Anaesthesiology & Pain Management
An Anaesthesiologist plays the most crucial role during any surgical procedure and helps the patient to eradicate the pain. We at Aakash Healthcare have left no stone unturned to deliver the highest standards of patient care.
The Department of Anaesthesiology extends its advanced clinical services to all surgical specialities.
The Department also provides comprehensive services for patients of acute and chronic pain. Our multi-disciplinary teams of anaesthesiologists, fellows, nurses and technicians have vast years of experience and are committed to deliver the highest quality and safest care to our patients.
Our sole objective is to make the surgical procedure easy for both the surgeon and the patient by providing assured pain management in the best possible manner without compromising on patient’s safety and satisfaction.
For long, pain has perceived as an underrated discipline of medicine, striving for its due consideration. In contemporary times when global medical fraternity has started recognizing it as a separate facility there has been an across the board acknowledgment of this. This adoption has prompted the setup of the Department of Pain Medicine.
The department of Pain Medicine at Aakash Healthcare offers a multi-disciplinary, coordinated way to deal with the analysis, avoidance and treatment of agonizing conditions.
The treatments offered at Aakash Healthcare range from generic transformational neuroplasties, facet blocks to complex ozone discectomies, endoscopic discectomies and radiofrequency treatments for chronic and acute spine pain, cancer pain, trigeminal neuralgia and other chronic pain conditions. All our treatments conform to recommendations of the international society.
Treatments are offered for –
- Back pain.
- Sciatica, Herniated disc or slip disc.
- Painful degenerative spine disease.
- Neck pain.
- Cancer pain.
- Lumbar canal stenosis.
- Myofacial pain syndrome.
- Chronic abdominal pain.
- Complex regional pain syndrome
- Trigeminal neuralgia.
- Atypical face pain.
- Osteoarthritis (OA) knee pain.
- Knee and Shoulder pain.
- Neuropathic Pain - Diabetic or other nerve injury.
- Post Herpes Zoster / Post stroke pain spasticity.
- Failed back surgery syndrome.
Our qualified physicians strive to find the root cause of the affecting pain and give the most effective treatment for the same in a sustainable manner.