Biography of Dr. Mohammadreza kazemi
Dr. Mohammadreza kazemi
Date of birth: 1971
Entrance to Iran University of Medical Sciences ,Medical school in 1990
Graduate as specialist in anesthesiology ,Shiraz University of Medical ,Medical school 2009
Postgraduate and subspecialist in Interventional pain practice , Iran University of Medical Sciences, Medical school in 2015
Member of the International Association for the Study of Pain IASP
Member of the International Neuromodulation Society INS
Member of Iranian society of regional anesthesia and pai medicine ISRAPM
Member of SPMC Spine, Endoscopy & Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
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Pain is a blessing from God so that you know you have a disease and you should think about treatment.
The discussion of cell therapy started from the time of organ transplantation, and after that researchers were trying to use this method in other medical fields as well. Therefore, this field is new and is being completed day by day. There are different types of cell therapy, including stem cells, PRP, prolotherapy, etc. The basis of all of them is tissue repair by growth stimulants. Read more information in the cell therapy link.
Non-invasive treatments, as their name suggests, are a set of methods that can reduce or treat patients' problems without any intervention in the body to improve the quality of activity and daily life. These treatments include passive and active treatments. Passive treatments include high-power lasers, magnets, electrical stimulation, manual therapy (manipulation), myofascial release, ultrasound, and prescribing ice therapy or heat therapy. Exercise therapy exercises, exercising with special equipment or water therapy are included in active treatments. More information about non-invasive treatments
Interventional, less invasive or international procedures all have the same meaning and its characteristic is that it is done without surgical incision, bleeding and anesthesia, and it has been used in the world for almost 30 years to treat chronic pain. In Iran, the treatment and training of this method has been started since 2005, and many patients who were previously sent abroad are being treated inside the country. The field of diagnosis, control and treatment of chronic pains has been found. Learn more about less invasive treatments