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History of Neurosurgery: Harvey Cushing during surgery


Our goal is to improve the quality of life of patients by reducing their pain and increasing their autonomy. "Complete recovery" is often impossible, but we will help you to have less pain or to support your pain better, to walk better, to move better, to tremble less, ideally to live better!

Pain treatment

Multiple chronic pains can benefit from specialized treatment:

  • Back pain (neck pain, back pain, back pain)

  • Headaches (headaches, migraines, Arnold's neuralgia , ...)

  • Phantom pain (amputation, nerve injury ...)

  • Shingles pain

  • Trigeminal neuralgia

  • Pain associated with spasticity

  • Post-traumatic pain (brachial plexus avulsions, ...)

  • Central pain (post-cerebral stroke, ...)

  • And many other conditions

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This concerns the nervous system (brain, spinal cord, nerves) and its envelopes (skull, spine, ...):


The Riviera Pain Center answers calls Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Due to the very heavy workload, all our assistants may be busy when you call and we thank you for calling back in case of no answer.
For emergencies outside of hours, please contact the on-call doctor ( 0848 133 133 ) or the Riviera-Chablais hospital emergency department .

In case of extreme emergency, call 144


Wearing a mask is compulsory for all patients coming to the Riviera Pain Center. Thanks for your help !


We thank patients for also respecting the following rules:


- Do not come to the center in case of suspected viral attack (fever, cough, ...). If in doubt, please call us on 021 923 3848

- Do not come to the center if a person in your immediate circle has symptoms of viral attack

- If you have the impression that your problem can be solved by phone or email, please contact us by this channel ( 021 923 3848 or )

- Please come alone to the center

- Please wash your hands with a hydroalcoholic solution before entering the center

- Please respect the removal instructions (minimum 1 m distance, ideally 2)

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