MBBS, Diploma in Anesthesiology
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Dr. Madhujeet Gupta is a renowned anesthesiologist and pain management consultant, successfully running the Centre for Interventional Pain Management at PSRI Hospital, New Delhi. He is well qualified in pain medicine with qualifications as MBBS, DA. He holds Fellowship In Pain Medicine (FIPM) conducted by Aesculap Academy of Germany. He also went to Hungary to receive his Fellowship in Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP) certified by the World Institute of Pain, USA. Dr. Gupta is also a member of the Indian Society for Study of Pain & World Institute of Pain, and is an invited faculty at many national and international pain conferences & workshops. He has been contributing towards improving the overall health and wellbeing of the patients with chronic pain for the past many years successfully.
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I visited Dr Madhujeet with a lot of pain in my back. And when he examined me he doubted that there is a problem in my lower back and asked for MRI, and other tests to be done . And on getting it was diagnosed that my disc is showing degenarating effects. Then with his treatment I am better now.
Dr Madhujeet Gupta is an expert in his field which we have experienced in my case where several other Doctors weren't able to help relieve my pain, and incase of my mother as well wherein remotely just with the symptoms he was able to guide us to help relieve severe pain my mother was facing on the day of Holi when no other Doctor was available and we were absolutely helpless. Above all, we consider him to be a superior human being basis the way he dealt with us everytime and deals with his patients, an absolute recomendation anyday.
I consulted Dr. Madhujeet Gupta for my lower back pain. I found him to be very friendly and approachable. I had dozens of questions and he answered them all. He is an excellent doctor and I would highly recommend him.
Q: How does a spine and pain specialist treat pain?
A: A spine and pain specialist will first diagnose the underlying condition on the basis of medical history, signs/symptoms, physical examination and tests. Then he will treat pain by prescribing medications as well as performing surgeries depending upon the nature of underlying condition.
Q: Is the spine specialist same as orthopaedic surgeon?
A: Spine speciality is a superspeciality for an orthopaedic surgeon. Thus, most of the spine specialists are the orthopaedic surgeons who do fellowships further in spine speciality.
Q: Can a spine and pain specialist treat sciatica pain?
A: Yes, a spine and pain specialist can treat sciatica pain by steroid injections around the involved nerve root, and with surgeries like laminectomy and diskectomy.
Q: What happens on my first visit to the spine and pain specialist?
A: On your first visit to the spine and pain specialist, he will first ask for your medical history and signs and symptoms. Then he will perform physical examination and ask for certain tests, procedures for the diagnosis of the condition. After the diagnosis, depending upon the underlying condition he will treat the condition by medicines, exercises and surgery.
Q: Can I see a spine specialist for backache?
A: Yes, you can see a spine specialist for backache as it can be due to some underlying spine disorder which will be appropriately diagnosed and treated by a spine specialist.