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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Meera Tewani at Spire include:
I was appointed to Warwick Hospital in December 2009 after finishing higher training in Anaesthetics and a Fellowship in Pain Management in the West Midlands. I then trained in Pain Management as a Clinical Research Fellow in Birmingham Heartlands, Solihull, Good Hope and Russell Hall Hospitals, Marie Curie and St Giles Hospices.
I provide interventional procedures for chronic pain conditions which includes headache, back pain, thoracic pain, abdominal-pelvic pain, musculoskeletal pain. I can also treat neck pain, nerve entrapment pain, neuropathic pain and persistent pain after surgery.
I have a specialist interest in abdominal and pelvic pain.
I conceived and organised the Faculty of Pain Medicine Study day: ‘Musculoskeletal System Examination for diagnosing Pain Problems’ in the Royal College premises in London for the third time this year. I have taken the Educational Supervisor’s role for the Pain Fellow and look after the training and educational needs along with being a mentor. I am also the Pain Module in charge for trainees and MTI students sitting the FRCA.
MB BS / Ghandi Medical College, India / 1989
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
DA / Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai, India / 1993
Diploma in Anaesthesia
DA is a degree given to doctors after being trained in Anaesthesia for two years and on qualifying in the exam.
MD / Indian Naval Hospital Ship Asvini, Mumbai, India / 1996
Doctor of Medicine in Anaesthesia
MD is a post graduate Anaesthesia course with a qualifying exam at the end and is for two years after completion of DA. It involves further training in Anaesthesia and completing a thesis.
FCAI / Dublin, Republic of Ireland / 2006
Fellow of College of Anaesthetists of Ireland
After entering the registrar’s training programme in the UK and qualifying in the exam, Fellowship to the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland was granted. This Fellowship was mandatory for completion of training in Anaesthesia in the UK. The Registrar’s training was done in the West Midlands in the Stoke-on-Trent rotation.
AFFPMRCA / Heart-of-England NHS Trust, Dudley Group of Hospitals and Marie Curie Hospice, West Midlands, UK / 2010
Associate Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
After entering the registrar’s training programme in the UK and qualifying in the exam, I did a Fellowship in Pain Management in the Heart of England NHS Trust, Dudley Group of Hospitals and Marie Curie and St Giles Hospice and was granted AFFPMRCA at the end of the year’s training.
British Medical Association
British Pain Society
Difficult Airway Society
Faculty of Pain Medicine
Indian Society of Anaesthetists
Medical Defence Union
Royal College of Anaesthetists
The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland
I have varied interests, from art to nature. I am a long-time member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, and love going on nature walks. I am also a member of the Royal Horticultural Society and have a passion for plants. In my youth I was a prize winning painter and I still continue to paint in my free time. I enjoy reading, cooking, gardening, music and playing squash at the gym, as well as spending time with my family.Back to top
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