Pain Management Market size was valued at USD 38.8 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 64.9 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 7.6% during the forecast period 2022-2028. Pain management caused by the intense damage of the tissue or any other illness. Pain may be the result of injury or different diseases such as diabetic neuropathy, arthritis, osteoarthritis, sclerosis, cancer, fibromyalgia or others. The management of the pain based on the severity and type of the pain. Pain can be classified into two types based on intensity, acute and chronic. Acute pain is sudden onset of the pain whre as chronic pain is persistent, usually due to ageing. There were many pain management solutions available in the market in form of drugs, devices and therapies. The global healthcare system has been influenced by the COVID-19 epidemic. The health officials are working to stop the spread of the coronavirus by enforcing lockdown rules, and most elective and non-urgent surgeries have been postponed around the world. As per the research article published in the Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2020, COVID-19 has a negative impact on pain clinics, including interventional pain management procedures. The Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists also released recommendations on anaesthesia and intensive care techniques.