Pain Management

Pain affects almost everyone at some point in their lives. Pain is your body’s method of informing you that something is amiss, be it when you cut your finger or tear a muscle or something else. You will no longer be in pain once the damage has healed. But chronic pain isn’t like that. Weeks, months, or even years after the injury, your body continues to pain. Chronic pain is defined by doctors as any pain that lasts for 3 to 6 months or more. Even after the accident, injury or sickness that caused it has healed or gone away, this sort of pain might persist.

Pain signals can last for weeks, months, or perhaps even years in the neurological system. Even if there has been no prior accident or visible physical damage, some persons experience persistent pain. Chronic pain may have a significant impact on your daily life as well as your mental wellbeing. Chronic pain can make it difficult to accomplish the activities you want to and have to do in your everyday life. It can lower your self-esteem and make you feel irritable, sad, nervous, and annoyed. The connection between your emotions and your discomfort might lead to a vicious cycle. When you’re in pain, you’re more inclined to feel down. This may aggravate your pain.

Chronic pain affects more than a third of the adult Indian population, with women and the elderly being particularly vulnerable. The most common disorders that require pain treatment include back, neck, and cervical pain, arthritis, knee pain, joint pain, headaches, and migraines.

Medharbour has a special wing that deals with pain treatment where we provide chronic pain treatment. We, at Medharbour, can assist you in finding relief so that pain does not prevent you from living your life. Medicine, physical therapy, relaxation therapy, acupuncture, joint pain treatment and lifestyle modifications are some of the choices that we practice here. 

Certain treatments and therapies may aid in the management of chronic pain. Some of them are ‘Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CPT)’ under which you are taught how to cope with suffering by changing the way you think about it; ‘Counselling’, where our therapists and specialists provide talk therapy that might help one manage the chronic pain, especially pain that is psychogenic; ‘Occupational therapy’ which teaches you how to perform regular chores in a different way in order to reduce discomfort, pain and avoid harm; and ‘physical therapy’ that involves stretching and strengthening activities that can help relieve or alleviate pain.

Our pain management encompasses a wide range of treatments, therapies, and counselling, as well as interventional pain management injections guided by X-Ray and CT scans in specific locations. We also provide safe and effective operations under professional supervision. We take our commitment to curing seriously. And our doctors and therapists are at your service to provide the best possible and available pain management and pain treatment. There are methods to assist you to control your pain and living a more pleasant life, and we at Medharbour are here to help you do exactly that.