The Pain Relief Clinic is a medical practice that combines traditional pain management techniques with the latest non-invasive treatment technologies available, to specifically help patients who suffer from both acute and persistent pain.

Using a combination of conventional medicine, as well as new technologies such as INDIBA® activ ProRecovery and Platelet Rich Plasma, we provide effective clinical solutions to pain.

By promoting bone, cartilage and soft tissue repair, we offer a number of non-invasive, safe and drug free options, that are especially effective for patients who still suffer from pain after trying other treatments, or who are not comfortable with the risks and complications of other options.

Conditions that respond well to treatment include:

  • Persistent Neck, Back, Knee, Spine and Hip Pain and Stiffness.
  • Persistent Foot, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, and Hand Pain and Stiffness.
  • Muscle and Ligament Sprains.
  • Sports injuries and Tendonitis.
  • Generalized body aches and pains.
  • Chronic Tiredness and lack of energy.
  • Sleep difficulty and Stress.
  • Headaches and Migraine.
  • Chronic hand and feet numbness.
  • Slipped Disc, Sciatica and Nerve Pain.
  • Arthritis and Osteoarthritis.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Fibromyalgia and Rheumatism.
  • Bunions and Gout.
3 Common Misconceptions about Pain:

  • My pain is persistent. There is no cure. The only options are to depend on painkillers, injections and surgery.
  • I’ve tried rest, physiotherapy and alternative treatments and I’m still in pain. There is no remedy. I must just learn to live with it.
  • For pain due to “wear and tear”, “old age” or degeneration, nothing much can be done, while it gets progressively worse.

The Importance of Treating Pain Effectively:

Acute pain from recent injuries and other diseases can result in time off work, difficulty with participation in sports, and interfere with other normal day activities.

Persistent pain from chronic injuries, wear and tear, nerve pain, and other causes often results in frustration, low energy level, poor sleep (insomnia), irritability, depressed mood, difficulty with concentration and memory, mobility problems and even reduced sexual function.

Relationships with friends and family, work, personal happiness and life in general may also be affected. Pain has even been associated with loss of brain mass.

By properly treating persistent pain, patients will be able to enjoy work, sports, and life in general more effectively.

Sleep will also become more restful, resulting in more energetic days and better moods.

More importantly, pain and its underlying cause must be properly treated to prevent it from getting worse, and deteriorating to the point where surgery and other invasive treatments become necessary.