13 December 2019
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I qualified in 1977 and was appointed Consultant in Neurosurgical Anaesthesia at the Midland Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Sandwell hospital Group in 1987 transferring to The University Hospital Birmingham (Queen Elizabeth) in 2000 as a neurosurgical anaesthetist. I undertook extensive pain management duties within the department of neurosurgery up until 2018.
I became an independent practitioner in 2018 after having extensive experience in NHS and privately delivering pain medicine with specialist knowledge and skill in spinal neurosurgical pain conditions, neuropathic and complex regional pain, widespread and facial pain and headaches. I am particularly interested in the causes and management of complex pain and I have run a pain relief clinic for over 18 years now.
I have presented widely on the management of pain conditions and taught extensively on airway management and fibreoptic intubation techniques. I was also a Faculty Tutor on the MSc programme in Pain Medicine at the University of Edinburgh from 2014 until 2018.
My main hospital bases are Spire Little Aston and Spire Parkway Hospitals, however I hold practicing privileges at Spire South Bank Hospital where appointments can be made on request.
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BSc, MB ChB, FRCA, FFPMRCA, MSc (Pain Mgt) / Birmingham Medical School / 1977
Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
Fellow of Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists
Fellow Royal Society of Medicine
Member of Difficult Airway Society
Member of Neuro-anaesthesia Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Consultant Anaesthetist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and Specialist in Pain Management Clinical Tutor, University of Edinburgh
I enjoy taking part in triathlons and charity events.
13 December 2019
12 December 2019
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