Welcome to Pain Spa

Dr Murli Krishna Consultant Pain Medicine

Dr. Krishna and his team are committed to excellence in clinical care through a collaborative approach to patients suffering from chronic pain. At Pain Spa, we embrace an integrative model of care, which is patient-centered and patient-led. We focus on a holistic approach to pain management, encouraging healthy life style changes and promoting overall well-being.

We strive to provide the best possible outcomes, by blending advanced medical knowledge and modern treatment options, with individualized care, offered in a compassionate environment.

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Understanding Chronic Pain

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Added 17 Sep, 2017

Thigh Pain: Meralgia Paresthetica

The patient presented with right thigh pain, mainly affecting the outer aspect up to the knee. The pain had been persistent for at least 6 years now. She described significant sensitivity and burning sensation in the area. Dr. Krishna suspected lateral femoral cutaneous nerve entrapment and diagnosed Meralgia Paresthet...
Added 21 Jul, 2017

Neck Pain and Botox Injections

The patient presented with chronic neck pain of more than 6 years duration. The pain was mainly one sided, with radiation to the shoulder blade. The patient also experienced significant headaches from the neck pain. She was unable to carry on with her job in the retail sector. She was very low in her mood because of th...

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Posted 14 Oct, 2017

When the Last Resort Fails: Failed Back Surgery Syndrome

Las Vegas—Surgery is a last resort in seeking relief for chronic low back pain—the most common cause of disability—but unsuccessful surgery occurs often enough to warrant its own diagnostic code as failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS). The condition was examined in a well-attended session at the recent PAINWeek 2017 ann...
Posted 14 Oct, 2017

FDA Asks, Gets Answers on Reducing Opioid Epidemic

The prevalence and consequences of opioid use disorder can be reduced without preventing patients with pain from receiving necessary opioid analgesics, according to a consensus report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine requested by the FDA. The report, issued July 13, distinguishes its f...
Posted 02 Oct, 2017

The chronic pain that won’t go away: CRPS

CRPS is a rare neurological condition that causes unending agony and misery. But now a special implant offers hope to sufferers. What’s it like to have a pain that just won’t go away? Complex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, causes exactly that, and it’s as hard to diagnose as it is to understand. It can […]