Dr Chinmoy Roy MD, FIPP: Chief consultant pain physician, trained in rheumatology
Dr Debjyoti Dutta MD, FIPP, FIPM, FIAPM: Consultant pain physician
Dr. Subhra DasMistry MBBS, FIPM: Consultant pain physician
Dr. Sayan Manna MD, FIAPM: Consultant pain physician
Dr. Ayananshu Nayak MRCPsych, CCT(Psych): Consultant pain psychiatrist
Dr. Dipak Roy MD, CCT(Rheumatology): Consultant rheumatologist
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Pain Management?
Pain management is a new super-specialty of modern medicine. Many universities or private institutes have post-graduate pain management courses or fellowships in pain management.
What is a pain management specialist or specialty?
Pain management specialist doctors are specially qualified doctors. After MBBS, they do MD or MS degrees; after that, they do courses on pain management to become a pain management specialist.
What do pain management clinics do?
Pain management clinics have facilities of modern interventional pain management techniques in their clinic. Mostly these techniques are nerve blocks, epidurals, joint injections all under the guidance of images like ultrasonography, fluoroscopy etc.
Common Painful Conditions
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The median nerve is compressed and IT causes weakness, numbness, and tingling in the hands and fingers…this is known as carpal tunnel syndrome.
Trigeminal Neuralgia is known to cause the most severe pain in the face. It is electric shock-like lancinating pain lasting for few minutes.
When the jell from the disc leaks, it may produce pressure in the spinal cord or nerve roots, causing neck pain or low back pain that goes to the hands or legs.