|Conditions Seen and Treated|
Over the past 28 years of Dr. Mailis Gagnon's career she has seen approximately 20,000 patients suffering from numerous chronic pain conditions, such as:
Neuropathic Pain Disorders
Post-stroke pain syndromes; pain after spinal cord traumas, tumours or other conditions such as tethered cord syndrome, transverse myelitis etc; syringomyelia and Arnold-Chiarri; multiple sclerosis; peripheral neuropathies such as diabetic neuropathy, hereditary neuropathies, neuropathies due to small fiber disease or secondary to chemotherapy for cancer or other conditions, alcohol abuse etc; post-radiation fibrosis; peripheral nerve lesions or injuries due to trauma or surgery (post-thoracotomy pain, post-mastectomy pain, post-cardiac bypass pain etc); brachial plexus injuries; radiculopathies (lesions of spinal roots) with or without associated herniated disc; post-amputation pain syndromes; trigeminal neuralgia; post-herpetic neuralgia; Complex Regional Pain Syndromes (type I or RSD, and type II or causalgia); spinal stenosis, and all other types of neuropathic pain not reported here.
Musculoskeletal Pain Disorders
Myofascial pain syndromes localized or widespread; osteoarthritis and degenerative changes in large joints; other types of arthritis such as inflammatory arthritides associated with intractable pain; rotator cuff disease; mechanical back pain without radiculopathy; sacroiliac joint problems; degenerative disc disease without nerve root compression etc.
Mixed Pain Syndromes
Thoracic outlet syndrome; Failed Back Surgery Syndrome with spinal arachnoiditis or nerve root fibrosis.
Visceral Pain Syndromes
Pelvic and abdominal pains; interstitial cystitis; urogenital and testicular pain etc.
Stress and Tension Related Syndromes
Tension headaches; somatoform pain disorders, other functional pain disorders etc.
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