Dr. Sanjay Sharma (Algologist) is working as Chief Consultant Interventional Pain Physician at JPRC Neura Spine Center & Apex Hospital Jaipur.
Ex. Consult - SMS Medical College and Attached Hospitals (Dept. of Anesthesiology & Pain Management Associate Member - World Institute of Pain (USA), Transworld Society of Pain (USA), Transforaminal Endoscopic Spine Society, Pain Physician of India, SSELD Society of Sacral Endoscopy, Spine and Interventional Pain Society, Visiting Consultant: Apex Hospital
Dr. Lalit Bhardwaj is working as a Consultant Neurosurgeon in Apex Hospital Jaipur. In education, he has done MBBS, MS, MCH (Neurosurgery - PGIMER (Chandigarh), IMISS, Wooridul Hospital (Seoul, South Korea), ESCD Strasbourg (France) and he worked as Associate consultant in Medanta, Gurgaon.
USE Board Certified Pain Medicine Physician
(Interventional Pain Specialist)
Director-Pain Relief Academy, SGR
Vice President - World Institute of Pain
President - Truminim Interventional
Certification in Sports Taping, Manual Therapists.
Special Interest - * CUPPING THERAPY * DRY NEEDLING THERAPIST * IASTM Technique
Fellowship in Pain and Palliative Care from AIIMS Jodhpur
Ex. Senior Resident Doctor AIIMS Jodhpur
Ex. Resident Doctor RRC, SMS Hospital Jaipur
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Chronic pain is the type of pain condition that has gone on for a quarter of a year or more. While some chronic pain conditions are more typical than others and can be from a large number of causes, chronic pain influences in excess of 40 million individuals in the United States alone. Notwithstanding the one that really endures, chronic pain puts weight on the family and colleges of a sufferer.
As the leading cause of physician’s visits and time away from work, back pain affects 7 out of 10 people in the U.S. every year. Causation of back pain varies, but those with chronic back pain often find it debilitating and suffer from limited quality of life.
Everyone will suffer from a headache at least once in their lives, but for those who suffer from chronic headaches, their functionality and quality of life is severely limited. Many headaches are often the result of neck pain, and so it is critical to find a physician who finds the source of your pain. There are many treatment options available for chronic head and neck pain suffers, from injections, chiropractic care, medication management, to the use of technology known as a “pacemaker for pain.”
Injuries to the knee are fairly common, especially among athletes. Meniscus tears are extremely common among professional athletes, as they are required to place extreme force and pressure on their knees as they pivot and move. Hip pain can be caused by arthritis, but can also be due to sciatica or other nerve damage in the back.
One of the most common upper extremity injuries is a torn rotator cuff in the shoulder. Elbow injuries occur among both professional and recreational athletes, and can include tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow. Shoulders, elbows, wrists, and fingers can be affected by rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, and will cause upper extremity pain. Sometimes, pain, numbness, or tingling in the arm may be associated to nerve damage in the back.