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Some patients with Failed back surgery, CRPS, Post herpetic neuralgia may have intractable pain which is not responding to many routine and advanced treatment. These patients may require spinal cord stimulation therapy (SCS) for controlling their pain. (Cick here for details of SCS)

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If you suffer from chronic pain, help is at hand. Smitha Verma writes that super-speciality pain clinics have come up in the country offering a raft of advanced pain-relief solutions

Relieving pain is a multi-disciplinary endeavour. Better management of pain is far more than simple administration of an adequate opioid or a nerve block done in a jiffy. It entails regulatory reform, humane care of the sufferer, and importantly championing evidence-based practices. It is clear that we are not consistently meeting the challenge of optimal pain management for a variety of reasons, including lack of knowledge. The Indian Society for Study of Pain’s (ISSP) annual scientific meeting takes place at Mumbai in February 2014. In the previous years the well attended workshops and panel discussions were testament to the high quality discussions carried out in an Indian context. The crew at Traveling Pain School have been an integral part of it in the past. This year too we will be at Mumbai. We caught up briefly with Dr. Kailash Kothari, Organizing Secretary of ISSPCON 2014.

This is one of very exciting and original research article recently published in LANCET. I am sure this will be game changing in future management of SCI patients.

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