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.

Read More about Pain Spa

Have a question? Or would like to book in with us?

Get in Touch

Common Conditions
that we Treat Everyday

View All Conditions

Latest from the Blog

shutterstock_174401210
Posted 06 Nov, 2016

Epidural injections effective for managing chronic spinal pain

Properly used, epidural spinal injections are an effective way to manage chronic spinal pain, according to the results of a systematic review of the available literature. Published in Pain Physician (2015;18:E939-E1004), the study’s investigators, including first author and that journal’s editor-in-chief Alan Kaye, MD,...
shutterstock_302700035
Posted 06 Nov, 2016

Evidence supports combination therapy for treating fibromyalgia pain

A study has found a combination of the pain drugs pregabalin and duloxetine to be more effective than monotherapy in relieving fibromyalgia pain. The findings, published in Pain, provide support for combination therapy, which is commonly used in this patient population despite a lack of strong evidence for the practice...
ptsd
Posted 05 Nov, 2016

Stellate ganglion block a potential life saver in severe PTSD

Case reports are mounting of immediate, durable, and significant relief of severe refractory symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to an anesthesiologist who has seen the benefits firsthand. Stellate ganglion blockade (SGB) “seems to significantly improve PTSD symptoms as well as significant...