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The Department of Interventional Pain Medicine in our Institute is aimed at finding the cause for chronic pain due to any origin and treat the pain permanently. This department with the goal of being the best pain management centre in Coimbatore is equipped with an exclusive out patient block to see walking patients and referred cases from out stations throughout the day. The multi-disciplinary approach with the surgical, medical, and the rehabilitation department is the high light of our department.

Pain Interventions:

Traditionally any chronic pain which hurts for more than six months are diagnosed clinically and treated with conventional medications. The conditions which are not treated convincingly with the medicines and rehabilitations are subjected for surgical interventions.

The modern medicine found an alternative to these treatment modalities as the medical treatment is not always successful and the surgical interventions are cumbersome. Pain interventions in practice are precise injections at the target site, modification of nerve pathways by ablative procedures intramuscular injections and joint manipulations.

Many interventions are done as an outpatient procedures with a few hours observation prior to discharge. Major procedures like coeliac plexus blocks and lumbar sympathetic interventions may need admission and in house observations.

Facilities & Technology

  • Day care pain interventions
  • Exclusive Headache Clinic
  • Neck & Back pain Interventions
  • Fluoroscopic guided procedure
  • Trigger point injections
  • Radio-frequency ablation
  • Neurolytic procedures
  • Interventions & Rehabilitation for cancer pain
  • Ultrasound guided interventions
  • Rehabilitation for chronic pain syndromes in elderly

Medical Conditions

Treatments & Procedures

Patient Feedback

Frequently Asked Questions

What is effective pain management?
Effective control of pain improves the state of mind and the ability of the individual to move through the healing process. There are a number of pain control options, and doctors are continuing to work to tackle side effects that can occur with pain medications.
Cold and heat.
Physical therapy and occupational therapy.
Mind-body techniques.
Yoga and tai chi.
Music therapy.
Therapeutic massage.
Adults can take a maximum of 4 doses (up to eight 500mg tablets in total) in 24 hours. Wait at least 4 hours between doses.
They shouldn't be used for more than a few days in a row, and the specified maximum daily dose shouldn't be exceeded. Painkillers can have side effects and – in rare cases – lead to complications. In order to avoid adverse effects, it is important to make sure you use them properly.


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