Dr Farrah Ayob
Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia
MBBS, FRCA, FFPMRCA
I have practiced Medicine for 12 years. My special interest within Anaesthesia is Pain Medicine. I trained in various London Hospitals in Advanced Pain Fellowship, Royal Marsden Hospital specifically for treating cancer related pain conditions as well as in Toronto. I specialised in ultrasound and X-ray guided interventional procedures for various pain related conditions.
I offer treatments including nerve block injections, radiofrequency ablation procedures, Racz catheter neurolysis, botox injections for migraines and chemotherapy induced neuropathies. I also deal with complex pain issues, including medication management, widespread pain, central pain and acute pain management. I work with multi-disciplinary team for delivering holistic.
To date I have performed over 1,200 pain interventions, including over 200 radiofrequency rhizotomies and pulsed neurostimulation procedures, 400 epidural injections, botox therapies for chemotherapy induced neuropathies and over 400 central plexus and nerve blocks.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Farrah Ayob at Spire include:
Spire London East Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
MBBS / Kings College London / 2007
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Degree for Medical Physicians
International Association of the Study of Pain
Faculty of Pain Medicine of Royal College of Anesthesia
British Pain Society
I contribute as an editorial or scientific journal reviewer for pain scientific journals (Cureus).
Preoperative Smoking Cessation as Part of Surgical Prehabilitation. Dong An, Farrah Ayob, Wesley Rajaleelan, J Wong. Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia. 66(4), pp 476–479, Jan 2019.
Pre-operative Biomarkers and Imaging tests to predict Post-operative Delirium: a Systematic Review. Farrah Ayob, Enoch Lam, George Ho, Frances Chung, Hossam El-Beheiry, Jean Wong. BMC Anesthesiology (2019) 19: 25.
Do Caudal Blocks cause complications post hypospadias surgery? Farrah Ayob, Richard Arnold. Editorial: Anaesthesia 2016. 71: 759-63.