Treatments & Services
Jiahui's multidisciplinary team combines the skills of pain specialist, TCM doctor, ultrasound specialist, physical therapist, and psychologist to conduct diagnostic exams, review your medical history and treatment objectives, and create a customized treatment plan to keep you from acute and chronic pain problems.
Pain is a body signal that something's wrong and needs attention. We all suffer from common aches and pains, and many people doesn't pay attention to it and try to endure it. However, suffering from pain does not have to be the norm of life. When the pain impacts our daily routines such as sleeping, eating, working, and socializing with others, causing further stress, depression or anxiety that affect the quality of life, we should go for doctor's help.
Common diagnosis of pain that our patients have received include: trigeminal neuralgia, pain from shingles, migraine, sciatica, chronic low back pain, neck pain, frozen shoulder, knee arthritis, tenosynovitis, muscle and joint pain caused by sports injury.
Jiahui's multidisciplinary team combines the skills of pain specialist, TCM doctor, ultrasound specialist, physical therapist, and psychologist, to conduct diagnostic exams, review your medical history and treatment objectives, and create a customized treatment plan to keep you from acute and chronic pain problems. Services include diagnostic evaluation and treatment. Available treatments include pharmacotherapy, physical therapy, acupuncture, injections and nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation, and if necessary, psychological interventions. Our pain specialists are specialized in ultrasound-guided interventions, providing radiation-free, safe and accurate solutions with less complications comparing to traditional interventions.
Guidance for clinical visit
If you experience below symptoms, please go to relevant specialties first: acute pain such as abdominal pain, chest pain, acute phase of sports injuries, fractures, or headache with unknown causes.
We ask that you bring any medical records, imaging on CDs, consultation notes and notes on previous treatments and their effectiveness, together with your current medication details. We use these information at your initial visit to get a complete picture of your overall condition in order to develop an appropriate pain management plan. Try to recall and describe below questions as much as possible to help doctor understand your situation better.
• How intense is the pain?
• How does the pain feel? Is it sharp pain or dull pain, continuous pain or paroxysmal pain, do you feel numb? Is it radiating ache like getting electric shock?
• Where is the pain?
• What, if anything, makes the pain worsen or relieved?
• When did the pain start?