Dr Emma Chojnowska
Consultant in Pain Management and Anaesthetics
MB BChir, MA, FRCA,FFFPMRCA
I have treated patients with chronic pain for over 20 years focusing on a holistic approach and helping patients to make the best choice of many treatment options.
After gaining a medical degree in Cambridge I have trained as a specialist followed by further training in Pain Medicine in Auckland, New Zealand and a Pain Medicine Fellowship in Bristol. I was first appointed as a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine in 2000.
My interests include
I am a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine. I have presented research on lumbar facet joint injections at the British Pain Society and I continue to investigate long term patient outcomes following injection treatments. I have an interest in teaching as an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and co-directs Royal College of Surgeons Trauma courses.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Emma Chojnowska at Spire include:
Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
Founding Fellow Faculty of Pain Medicine of Royal College of Anaesthetists
British Pain Society
Association of Anaesthetists
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust
Emma lives in Sussex. She enjoys travel, squash and sports with her family.