India’s Most Advanced Non-Surgical Pain Treatment Centre
We are a chain of specialized medical centres dedicated to minimally invasive treatment of chronic pain. Trusted by over 60,000 patients, we are the pioneers in providing non-surgical pain treatment services in India. Treatment for all major chronic pain conditions like back pain, slipped disc, sciatic pain, knee pain, joint pains, arthritis, neuralgic pain, headaches and migraines is provided at our centres.
5 fully equipped state-of-the-art facilities
We have a complete spectrum of latest pain management technology. At each centre, the operation theatre is fully equipped with the most advanced fluoroscopy machines, ozone machines, radiofrequency generators and Platelet-Rich Plasma machines.
Our five centres are located at:
South Delhi – Safdarjung Enclave
West Delhi – Rajouri Garden
East Delhi – Preet Vihar
Gurgaon – Golf Course Road
Gurgaon II – Old Railway Road
Utilizing the latest and most advanced pain treatment modalities
Pain management is a complex and ever-changing specialty where new modalities are developed and tested out continuous. We make sure to use the latest and most advanced clinically-proven pain management techniques to treat your pain without surgery. We employ the most advanced modalities available globally like ozone discectomy, radiofrequency lesioning, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, spinal cord stimulator implant, intrathecal pump implant and vertebroplasty.
Training Doctors from across the world
In addition to our clinical services, we have also trained more than 800 physicians through our Pain Management Fellowships , which we conduct in association with Aesculap Academy, Germany.
Engaging with the larger community
Our doctors regularly interact with neighbourhood residents, community club members and corporates through workshops, talks and free consultation camps. These are aimed at increasing public awareness about pain management and non-surgical options available to those dealing with chronic pain
Dr. (Prof) G.P.Dureja
MBBS, MD, FIASP (USA)
Prof. Dureja is considered as the pioneer of Pain Management in India. He started Pain Management Services at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in 1986 and developed them to the highest international standards. He served for more than 20 years at AIIMS, till 2005, when he set up Delhi Pain Management Centre.
Dr.Dureja is a Fellow from the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), India and an active member of World Institute of Pain (WIP) and Indian Society for the study of Pain (ISSP). He has been invited to several international conferences over the past two decades. He has also authored 6 books and 240 papers on the subject.
MBBS, DA, DNB, FIPM (Germany)
Dr.Dhruv Bibra is a young and dynamic pain specialist with 10 years of experience in pain managementand a special interest in non-surgical interventions for disc diseases, joint pain, neuropathic pain, and cancer pains. Dr.Bibra completed his Fellowship in Pain Management from Aesculap Academy, Germany.
Dr.Bibra has several publications in his name and has been invited speaker at the World Congress of Pain 2014 in Argentina, and World Congress of Pain 2016 in Japan.
MBBS, DNB, FIPM (Germany)
Dr Gaurav Chanana has completed his postgraduation in Anaesthesiology and worked in various capacities at prestigious institution like All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Guru Gobind Singh Government Hospital. Thereafter, he completed his Fellowship in Pain Management (FPM).
Dr.Chanana’s areas of specialisation include spine care, joint pain management, cancer pain management and palliative care.
MBBS, DNB, FRA, FIPM (Germany)
Dr. Siddharth is a young, dedicated and trusted pain physician with an experience of four years in pain management.He has completed his post graduation from the renowned Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore. This dynamic enthusiast who holds multiple fellowships including pain management and ultrasound guided nerve blocks from the very famous Ganga hospital, Coimbatore is equally interested in management of slipped disc, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis.
MBBS, DA, PGDHM, FIPM (Germany)
Dr. Vikas Tyagi is working as Pain consultant at Delhi pain Mangement Centre. He completed his postgraduation from Sion hospital, Mumbai and then worked at Govind Ballabh Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, New Delhi. His areas of interests include Fibromyalgia, arthritic pain management, knee pain and chronic back pain.
MBBS, MD, PDCC, FIPM (Germany)
Highly motivated and driven, Dr Swarnima Vardhan is a competent pain specialist and proficient academician. Always being top of her class, she has been a consistent gold medalist throughtout her professional career. Receiving her post-graduate degree in MD Anaesthesiology from prestigious Army Hospital, Research and Referral, Delhi, she further gained experience by working at Maulana Azad Medical College. Subsequently she completed post-doctoral fellowship in pain from renowned Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi. Advancing her career in pain management, she completed fellowship in pain management from Aesculap Academy, Germany.
Dr Vardhan is committed to her cause of improving patient care and is a life-long fellow at Indian Society for Study of Pain (ISSP), RSACP and ISA. Her specialities include spine pain, joint pain and neuropathic pain.
The Times of India
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