What makes Halcyon Difference

HALCYON offers multi-modal, holistic treatment for a wide range of pain conditions, employing the most technologically advanced equipment and innovative techniques.

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Why Choose Halcyon

Our treatments without surgery have helped many regain mobility, and we work with one key goal in mind — to improve the quality of life for patients suffering from chronic pain. Pain is complex, so there are many treatment options — medications, therapies, and mind-body techniques. 
Surgery is also an option, to treat pain, however, we do not suggest it. Halycon’s broad range of services and facilities render us able to help in every aspect of the pain management process, in a seamless and effective manner.
Our Mission

To relieve patients of pain by providing the best non-surgical treatment using the latest interventional techniques at the most affordable cost.

Our Vision

To emerge as the leading name in pain management by providing world-class services, novel effective treatment pathways and personalised care for people to live pain-free lives.


Best staffs
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Transparent Treatment


Covid Safe

The reasons why Halcyon is the perfect match for your needs include.

Most advanced form of PRP. Customisable high concentration of growth factor rich PRP, ultra-pure with no major side effects.

One amongst India’s sought after pain centres that practices dedicated Prolotherapy.

Cutting-edge technology including high definition ultrasound and high-frequency flat panel C-arm & Radiofrequency machines.

Comprehensive evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of pain

Wide range of treatment options – non-surgical, non-invasive & image-guided needle procedures.

Use of latest research and evidence-based techniques for effective pain management.

Multidisciplinary team that includes Pain Specialists, Radiologist, Neurologist, Orthopaedician, Physiotherapist, Psychologist and Rehabilitation expert

For better diagnosis to guide treatment, doctors spend time with patients to gain in-depth understanding of the problem as well as behavioural, occupational, and avocational issues

Meet Our Specialists


Interventional Pain Specialist


Interventional Pain Specialist

Success Stories

I was suffering with severe neck pain since last 6 years, have all types of Physiotherapy and massages and medicines, but no relief then someone suggested Halycon pain Management, I met Pain Specialists here who help me to come out….

I can't begin to express, in words, the amazing experience we had with Halycon pain Management. In short, it was a "God Sent Blessing". My mother, who has a degenerated disc and was in pain for the past few years, suddenly became incapacitated and couldn't get up from the bed. They treated and recover my mother without surgery

I am very thankful to doctors at Halycon Pain Management centre. My back pain has gone which I was fighting since last 5 years.

After Consulting several places with no effects, Halycon pain management made sure that they treated my mother’s delicate pain condition with patience. This is best pain management centre in town.

Best pain management specialist, suffering from knee pain from last 5 years and didn’t want to get a surgery. They treated and recover my knee without surgery with therapy. Very happy with the result.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Pain management is a new super-specialty of modern medicine. Many universities or private institutes have post-graduate pain management courses or fellowships in pain management.
    Pain specialist doctors are specially qualified doctors. After MBBS, they do MD or MS degrees; after that, they do courses or fellowship in pain management to become a pain management specialist.
    Pain management clinics have facilities of modern interventional pain management techniques in their clinic. Mostly, these techniques are nerve blocks, epidurals, joint injections, etc. All these techniques are done under the guidance of images, like ultrasonography, fluoroscopy, etc.
    Nursing staffs have an essential role in pain management. They take an initial history, initial assessment of pain before a pain management doctor finally examines them. Pain management nurses are also specially trained for it.
    Pain management doctors evaluate the type of pain, find the reasons behind it. Then, in some situations like in cancer or post-operative or post-traumatic pain, they work with other specialists. Initially, they use medicines depending on the cause of pain. Then, if medications do not work, the pain management doctor suggests some interventional pain management. These are either some nerve block or some other highly specialized techniques done in minimally invasive ways.
    Interventional pain management is some minimally invasive techniques to reduce pain. These techniques are not simple injections. One can compare these with stents in the heart inserted through needles and catheters. This has minimized open-heart surgeries. These procedures are done by interventional cardiologists, not by surgeons. Same way, in interventional pain management, some catheters, or radiofrequency cannula, or some electrodes are placed at the desired place at the spine or near the nerve to correct pathology or to block pain signals without harming other nearby structures. Interventional pain management can stop or reduce pain without taking pain killer medicines.
    Like every other branch of medicine, there are failures. But the overall success rate of interventional pain management is between 80-99%. The success rate depends on the type of procedures, the experience of the doctor, and the equipment used for the interventional procedures. But the essential aspect of interventional pain management is that it is very safe. Complications are rare compared to surgical counterparts for the same diseases.
    Yes, it is a specialty. In the USA, it is the 34th specialty. In India, Govt recognizes it as a super-specialty. The majority of medical colleges in India have pain management clinics run by the department of anaesthesiology. In addition, some of the Govt and private hospitals have their pain clinics under the anesthesiology department.
    As we mentioned earlier, most pain management doctors come from anaesthesiology. Still, pain management doctors may also come from other branches like neurosurgery, orthopedics, neurology, physiatry, and psychiatry. Therefore, after having MD/MS/MCH from these specialties, they need to take pain management training or pain management fellowship to become a qualified pain management doctor
    Of course, they have to diagnose the condition, and if needed, they may take the help of other specialists. However, without having a proper diagnosis, long-term pain management is not possible.
    Interventional pain management procedures are minimally invasive procedures, and these are not open surgeries. Pain management doctors at times do minimally invasive surgical procedures like endoscopic discectomy to avoid open surgeries and their related complications.