SAUDI GERMAN HOSPITAL DUBAI
PAIN Management CLINIC
Our pain clinic Physicians addresses the needs of the most challenging and neglected patient population, those who suffer from acute and chronic pain with the state of the art facility the pain physician bring the best in today’s high tech interventions to patients.
At Pain clinic we treat wide range of pain related conditions:
- Back pain
- Cancer Pain
- Disc herniation
- Head Aches
- Facial Pain
Pain clinic is equipped with numerous capabilities to treat even the most complex pain conditions. Following an extensive initial diagnostic evaluation an individualized course of treatment is determined. The pain Management clinic pain is dedicated to staying abreast of any advances in the field of pain management. Our services include but not limited to:
- Intramuscular and trigger points
- Epidural steroid
- Facet joint
- Nerve block
- Sympathetic block
Non-Surgical pain treatment
Prescription medical treatment
Our aim is to relieve, reduce or manage pain and improve a patient’s overall quality of life through minimally invasive techniques specifically designed to diagnose and treat painful conditions. Interventional pain management also strives to help patients return to their everyday activities quickly and without reliance on medications.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be admitted to hospital / will my daily work obligations be disrupted?
The vast majority of patients can be treated on an outpatient basis. Nevertheless, our multidisciplinary Pain Management Centre offers inpatient treatment in case of medical necessity. SGH Dubai is the first medical facility in the region to offer this comprehensive service with the option of hospitalization during the course of treatment for chronic pain.
What kind of pain management modalities you offer?
Individualized treatment plans. The treatment plan developed by the Pain Management team will be specially tailored to your condition and degree of pain, your needs, and your personal objectives. Your treatment plan may include a single approach, or a combination of different types of therapies: medical therapies, including both medications and special minimally-invasive procedures; psychological therapies; and rehabilitation therapies.
How soon will I feel better?
It depends on many factors, such as why you are experiencing pain, your amount of pain on the day of management, and how long you’ve been having pain. Most people will notice an improvement in their pain within 3-7 days after treatment.