Anesthesia and Pain Management in Miyapur
Our experienced anesthesiologists have the expertise to effectively manage any mild or acute pain and discomfort that usually accompanies surgery, injury or chronic conditions. By definition, anesthesiology is the practice of perioperative medicine. Our trained and experienced anesthesiologists evaluate the patient before surgery, and provide pain relief and management care along with the necessary life support functions during surgery. We also take care of the patient post-operative till discharge from the recovery area or surgical intensive care unit.
Cancer pain – Cancer pain may be dull or sharp. It may arise when the cancer has spread or is recurring. Cancer treatment like surgery, radiation therapy or chemotherapy may also cause cancer pains. Treatment may vary from pain relievers, opioid prescription medication, and integrative therapies such as acupuncture, massage, meditation, hypnosis. If required, we provide critical care medicine as well.
Back pain – Our doctors examine the ability to sit, stand, walk and lift the leg. They assess how much pain one has and whether one can perform body functions with the back pain. This helps our doctors to know the source of pain, or if one has muscle spasms. Our doctors take the help of X-ray, MRI, CT Scan, and blood tests to ascertain the cause and extent of back pain. After a thorough examination, the doctors prescribe muscle relaxants or pain relievers accordingly.
Neck pain – Our doctors assess the tenderness or numbness in the neck, and if required, take the help of X-ray, CT Scan, blood test and MRI. The treatments vary from surgery and therapy to medications.
Sciatica – The sciatica nerve is located from the lower spine and goes till the knee. Irritation of this nerve causes a sharp or mild ache which may get worse by simple things like coughing, sneezing, sitting or standing for a long time.
Headache and Orofacial pain (OFP) – OFP disorders can cause a lot of pain in the region of face, neck and head. Our doctors try to examine the source of the pain before beginning any treatment for a more effective way of treating OFP.
Trigeminal neuralgia – This is a chronic pain condition that affects the trigeminal nerve that carries pain from face to the brain. Affecting more women than men, especially in the age group of 50+, in this condition, even simple things like brushing teeth may cause severe pain. Our doctors prescribe medication or give injections and, in some cases, even surgery.
Musculoskeletal pain – Acute pain affecting bones, joints, ligaments, muscles or tendons is known as musculoskeletal pain. Our doctors take all possible measures to relieve the pain by examining the cause behind the pain. This pain could be caused by fractures of the bones, dislocation of the joint, poor posture, injuries, and sprains or blows to muscles.
Joint pain (Knee, Shoulder, Hip) – Painful and stiff joints affect middle aged people usually when the cartilage which is a protective cushion between the bones, begins to wear away over time.Other causes may be rheumatoid arthritis which is an autoimmune disorder, bursitis or inflammation of sacs of fluid, gout or sprains.
Neuropathic (Nerve related pain) – The disturbance or change in the functioning of one or more nerves is known as neuropathy. Most neuropathic cases are owing to diabetes. Our doctors diagnose thoroughly and then give prescribed medications along with closely monitoring over a period of time for proper treatment.
Fibromyalgia – Musculoskeletal pain along with tiredness, sleep, memory, depression, cramps and mood swings is known as fibromyalgia. Our doctors examine thoroughly for severe or mild pain for more than 3 months in 6-7 areas of the body before giving any medication.
Diabetic neuropathic pain – Diabetic patients usually experience nerve injuries in the legs and feet which is known as diabetic neuropathic pain. The symptoms usually include pain and numbness in the legs, feet and hands. One may experience mild or acute pain and problems pertaining to the digestive system, urinary tract, blood vessels and heart. Our doctors advise choosing a healthier lifestyle and consistency in the management of blood sugar levels for treatment of diabetic neuropathic pain.
Post-herpetic neuralgia – Post-herpetic neuralgia is the painful sensation where one has had shingles, particularly common amongst people above the age of 50. The pain is usually accompanied by itching, burning and sharpness. Even light touches like standing in the shower or the touch of clothing may trigger post-herpetic neuralgia.
Persistent post operative pain – Our doctors are experienced to care for the patients after surgery and take adequate steps to attend to the comfort of the patients. Regular checkups, medication, treatment of discomfort and noticing symptoms and signs is a part of our routine post-operative care.