Cancer and its treatment often cause side effects. Relieving a person’s symptoms and side effects is an important part of cancer care. This approach is called symptom management, supportive care, or palliative care. Palliative care is any treatment that focuses on reducing symptoms, improving quality of life, and supporting patients and their families. Any person, regardless of age or type and stage of cancer, may receive palliative care.
Pain troubles over half of patients with advanced cancer. Approximately 30% of patients with advanced cancer will not get severe pain, 80% of those who do can achieve good pain relief by the systematic use of oral analgesia, appropriate adjuvant therapies and multi-faceted supportive strategies. These treatments can be taken along with all other ongoing cancer treatments. Radio frequency Ablation, Neurolysis, Cementoplasy, PRF Ablation are some of the examples of MIPI. State-of-the-art Pain Relief Implants are also there to cover some of the ‘very difficult to treat’ painful
conditions. Our specialist is one of the very few ‘Spine & Pain Specialists’ in India, who is specially trained and thoroughly experienced to treat pain and has been helping hundreds of patients to live a pain free life for the past many years. Comprehensive pain assessment and management are foundational
goals within the scope of palliative care at Action Cancer Hospital. Palliative care and pain management often includes medication, nutritional support, relaxation techniques, spiritual support, emotional support, and other therapies.