but also to teach you skills that would empower you to better take care of yourself after your treatment and in the long term.
Conditions we treat
Musculoskeletal painMusculoskeletal pain is the pain that affects your bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles. It can be the result of an injury or a long-lasting condition such as arthritis. Our pain management team provides non-surgical pain relief options for chronic musculoskeletal and joint problems.
Neuropathic painNeuropathic pain is a result of damage or injury to the nerves in the nervous system. In this condition, the patient often complains of a shooting, burning, tingling, pins & needles sensation, electric shock-like pain. It can be an outcome of conditions like diabetic neuropathy & migraines.
Cancer painBoth cancer and cancer treatment can cause chronic pain. Cancer cells as well as treatment methods like chemotherapy can cause dull, achy or burning pain. We provide several treatments such as opioid therapy, nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation & epidural infusions to manage this pain.
Treatments we offer
Drug therapyDrug therapy is usually the first line of treatment for pain management. We will first aim to alleviate your symptoms, which means reduce your pain while also treating the root cause of your condition. Drug therapy can be administered orally, through IV and transdermal routes.
InjectionsDifferent types of injections are used to treat different types of pain. For e.g. BOTOX® injections for migraine, ultrasound or c-arm guided peripheral nerve block, joint injections for osteoarthritis, injections for frozen shoulder, plexus and ganglion blocks and sympathectomy.
Minimally invasive pain managementMinimally invasive pain management techniques are useful in decreasing the intensity of pain and are highly effective in the long run. Common techniques include radiofrequency ablation, epidural blood patch, intrathecal opioid pumps, vertebroplasty and neuromodulation procedures.
Why choose us for pain management?
Highlights of the department :
- Dedicated pain management centre
- In-house physiotherapy and rehabilitation centre
- Certified pain management specialists
- Home-like supportive care
I have had a great experience at the CK Birla Hospital. I was diagnosed with anaemia and had been suffering very badly. I was consulting a different doctor initially but I did not feel any better so I came to the CK Birla Hospital as I have heard about its great reputation. The hospital is honestly great. Dr Mohit Khirbat is very intelligent. His medications suited me at the first time itself and I started recovering very soon. Very great experience. Kudos! Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
“My experience with the CK Birla Hospital was great. I had undergone surgery which went successfully but I still felt some post-operative pain. The pain management centre and its experts did a brilliant job in helping me. Kudos to the team” Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
“Excellent experience. The hospital is well known for its world-class services. True to its name, they gave me the best treatment for my knee pain. My health has largely improved because of their care and services. I would definitely recommend them.” Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
Pain management is for individuals who experience persistent pain as a result of an injury, illness, trauma or surgery.
You should go for physiotherapy, do a regular workout, eat a healthy diet and get plenty of rest to help navigate your pain.
No, there are several pain management techniques including minimally invasive procedures and occupational therapy among others.