hello and welcome,
have you got checked your blood-sugar level since the wound healing
is slow in your case.
there is a chance of nerve paralysis
due to improper nerve block
pain resolves promptly once the underlying trauma has healed and is treated by one practitioner with drugs such as analgesics and occasionally anxiolytics.
effective management of long-term pain frequently requires co-ordinated efforts of management team.
medicine treats injury
and pathology to support and speed healing and treats distressing symptoms such as pain to relieve suffering during treatment and healing treatment approaches to long-term pain include pharmacologic measures such as analgesics,tricyclic antidepressants and anticonvulsants,interventional procedures,physical therapy
,physical exercise,application of ice/heat and psychological measures such as biofeedback and cognitive behavioural therapy.