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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Bala Veemarajan at Spire include:
I am a Consultant in Pain Medicine with experience of more than 10 years. As a Clinical lead for pain management in the NHS hospital, I have been instrumental in developing the interventional and multidisciplinary pain service.
I have experience in treating a wide range of pain conditions and my main areas of interest are low back pain, sciatica, neck pain, musculoskeletal pain and complex regional pain syndrome.
I am proficient in interventional techniques including spinal injections like epidurals, facet joint injections, diagnostic nerve blocks, radiofrequency denervation. I completed my postgraduate anaesthesia and pain management training at Nottingham University Hospitals.
I was awarded FRCA and FFPMRCA (Pain) qualifications by the Royal College of Anaesthetists and Faculty of Pain Medicine in London. In addition, I underwent advanced training in Pain management before being appointed as a consultant. My special interests are interventional pain management, orthopaedic/trauma and regional anaesthesia.
Special Clinical Interests: • Cervicogenic Headaches • Coccydynia • Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) • Myofascial pain • Neuropathic pain • Neuropathic pain • Pudendal neuralgia • Sacroiliac pain • Shoulder pain • Spinal pain such as low back pain, neck pain, sciatica
MBBS / Dr M.G.R Medical University / 1997
Bachelor of Medicine
DA / Dr M.G.R Medical University / 2001
Diploma in Anaesthesia
FRCA / Royal College of Anaesthetists / 2006
Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
FFPMRCA / Royal College of Anaesthetists / 2011
Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine
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