What conditions should be seen in a pain department

  What pain conditions should I see a pain department for?  1. Neck, shoulder, lumbar and leg pains for which surgery is not a priority subjectively, certain cervical spondylosis, frozen shoulder, spinal stenosis, lumbar intervertebral disc herniation, osteoarthritis of the knee, myofascial pain syndrome and osteoporosis without surgical indications.  2.Pain with unclear cause of pain. Many patients, after a long time of examination, can not find out the cause of pain, such patients can go to the pain department for treatment.  3, some chronic non-suppurative arthritis caused by the pain. Such as rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, gout.  4, neurogenic pain. That is, pain caused by primary lesions or dysfunction of the nervous system, such as central neuralgia, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, posterior occipital neuralgia caused by cervical spondylosis, Meniere’s syndrome, cervicogenic vertigo, can choose to consult the pain department.  5.Pain without special treatment method. Such as herpes zoster pain or post-herpetic neuralgia, post-amputation phantom limb pain, can go to the pain department for consultation and treatment.  6.Cancer pain. The pain that still exists in the meantime of anti-cancer treatment or after the completion of anti-cancer treatment needs to be treated with special analgesic measures by the pain department.

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