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What is Chronic Pain?
Pain existing for more than 3 months despite treatment of the underlying disorder can become debilitating and affect one's life. Pain managed properly with judicious and safe use of multiple modalities can bring life back closer to normal for many.
Interventional Pain Management
Interventional pain management
Procedures performed under X-ray and ultrasound guidance can help deliverlocal anesthetics, anti inflammatory medications like steroids and radio-frequency energy accurately to inflamed nerves and joints in the spine and elsewhere. This can provide pain relief for prolonged periods.
Spinal Cord Stimulation
Spinal cord stimulation
Stimulating the spinal cord with extremely mild electric current can help reduce the pain in the spine and the limbs to a great extent. With recent great advances in this technology patients are getting better relief without feeling any stimulation from the device itself. This has changed lives.
Finally there is a way to relieve your pain without surgery or medication. You can restore the quality of your life through stem cell and platelet rich plasma therapy. Whether it's neck, shoulder, arm, back, leg, or foot pain, have peace of mind knowing that Dr. Madhu Yelameli, a highly qualified physician and regenerative medicine specialist, may provide the right treatment plan for your specific needs.
A large number of medications of various types are available to today's pain physician for managing chronic pain. Each group of drugs helps pain in its own way. A deep knowledge of pain medications, good training and experience is needed achieve a safe regimen for optimum pain relief.
Spinal Drug Delivery Systems
Intrathecal Drug Delivery System Implant
Pain medications can be infused directly in to the spine using a catheter connected to a very sophisticated pump which can very precisely delivery the pain drugs to the spine. Excellent pain relief may be attained using 100 to 300 times less medication than what is taken by mouth..
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