Bengaluru’s IPSC Pain and Spine Hospital Announces Breakthrough Protocol for Chronic Knee Pain Management

Dr. Swati Bhat, the distinguished Director of IPSC Pain and Spine Centre in Bengaluru, introduces the IPSC Protocol. This protocol involves a series of three minimally invasive procedures, performed at two-week intervals. Designed as day-care treatments, these procedures significantly reduce the need for general anesthesia and hospital admission, making them a convenient option for patients.

“Our aim is to provide effective pain relief while reducing the burden on our patients’ everyday lives,” states Dr. Swati Bhat. “We recognize the difficulties faced by individuals with chronic knee pain. Our protocol is meticulously crafted to address these challenges with exceptional care and accuracy.”

Key Benefits of the IPSC Protocol:

  • Significant Pain Reduction: Patients report a 40–60?crease in knee pain.
  • Improved Mobility: Enhanced walking distance and overall mobility are notable outcomes.
  • Non-surgical Approach: An ideal solution for those seeking alternatives to knee replacement surgery.
  • Minimal Intervention: The procedures require no general anesthesia or extended hospital stays.

This pioneering protocol underscores IPSC’s dedication to leading-edge pain management techniques. The IPSC Pain and Spine centre remains committed to patient-focused care, providing cutting-edge treatments for a variety of chronic pain conditions.


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