Palliative Care Service
We Help You Ease The Pain
Living with a chronic illness is not easy. The constant pain can hamper your efforts to have a more normal life. Through our Palliative Care Service, we help ease the pain and get you back on your feet.
What Is Palliative Care?
Palliative care in hospices is a type of medical care focused on relieving the symptoms of an illness. Our team of healthcare professionals will provide the best quality of life for patients and their families. You will get the care that is tailor-made for your specific needs
The Benefits of Palliative Care
Needs-based care program
Each patient has specific needs and wishes. We take all of these into consideration and create a care plan tailored to your desires. This gives you control over the kind of care that you want.
Better Pain and Symptom Control
Chronic pain and symptoms brought by illness can make even ordinary day to day tasks hard. Our team will help reduce the pain and discomfort and allow you to do what you love more.
Patient and Family Support
Patients are not the only ones who find their situations difficult. We help their families understand the care treatment plans so that they can better apply these to help their loved ones.
Emotional and Spiritual Help
Managing illnesses is not just about dealing with physical pain. Amavi is ready to help you deal with the emotional and spiritual aspects to get a more positive outlook for your situation.
Reducing Unnecessary Hospital Visits
Having to travel to the hospital now and then for symptom management can make the experience a lot harder for patients. By having pain management done right at home, you lessen the stress you experience.
Who Can Benefit From Palliative Care?
Palliative care in hospices is available for all patients with serious illnesses. Some of the patients who would need it the most include those who have:
- Kidney diseases
- Alzheimer's diseases
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
Aside from these, patients suffering from the long-term effects of COVID-19 can request palliative care to manage the symptoms.
People undergoing invasive treatments can also use palliative care to lessen the side effects. For instance, those undergoing chemotherapy may experience nausea and vomiting. Through our method, you lessen these symptoms. Those recovering from major surgeries also benefit from this kind of care.
When To Start Receiving Palliative Care In Hospices?
You can start receiving palliative as soon as you have received your diagnosis and started treatment. Starting as early as possible is even more advantageous as our team can help you relieve stresses before they become significant.