Why us for cancer pain?
The department of pain management works in close collaboration with the Department of Oncology to offer effective alternatives to manage cancer pain throughout your treatment. Our pain management specialists tailor-make your care plan according to your unique symptoms and stage of cancer.
Dr. Rohan Khandelwal
The Breast Centre
Dr. Vinay Gaikwad
Dr. Jyoti Bhat
Dr. Anamika Yadav
Dr. Mansi Chowhan
Dr. Rajiv Ranjan Kumar
About cancer pain
Cancer pain is usually a significant indicator of several different types of cancers. However, cancer pain can also be caused as a result of receiving treatment. A wide variety of cancer treatments can cause pain as they can be taxing on your body.
Cancer or tumour growth
Chemicals released by tumour
The treatment for cancer pain depends upon the type and stage of cancer as well as the severity of your symptoms. Common treatment methods include pain relief and other prescribed medications, procedures to block pain signals, physical therapy, relaxation techniques and meditation.
Very good experience at the CK Birla Hospital. I am a breast cancer patient and I felt intense pain during my treatments especially. I told this to the doctor who asked me to consult Dr Anamika, the pain management specialist. Her techniques worked in a very fine manner and I have been feeling great ever since. My treatment also turned out to be successful and now I am cancer-free. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
I had a good experience. The pain management centre for cancer patients is a boon. It is a welcoming space where innovative methods are offers to relieve pain. Full stars. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
I am very pleased with my experience. The hospital is nicely maintained. It is clean and hygienic which is very important for cancer patients. The pain management unit is very advanced and has all types of solutions. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
Cancer pain can feel like aching, burning and dull pain.
Cancer pain can impact patients at any stage. However, advanced stages are deemed more painful.