MBBS, MD - Anaesthesiology
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Dr. Vishal Gunjal is an Interventional Spine & Pain Specialist working in Nashik Pain Care Centre. He is a master in his field & treated many patients of Spine & Neuropathic pain. He his master in many intervention techniques like Nerve root blocks, Radiofrequency procedures, Ozone therapy, Laser therapy, Stem Cell therapy & much more. He has brought much-advanced technology & instrument to Nashik Pain Care Centre & successfully treated many patients & made their life Pain.
Aher Nursing home, Old Pandit colony, Near Deogaonkar Hospital, Gangapur Road, Nashik 4222002, Landmark: Infront Of KTHM college, Nashik
Mon - Sat
01:00 - 04:00
06:00 - 08:00
We require suggestion of Dr. Visual gunjal. My mother is facing spin problem. One spin operation had been done. But she has not been cured . So we want some guidance from Dr. Gunjal.
Q: When should I see a spine and pain specialist?
A: You may see a spine and pain specialist in the following conditions: ·Severe pain ·Unable to do normal activities ·Unable to play any game ·Numbness or swelling ·Loss of bowel and bladder control ·Deformity
Q: How does a spine and pain specialist treat pain?
A: The spine and pain specialist makes an accurate diagnosis of your condition using scans and imaging techniques. The following treatment options are available: ·Medications to control pain and inflammation ·Surgery ·Modification of activities ·Physical therapy for rehabilitation
Q: What education is needed to become a spine and pain specialist?
A: You need to complete an MBBS degree program of five and a half years.After this, you can complete masters in surgery (MS) in orthopaedics, or DNB (ortho) which is a three-year course or doctor of orthopaedics, a two years course. To become a specialist in spine and pain management, you need to attend a special course.
Q: Is the spine specialist same as orthopaedic surgeon?
A: An orthopaedic surgeon practices surgery of various bones and joints. He or she may specialize as a spine surgeon. A spine specialist specializes in surgical and non-surgical spine care and research. Both are not the same.
Q: Does a spine and pain specialist perform surgery?
A: A spine and pain specialist who also has a postgraduate degree in surgery or is also an interventional pain specialist can perform surgery to relieve the pain and to rectify the problems in the spine. A spine specialist can perform both surgical and non surgical procedures to take care of pain and spine problems.