Added 16 Jan, 2018

Cooled Radiofrequency of the Knee

The patient presented with knee pain of several years duration from osteoarthritis of a severe nature. She was offered knee replacement but wanted to avoid surgery as knee replacement on the other side had previously been unsuccessful. The pain was constant in nature and severely exacerbated by standing and walking. He...
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...
Added 11 Jul, 2017

Low Back Pain and Leg Pain

The patient had been suffering from low back pain and right leg pain of at least 9 months duration. Pain radiated to the outer aspect of his right hip and the lower part of the leg up to the ankle. The pain was exacerbated with standing, sitting, walking, bending and lifting. The patient was unable to carry on with his...
Added 04 Jul, 2017

Chronic Abdominal Wall Pain (ACNES)

The patient had been suffering from abdominal pain for nearly 8 months. The pain was localised to a discrete area in the lower abdomen. The pain was exacerbated by sitting down for too long, bending and excessive physical activity. The patient was largely housebound over the last several months because of the intensity...
Added 30 May, 2017

Whiplash Injury and Botox Treatment

The patient suffered whiplash injury following a road traffic accident, resulting in constant neck pain and headaches. The pain was exacerbated by routine activities and working on the computer. The patient found it difficult to carry on with his job as an electrician.

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Posted 18 Feb, 2018

Could Botox stop teeth grinding? A teeth-clenching study

Botox — formally known as onabotulinum toxin-A — is an injectable drug that can prevent muscles from contracting. The drug is best known for its cosmetic use; it can be delivered to the facial muscles — mainly those between the eyebrows and around the eyes — to temporarily reduce the appearance of frown lines and crow...
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One-off, 10-minute treatment ‘cures’ most lower back pain

A new ‘minimally invasive’ treatment provides long-term relief from crippling back pain, according to new research. The majority of patients in a trial were pain-free after receiving a new image-guided pulsed radiofrequency treatment for lower back pain and sciatica for just 10 minutes. Lower back pain is a...
Posted 18 Feb, 2018

Minimally Invasive Treatment Provides Relief From Back Pain

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