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Pain is not just a physical phenomenon, but a complex emotional experience

Pain is an unpleasant and emotional experience that can be associated with, actual or potential tissue damage that can be described in terms of damage. It is a highly individual, subjective experience influenced by many physical, psychological, social and cultural factors.

At Aarogya Hastha, we understand the struggle of living with pain. Our team of experts are dedicated to relieving your suffering with personalised care. We are devoted to providing comprehensive pain relief that helps you return to a life free from pain. Even when recovery may seem challenging, our experienced team is here to offer hope for a brighter future.

Medical Management

This type of pain management involves using medications to reduce pain. Common medicines used include opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), antidepressants, anticonvulsants and muscle relaxants. In addition to medicines, corticosteroid injections might be used as well.


Physiotherapy is a type of exercise-based therapy that helps in pain relief and improving physical function. It involves using techniques such as stretching, strengthening, massage, joint mobilisation and heat or cold therapy to help reduce pain and improve mobility.

Interventional Techniques

Interventional techniques involve the use of more aggressive treatments such as nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulation and epidural injections. These techniques involve injecting drugs or inserting devices directly into the source of the pain to reduce pain and improve function.

Back Pain

Back pain is a debilitating and overwhelming experience. It affects all aspects of life and can take a massive toll on one’s emotional well-being. Fortunately, a wide range of interventional techniques are available to help manage chronic back pain, including epidural nerve blocks, steroid injections and radiofrequency ablation. All these treatment options can help reduce the severity of pain, allowing patients to live more comfortable and fulfilling lives.

Knee Pain

Knee pain can be physically and emotionally exhausting, affecting a person’s ability to participate in activities they once enjoyed. Interventional pain management techniques, such as physical therapy, injections and steroid treatments, can provide positive outcomes in relieving knee pain and restoring mobility.

Shoulder Pain

Interventional techniques such as injections, nerve blocks and radiofrequency ablation are commonly used for shoulder pain management. While these techniques often provide relief from immediate discomfort, they also have a powerful emotional impact.

Hip Pain

Hip pain can be one of the most debilitating feelings that a person experiences. Techniques of interventional pain management can help reduce the pain’s intensity and improve the overall quality of life for affected individuals. Through the use of injections, ablation and nerve blocks, physicians can reduce inflammation around the hip joint and restore normal movement. Physical therapy and rehabilitation may also aid in reducing pain and restoring function.

Elbow Pain

Elbow pain can be one of the most debilitating and dehabilitating conditions a person can suffer from. Interventional pain management techniques can be especially helpful in managing elbow pain as they directly target the source of the pain. Through injections such as a corticosteroid, a local anaesthetic, prolotherapy or Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which are aimed to reduce inflammation, reduce pain and increase range of motion, the individual can find relief and improved quality of life.

Ankle Pain

Interventional techniques may offer relief from chronic ankle pain. Such treatments aim to provide symptomatic relief while identifying the cause of the pain, which is essential for long-term management and improved quality of life. With sophisticated and highly targeted treatments such as steroid injections, nerve blocks or ablation, the patient can experience sensory improvements in pain and functionality, allowing them to return to activities and find joy in everyday life.

Our Specialists

Dr. Akash Mukherjee

Sr. Consultant & HOD - Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain Medicine

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