We aim to provide the best solution for your pain.

Combat the pain you may face before and after a surgery. Our pain medicine specialists are here to understand your predicament and consult you on the best options to deal with your pain.

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Why choose FITTO for Pain Medicine

Dealing with pain is a problem most face post and pre surgery. It can cause even more difficulties when you are already going through the worst. This is why our team at FITTO makes sure that they can assist you with the correct medicines for relief. Our team of experts focus on evaluating, diagnosing and treating pain so that each patient is able to find a solution that works best for them. Our team has been dealing with patients going through different circumstances and we make sure that they can depend on us. If you are looking to get the relief you need and combat pain during the period of surgery get in touch with our doctors through the FITTO app or on our website. Simply register and our team will make sure you are taken care of.

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FAQ - Pain Medicine

  • Are Painkillers addictive?
    Painkillers refer to a broad spectrum of medications which are used for pain-relief. While some are simple over-the-counter medicines which are not too addictive, care must be taken when a patient is on stronger Pain Killers (e.g. Tramadol) since these can cause dependancy and hence addiction.
  • Do Painkillers have any serious side effects?

    Most Painkillers have side effects ranging from Gastritis to addiction. Different types of Painkillers have different adverse reactions, so you must consult your physician before taking any analgesics.

  • Can I take Painkillers if I am undergoing some other regular treatment?

    Some Painkillers may interact with your ongoing medications, so it is compulsory to give your Doctor a complete list of all the medicines you are taking before you are prescribed any painkillers.