Chronic Pain Management

Most of the pain is acute that is it may last for few moments, or temporary or may eventually go away. However in some cases when the pain last to three months or longer then the three months then it becomes the chronic pain. For example, after the treatment the surgical pain still continues then the nerves become hypersensitive and results to the chronic pain. Other factors also continues to the chronic pain such as arthritis, back and neck injury, fibromyalgia and musculoskeletal pain, migraine headache, limb pain or the shingles. Pain management is one of the major works of the anesthesiologist. Various steps are taken by the Anesthesiologists to treat the pain like prescribing the medication, rehabilitative services, pain relieving service, counselling patients and families.

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