A Pain Management Specialist is a physician treating all different types of pain. As pain is a wide spectrum of disorders from acute pain to cancer pain, a Pain Specialist has expertise in treating all forms of the pain.
What is Pain Management?
Pain Management, pain control, pain medicine, or Physiotherapy is a distinguished branch of medical study which uses interdisciplinary ways of treatment for easing the pain of chronic pain in joints and muscles.
Who is a Pain Specialist?
A Pain Specialist is a doctor who helps you restore movement, mobility, and functioning of joints. Their expertise is focused on maintaining a patient's mobility and well-being. They study the science of movement and try to learn the root cause of the injury. They are also responsible for reviewing a patient's medical data, including X-rays, laboratory reports, and performing a complete physical examination. . They will provide special insight into the right tests and diagnosis required for your case.
When to consult a Pain Specialist?
If any injury leads to hospitalization, a Pain Specialist will follow your case through your case with the right diagnostic testing and customized treatments likewise. They are also trained in general healthcare as well with conditions especially external and internal injuries. They are fully licensed for providing the right treatments and guidance for diagnosing the right type of problem. Nonetheless, the expertise of a pain specialist is not limited to just helping with physical movement post an injury, some doctors recommend a Pain Specialist after a heart stroke or heart surgery.
Back Pain Injury or Joint Pain | Consult with a Pain Specialist
In case of back injury and joint pains, a Pain Specialist will help you with the treatment. A Pain Specialist also treats a wide range of pain management and mobility issues including hip replacement, muscular pain, sports injury, and much more. If you are looking for sports physiotherapy, physiotherapy for back pain, physiotherapy for knee pain, physiotherapy for shoulder pain, please consult with one of our top physical therapist doctors in Pakistan.
Services by Healthwire Pain Specialist
The services and treatments offered by our physical therapist are, but not limited to:
Muscular; Neck and back pain in the skeleton and in muscles.
Bones, joints, muscles, and ligaments such as arthritis
Physiotherapy for frozen shoulder
After-effects of amputation physiotherapy
Muscular pain because of asthma
Loss of mobility due to some serious injury, trauma, or genetic diseases
Fatigue, pain, stiffness, and loss of muscular strength. This can be after heavy exposure to chemical radiation or post-cancer treatment.
Pelvic issues, bowel problems post-childbirth, or palliative care.
Certified Pain Specialists in Pakistan | Just a Click Away!
In order to be a Pain Specialist, an individual has to go through a 5 year Doctor of Physiotherapy ( DPT) degree after intermediate, followed by 1 year of house job. Pakistan has many top qualified Pain Specialists who are the best in their field. In order to help you, Healthwire is providing you with easy access to Pakistan’s Best Physical Therapist Doctors. You can find the complete list of both male and female Pain Specialists from all over Pakistan with their detailed information of expertise, practising location, and timings. You can easily book an “Online Appointment” or even Opt for “Video Consultation” at your own ease, Anywhere, Anytime all over Pakistan by either Calling us at 04232500989 or download our Healthwire App to book appointments.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, depending on your condition, a pain specialist may prescribe some pain relievers, however, most of the specialists suggest physical activities to relieve the pain.
Depending on your condition, a pain specialist will treat your pain through physical therapy, rehabilitation, counseling, and medicine.
Pain specialists are medical doctors who have specialized in treating chronic pain. They have gone through extensive study of Doctor of Physiotherapy followed by further practice in the field.