Pain conditions

Nerve pain and neuropathic conditions

Pain arising from damage or disease to nerve tissues.

Nerve pain, also referred to as neuropathic pain, includes a range of pain conditions involving damage, compression or disease to your nerve tissues. It can often also have secondary effects on the immune system, triggering an inflammatory response that enables pain to persist long term.

Treating nerve pain requires that we address both the primary nerve damage and secondary immune activation in parallel.

Our treatment approach

Solving nerve pain generally involves a combination of targeted medical and lifestyle interventions, including low-risk medications, targeted nutraceuticals, nutritional support and physical therapy.

If you've undergone frontline treatments with limited success, you may also consider a pain procedure. Nerve pain procedures are highly specialised and minimally invasive – very different to typical invasive surgeries.

Nerve pain conditions

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Sciatica
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Carpel tunnel syndrome
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Peripheral neuropathy
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Spinal nerve pain (radicular pain)
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Occipital neuralgia
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Supra-orbital neuralgia
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Post-herpatic neuralgia
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And more....

Therapies & interventions

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Comprehensive diagnostics
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Pain coaching
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Pain medication management
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Sleep support and sleep medication management
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Anti-inflammatory nutrition & gut health protocols
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Specialised pain physiotherapy
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Neuroplasticity-based therapies
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Graded motor imagery
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Ergonomic equipment support
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And much more....

Nerve pain procedures

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Pulsed radiofrequency neurotomies
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Percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
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Neuromodulation device implants
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Anaesthetic injections

Please note, we do not perform invasive, high-risk surgeries, nor will we offer procedures without first trialling other options.

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Whether persistent or episodic, moderate or severe — you don't have to settle for a life with pain. Together, we can redefine your future. So let's do it.

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