Dr Jones Kurian

Dr Jones Kurian

Consultant Anaesthetist with Special Interest in Pain Medicine

Practising at

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Jones Kurian at Spire include:


Other treatments

  • Radio frequency ablation
  • Selective nerve root blocks - cervical, thoracic and lumbar
  • Spinal pain
  • Trigeminal neuralgia

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Professional profile

I have a strong background in Internal Medicine and Neurology, having completed post-graduate training in Internal Medicine and Neurology. My basic specialist training in Anaesthesia took place in Manchester. Specialist registrar appointments were at St George's Hospital in London and in various District General Hospitals in Surrey and Sussex as part of the South West Thames Anaesthetic Training Programme. During this period I spent one year in full time advanced pain medicine training. I became a substantive consultant anaesthetist with special interest in Pain Medicine in 2002.

I am one of the few consultants in the United Kingdom with credentials in Medicine, Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine. I provide a comprehensive and precise pain management service with precision controlled x-ray guided spinal interventions. I also combine regional anaesthetic techniques with General Anaesthesia for optimum post operative pain control.

Clinical Interests

Pain management

Special Clinical Interests: Facet joint injections, headaches, radio frequency ablation. Selective nerve root blocks - cervical, thoracic and lumbar. Spinal pain, trigeminal neuralgia

Private contact details

Telephone Self-funding - 01293 778 906; Insured - 01293 778 919


Use of epidurals during and after surgery

Media Coverage

Dealing with pain, Deccan Herald
February 2015

'What's Up, Doc?', Crawley Observer
July 2013

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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

British Medical Association
Association of Anaesthetists (Great Britain and Ireland)
International Spinal Intervention Society
International Association for the Study of Pain
Medical Protection Society
Royal College of Anaesthetists
Royal College of Physicians
Faculty of Pain Medicine
Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine

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Research and Publication


Profound postoperative hypoglycemia in a malnourished patient
October 2001

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