Dr. Amod Manocha, the Best Pain Specialist in Delhi – Removing Pain and Restoring Fulfilled Life

Algiatry is the medicine branch taking the interdisciplinary approach to alleviate pain. In other terms, they are pain medicine, pain control and pain management aimed at reducing physical pain related suffering and improving the life quality of those in chronic pain due to a number of medical conditions and diseases.  This branch of medicine is getting a lot of attention in recent years and the field is developing as more and more pain management experts emerge. One of them is Dr. Amod Manocha, a trained pain management specialist and anesthetist. He is the best pain specialist in Delhi and his 13 years of work experience in the United Kingdom fortifies his repertoire.

Dr. Amod Manocha offers neuropathic pain treatment in Delhi, among others. He had worked as a chronic pain consultant in many hospitals across the United Kingdom. Now, he is a pain specialist in Delhi, working to solve pain-related issues his patients face that make them unable to function at optimum levels. Pain can occur due to a number of causal factors, injuries, diseases, and nutrient deficiency as well as congenital defects. It’s important to establish the causes that trigger pain and Dr. Amod Manocha’s cognizance in this interdisciplinary medicine makes him an outstanding pain specialist doctor in Delhi. With his professional knowledge about pain and the connected medical factors, Dr. Amod Manocha is the best pain specialist in Delhi.

Dr. Amod Manocha is a Senior Consultant and Head of Pain Management Services at Max Multispecialty Hospital, Saket. In the field of pain management, he adheres to globally set standards and is passionate about evidence-based treatments. Pain medicine and pain control are not a one-time visit to the doctor, make the diagnosis and collect the painkillers. It needs recurring meetings and follow-ups. Hence, building a relationship between doctor and patient is indispensable, often, long-term. Dr. Amod Manocha closely adheres to those principles of pain management medicine.

Keeping the patients’ wellbeing and their best interests at heart, Dr. Amod Manocha is dedicated to providing quality healthcare that augments a patient’s life quality.

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Name :  Dr. Amod Manocha

Company Name : Remove My Pain

E-Mail : info@removemypain.com

Phone no : +91-9871874003

State : Delhi

City : Saket

http://www.removemypain.com

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