We provide professional support in Pain Management (Algology) Department.
Algology (pain management) is a scientific field that
deals with both chronic pain of all kinds and severe pain of unidentified
Pain is a personal experience and require personalized
treatment approaches. the most appropriate treatment options for patients with
pain after detailed examination by experts is determined. As the Department of
Anadolu Medical Center Algology, we implement all the methods used in the
treatment of chronic pain. Especially with invasive pain management practices;
nerve blocks are made using radio waves, the installation of permanent morphine
pumps or spinal cord cells, waist and neck injections are administered in the
hernia, injection made into the drive, permanent port-pump systems, like many
advanced treatment is claimed is:
At the Algology Department of Anatole Medical Center, we
provide services with our specially-trained team in coordination with other
departments. Chronic pain causing various changes in a patient’s life calls for
cooperation of various branches of medicine. At our department, the most
effective treatments are carried out through treatment protocols created
jointly by various departments.
Various treatment options can be used in pain control.
After a detailed examination, the most important treatment option for the
patient is determined by the pain specialist.
All types of invasive pain treatment methods are applied
at our hospital. These include acupuncture and trigger point injections,
epidural/foramina steroid injections and epidural lysis used in ruptured disks
in the lower back and neck, radiofrequency thermocoagulation which is a method
to desensitize pain-remitting nerves with the help of a special device, neuroleptic
blocks which is a method to desensitize nerves with special drugs in pains
associated with cancer and neuralgia, and nucleoplasty, vertebroplasty and
spinal battery or spinal pumps that are called advanced invasive methods.
Spine (neck, back, lower back-leg) pain
Shoulder – arm pain
Pains associated with vascular occlusion
Pains of neuropathic origin