It is because of such reasons that an important role is played by a patient within the process of PCA control. The analysis demonstrated that nursing is primarily associated with the more holistic approach, whereas medical practices involve both the derogatory and complimentary ways. Although there is difference in the practices of nursing and medical, each of these has been found to be beneficial within the concerned scenario (Elkins et al 2011). Where nursing practices was primarily used for the psychological treatment, medical practices were more associated with both the psychological and physical treatment of the concerned patient. It is evident that the adequate integration of each of these practices will help the patient to manage the pain and continue with the daily practices. Considering the severity of the pain, the patient was more offered with medical practices. Other than this, the combination of pharmacological and non – pharmacological intervention was used. Each of the intervention plan adopted for the management of plan was adopted only after the consideration of psychological, social, cultural, spiritual, ethical and legal aspects of pain management (Debono et al, 2013). The patient was underwent a counselling session and a series of medical tests so as to gain a better understanding of his psychological condition. Within the counselling session and with the help of interaction with the family of patient, information was gathered on the spiritual, cultural and social beliefs of the patient (Cleeland 2009). Other than this, the government and organization’s ethical and legal policies and provisions were adequately incorporated to come up with an ethical and legal intervention plan for the management of pain.