Clinical work

Pain Management Service offers individualised care for people with musculoskeletal, neuropathic, chronic or cancer-related pain. Our team provides a comprehensive approach to diagnosing, treating and relieving pain through a combination of minimally invasive interventional, pharmacological, and rehabilitative approaches. We work together to offer treatment plans tailored to each individual patient’s needs with the aim of reducing or eliminating pain and enabling patients to achieve the highest possible level of function.



There are 200+ different medications that are used for the treatment of different pain conditions. Usually, your neurologist, GP or surgeon have already initiated pharmacotherapy in order to help with your symptoms. At first appointment your medications will be optimised in order to provide you with optimal analgesic regime and minimise any potential side-effects.

Interventions and day-case procedures

I offer a comprehensive range of interventions guided by the state-of-the art computer tomography, ultrasound or X-Ray imaging.

Conditions commonly referred to me:

Musculoskeletal Pain

Soft tissue (sports) injuries – upper/lower limb, trunk
Chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain (primary and secondary to other injuries)
Chronic pain following surgery (including post mastectomy pain)
Neck pain
Back pain
Knee pain including chronic postoperative pain and denervation
Shoulder pain
Hip pain including denervation approaches
Prolapsed/bulging discs
Sacroiliac joint disorders
Trochanteric bursitis
Spinal stenosis
Facet joint syndrome
Failed back surgery syndrome
Plantar fasciitis
Chronic abdominal pain
Peripheral vascular disease
Sports and exercise related injuries
Persistent pain after surgery
Poorly controlled acute pain

Pelvic pain (male and female)

Prostate pain
Testicular pain
Bladder pain syndromes
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Medical management of endomentriosis and related disorders
Chronic pelvic pain
Pudendal neuralgia
Obturator nerve injury post sling insertion

Cancer pain

Chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy

Neuropathic Pain

Orofacial pain
Trigeminal neuralgia
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Chronic pain related to neurological and neurodegenerative disorders
Central pain syndrome
Phantom limb pain
Post herpetic neuralgia
Peripheral / polyneuropathy
Meralgia paraesthetica and other nerve entrapment syndromes
Interventional management of primary and some forms of secondary headache (e.g. postdural puncture, occipital neuralgia, cervicogenic headache, trigeminal neuralgia)
Personalised Pain Medicine tailored to suit your genetic makeup and preferences
Second opinion in complex cases
Rare / unexplained / inherited pain conditions