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Interdisciplinary Pain Center

Special Treatment Fields

The Interdisciplinary Pain Center uses state of the art pain therapy methods such as medication regimens especially tailored to meet the individual patient’s needs, including opioid therapy. Interventional procedures for the temporary or long-lasting blocking of pain in joints or nerves are mainly used for the spinal column region. Neuromodulatory techniques use drugs specifically applied to the cerebrospinal fluid or electrical impulses to impact pain triggering and pain aggravating structures.

In detail, we specialize in the treatment of the following diseases and pain syndromes:

Pain in the whole spinal column and osteoarthrosis / osteoarthritis

- Caused by protruding or slipped intervertebral disks
- Degenerative changes, also osteoporosis
- Residual pain after spinal and intervertebral disk operations
- Pain from rheumatic – (non) inflammatory diseases

Musculoskeletal pain

- Fibromyalgia syndrome and
- chronic widespread pain

Headache and facial pain

- Migraines
- Tension headache
- Headache induced by overmedication
- Cluster headache
- Trigeminal neuralgia / chronic idiopathic facial pain
- Residual pain after surgery in the oral, dental and jaw area,
  after brain and skull operations (also shunt operations)

Pain caused by neuropathy, e.g.

- Herpes zoster neuralgia
- Stump and phantom pain
- Diabetes and other metabolic disorders
- Infections
- Post chemotherapy pain
- Complex regional pain syndrome type I and II, sympathetically
  maintained pain syndromes (formerly Morbus Sudeck and Causalgia)

Central pain, e.g.

- Post stroke
- Post spinal cord injuries

 

Pain with Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

Cancer pain

Visceral pain syndromes e.g. urogenital, inguinal, pelvic (floor) pain

Pain associated with spastic syndromes

Pain associated with depression and anxiety

Interdisciplinary Pain Center

Clinic for Tumor biology
Breisacher Str. 117
D-79106 Freiburg

Medical Director

Dr. med. Kristin Kieselbach

Scientific Director

Prof. Dr. Norbert Suedkamp