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Pain that is ongoing even after the illness or injury has gone away or healed and lasts longer than six months is called chronic pain.

Meet Our Team Of Chronic Pain Psychiatrists

Neha S. Cadabam - Psychologist

Neha Cadabam

M.A M.Phil in Clinical Psychology
Jyothilakshmi V - Good Female Counsellor

Jyothilakshmi V

MA Psychology, BA Psychology
Suhita Saha - Consultant Psychologist

Niki Das

M.A. M.Phil in Clinical Psychology


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Chronic Pain

Symptoms for Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can be experienced as –

  • Stiffness,
  • Stinging,
  • Aching,
  • Burning,
  • Shooting,
  • Throbbing,
  • Squeezing.

Types of Chronic Pain

Common types include –

  • Back pain,
  • Arthritis or joint pain,
  • Cancer pain near a tumour,
  • Muscle pain (e.g. fibromyalgia),
  • Headaches such as migraines,
  • Neck pain,
  • Testicular pain (orchialgia).

Causes for Chronic Pain

There can be various causes such as –

  • Long-lasting illnesses such as cancer or arthritis,
  • Injuries and diseases that changes the body,
  • Psychological factors such as depression, stress, or anxiety.

Treatment for Chronic Pain

Medications and psychotherapy are effective treatment options for chronic pain.
If you or your loved one is suffering from chronic pain, help is available. Cadabam’s offers treatment for chronic pain in Hyderabad. We have psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, counsellors, and physiotherapists. Reach out to us on our helpline number 9741476476.


How can psychotherapy help with chronic pain?

A psychotherapist can help you change the way you think about your pain, which can alter the way your brain processes pain.

Are medications effective?

Medications can help reduce the intensity of chronic pain.

How does a physiotherapist help with chronic pain?

A physiotherapist can help provide corrective exercises, posture awareness, relieve spasms and tension, joint mobilisations, as well as recommendations that help you overcome pain in day-to-day activities.

What are the most common types of chronic pain?

Chronic back pain, chronic nerve pain, chronic headaches, and chronic joint pain are the most common types.

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