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Neuropathic pain

Neuropathic pain occurs if the nervous system is not functioning properly
Why us for neuropathic pain?
Why us for neuropathic pain?
In-house physiotherapy and rehabilitation centre
Certified pain management specialists
Home-like supportive care
Full range of medical & surgical treatments
Multispeciality team-based approach

Our team of pain management specialists offer a team-based comprehensive approach towards the treatment of neuropathic pain. Our centre is fully integrated with advanced technologies to identify, diagnose and treat neuropathic pain as well as treating its cause to avoid recurrence.

Our specialists
Our specialists

About neuropathic pain
About neuropathic pain

Neuropathic pain, also described as nerve pain, occurs when your nervous system experiences a damage or does not work correctly. The spinal cord, peripheral nerves and your brain together make us the nervous system. Neuropathic pain can be felt in any part or nerve of this system.

Neuropathic pain causes

Diabetes
Alcoholism
Shingles
Chemotherapy drugs
Spinal nerve compression
Stroke
Parkinson’s disease
Multiple sclerosis
Facial nerve problems
Radiation therapy
Regional pain syndrome
Trauma

Neuropathic pain symptoms

Shooting, burning, stabbing pain
Numbness or tingling
Difficulty in sleeping
Evoked pain
Emotional disturbances

Neuropathic pain treatment

Your treatment protocol will largely depend upon the cause of neuropathic pain. Your healthcare provider will aim to reduce your symptoms and treat your underlying condition as well as maintain the functionality of your system. Treatments usually involve a medicinal approach.

Patient testimonials
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FAQs
FAQs

Your healthcare provider will perform a physical test and take your medical history as well as discuss your symptoms to diagnose your neuropathic pain.

Diabetes is the most common cause of neuropathic pain.