Other Pain



At Regenesis Clinic, we recognize the diverse array of conditions that can cause discomfort and limit the quality of life for our patients. We offer a comprehensive range of other pain relieving therapies, both in isolation and as part of combination treatments, tailored to address specific needs and optimize outcomes.

Occipital nerve block is a specialized procedure used to alleviate headache secondary to occipital entrapment and cervicogenic headache. By targeting the occipital nerves responsible for transmitting pain signals, this therapy provides effective relief and improves overall comfort.

For patients experiencing shoulder pain, suprascapular and axillary nerve blocks offer targeted relief by numbing the nerves responsible for transmitting pain signals from the shoulder region. This approach effectively reduces pain and enhances mobility, restoring function to the affected area.

Neck trigger point injections are utilized to address myofascial neck pain by targeting specific trigger points within the neck muscles. This therapy helps alleviate muscle tension and discomfort, promoting relaxation and improved range of motion.

Other Pain Management Modalities

Shoulder hydrodilatation is an advanced technique used to treat frozen shoulder by injecting a saline solution into the shoulder joint, thereby stretching the capsule and reducing stiffness. This procedure is highly effective in restoring shoulder mobility and alleviating pain associated with frozen shoulder.

Botox injections have proven efficacy in managing migraines by blocking the release of neurotransmitters involved in pain signaling. This treatment offers long-lasting relief from migraine symptoms, improving quality of life for individuals affected by this debilitating condition.

Dry needling is a specialized technique used to alleviate pain associated with plantar fasciitis and tennis elbow by targeting trigger points within the affected muscles. This therapy promotes muscle relaxation and reduces inflammation, resulting in improved comfort and function.

Hydrodissection of the lateral cutaneous nerve of the thigh is utilized to treat meralgia paresthetica by separating the nerve from surrounding structures, thereby alleviating compression and associated symptoms such as numbness and tingling.

Pudendal nerve blocks offer effective relief for scrotal and perineal pain by targeting the pudendal nerve responsible for transmitting pain signals from the pelvic region. This therapy helps alleviate discomfort and improves overall quality of life for affected individuals.

Stellate ganglion blocks are used to manage conditions such as parosmia, PTSD, and hyperhidrosis by blocking sympathetic nerve activity in the stellate ganglion region. This procedure effectively reduces symptoms and improves overall well-being for patients experiencing these challenging conditions.
At Regenesis Clinic, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive care tailored to the unique needs of each patient. Whether utilized in isolation or as part of combination therapy, these specialized treatments offer effective relief and improved quality of life for individuals affected by a variety of conditions

Conditions treated with Other pain modalities

Nerve pain

Low back pain

Cervical neck pain

Complex pain syndromes

Benefits of other pain management modalities

In addition to traditional treatments, various pain management modalities in musculoskeletal and orthopedics offer distinct benefits for patients seeking relief from pain and improved function. These modalities often provide complementary or alternative options for patients who may not respond well to conventional treatments or prefer non-pharmacological approaches. With their focus on holistic healing and personalized care, these pain management modalities play a vital role in improving the quality of life for individuals with musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions.

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