The Direction
"There appears a light on the ocean of sorrow, suffering and pain... ...which brings new hope, Pleasure and comforting gain."

~ Dr.P.S Ajrawat

Pain is a common health problem which afflicts one out of every two to three individuals in the United States and around the world at any given time. Though acute and chronic pain can both be debilitating yet chronic pain  is one of  the major causes of mental and physical disability, commonly misdiagnosed and inappropriately treated

Pain sufferers often live in an enigma, feeling frustrated and depressed and their lives becomes an endless misery.

Do you suffer from agonizing pain?
Do you have sleepless nights?
Are you physically and emotionally distressed?
Are you taking excessive pain medication?
Have you undergone multiple treatments?
Are you physically disabled?
Are you frustrated and angry?
Are you depressed?
Is your life at a standstill because of pain?
Are you financially stressed out?
Are you missing out on life?
Were you ever told that your pain is unreal or all in your head?
Are you an unwilling rider on a never ending Merry-Go-Round in search of pain relief ?

If answer to any of these questions is "YES", it is time for you to reevaluate your pain and suffering. It is time to end the limbo and get the right professional help you have been desperately seeking. In order to manage or get rid of your pain, you need the services of a qualified (Fellowship Trained and Certified) pain specialist who can provide the necessary and appropriate evaluation and treatment of your pain.

"Pain is an unpleasant, emotional and sensory experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage."  - IASP 1979

Pain is not a just a mere perception or a unidimensional entity but a multidimensional  complex problem with many attributes. Acute and Chronic Pain can afflict any person of any age or gender.

The Ajrawat Washington Pain Medicine Center is  a pain center run by physicians qualified (fellowship trained and certified) in the field of Pain Management/Medicine  and committed to providing conservative and state of the art multimodality treatment.

Please take a detailed tour of the site and learn more about evaluation and multimodality treatment of pain. For any questions or appointment please call 301-474-PAIN(7246) or E mail: