Our institute may receive patients with:

Acute pain
Chronic pain

Acute Pain

  • It is thus defined when it arrives sharply.
  • It has a specific cause.
  • It lasts under 30 days.
  • It does not cause considerable socioeconomic alteration for the patient.

The illnesses which most frequently cause a clinical situation of such characteristics are:

  • Cervical pain that radiates or does not radiate to the arm.
  • Lumbar pain.
  • Sciatica.
  • Renal colic’s.
  • Refractory chest pain.
  • Headache / Migraine.
  • Herpes.
  • Toothache (Dentistry).
  • Pain caused by out-patient surgery.
  • Post-operatory pain.

In the section on post-operatory pain, we would say that normally the interventions that in principle might seem more common or look simple are those in which the patient suffers most, for example:

  • Breast reconstructions.
  • Haemorrhoid surgery.
  • Fistulae.
  • Hernia repair.

Chronic Pain

  • It appears progressively.
  • It may or may not have a specific cause.
  • It lasts in time once the theoretical cause has been removed. Our institute has received many patients in which pain had lasted for over five years.
  • Chronic pain causes socioeconomic alternations and family and psychic repercussions on the patients.

The illnesses which most frequently cause a situation of chronic pain are:


Facial Neuralgia

Pain in the Cervical Territory
Vertigo of Cervical cause
Pain by Scoliosis
Pain due to crushing of the vertebral body

Patients in Rehabilitation

Medullar lesions
Sclerosis on plates
Cerebral Dystonia

Vascular illnesses
Diabetic Neuropathy
Refractory Chest Pain
Treatment of ulcers in the limbs
Brain Circulation disorders

Rheumatic patients
Knee pain

Post-traumatic pain
Sympaticoreflex dystrophy

Neuralgic lesions
Lesions of the plexus
Lesions of the peripheral nerves

Neuralgia by Herpes
Immune illnesses

Sports injuries

Patients with expansive type illnesses

Pain in Methods and Diagnoses
Bone marrow biopsies
CAT/Magnetic Resonance

Palliative medicine

Chronic fatigue