MBBCh, MSc, FRCA, EDIC, FFPMRCA, PGCERT Med Edu
I am a consultant in pain medicine and anaesthesia in the NHS and the independent sector. My independent practice is based in the Northwest of England at Spire Manchester and Spire Murrayfield Wirral and my NHS practice is based at Liverpool University Hospitals in addition to an honorary Consultant role for cancer Pain management at Marie Curie Hospice, Liverpool.
I have a special interest in chronic pain arising from spine; low back and neck pain or sacroiliac joints related pain, sciatica, pyriformis syndrome and cluneal nerve entrapment, pain arising from large joints secondary to osteoarthritis such as hips, shoulders and knees, neuropathic pain conditions such as painful diabetic neuropathy and post herpetic neuralgia, generalised pain such as fibromyalgia, headache, facial pain and cancer pain.
I adopt a holistic approach to pain management, minding the multidimensional nature of chronic pain being a bio-psycho-social disorder focusing on improving the quality of life and functioning of my patients by offering patients a wide range of interventional procedures and pharmacologic management for their painful conditions as indicated while fitting that in a bigger picture alongside rehabilitation via input from physiotherapy and addressing psychologic stressors via pain psychology as indicated. This allows me to achieve optimum outcomes for my patients and help them regain the quality of life they aspire to.
I have rich experience in my field having graduated in 2005 from a highly regarded medical school in Cairo, Egypt at Ain Shams University. I then pursued my professional career across three different health care systems in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UK. I was privileged to have received my pain training and fellowship between bespoken centres across Northwest of England between Manchester University Hospitals, Salford Royal hospital, Lancashire teaching Hospitals and the Walton centre before starting my role as a consultant at Liverpool University Hospitals. I have been awarded a master of science in anaesthesia, Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists FRCA, European Diploma of Intensive care Medicine EDIC, Fellowship of the Faculty of Pain Medicine FFPMRCA and a postgraduate certificate in medical education.
I have a special interest in medical education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. I lead for undergraduate Anaesthesia Education at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Mahmoud Alkholany at Spire include:
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MBBCh / AinShams University, Cairo, Egypt / 2005
Bachelor degree in Medicine and General Surgery
MSc / AinShams University, Cairo, Egypt / 2010
Masters of Science in Anaesthesia
FRCA / Royal College of Anaesthetists, England / 2016
Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
EDIC / European Society of Intensive Care, Germany / 2017
European Diploma in Intensive Care
FFPMRCA / Faculty of Pain Medicine, England / 2021
Fellowship of Faculty of Pain Medicine
PGCERT Med Edu / Edge Hill University, England / 2021
Postgraduate certificate in Medical Education
Lead for undergraduate Anaesthesia education at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals
Consultant Pain medicine and Anaesthesia, Liverpool University Hospitals
Honorary Consultant Cancer Pain management, Marie Curie Hospice, Liverpool
Lead for Undergraduate Anaesthesia Education at Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals
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