Don't settle for invasive, risky surgeries based on outdated science.
When applied ethically and appropriately, minimally-invasive pain procedures can offer a lower risk alternative for those seeking a high-impact intervention for structurally-driven pain.
Opt for less risk, a shorter recovery and strong ethics.
At Painless, we have strong values surrounding the ethical use of pain procedures.
You can rest assured, we take every proactive step to ensure no patient ever undergoes an unnecessary procedure or develops post-operative opioid dependence.
Spinal pain procedures.
Pain driven by the spinal nerves, discs, facet joints or associated soft tissues.
Joint pain procedures.
Pain driven by damage or degeneration of a joint and it's associated soft tissues.
Regional pain procedures.
Pain arising from complex conditions, like CRPS, neuropathy or migraines.
Procedures are best (and at Painless, only) employed for people with "specific" — or "structurally-driven" — pain when front line therapies have achieve limited success.
"Having collectively supported thousands of people in pain — and observed the stark contrasts between differing approaches and protocols — we've established rigorous systems to ensure no patient is ever recommended an unnecessary procedure, nor left without comprehensive supportive care in conjunction with their procedure."
— Stephanie Davies, Pain specialist, anaesthetist and proceduralist
— Ravi Agrawal, Pain specialist, anaesthetist and proceduralist
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