Dr Bijan Nejad

Dr Bijan Nejad

Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia
MBBS FRCA

Practising at

Spire St Anthony's Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Bijan Nejad at Spire include:

Pain management

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Professional profile

I offer a holistic approach, based on individual needs which includes pain interventions, medication optimisation and rehabilitation. I offer treatment which is based on evidence based medicine and latest advances in pain management. I completed my training at St George's Hospital, London and undertook further specialised training in pain medicine at Bart's Hospital.

Conditions treated include: spinal pain management and failed back surgery, Sciatica, neuropathic pain, persistent pain after surgery, post herpetic neuralgia, chronic knee pain, shoulder pain/impingement, pelvic pain, headache and migraine, complex regional pain syndrome, myofascial pain, phantom limb pain and whiplash associated disorder.

Procedures performed include: therapeutic cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral epidural injection, spinal nerve root injection, epiduroplasty/epidural adhesiolysis for failed back surgery, facet injections, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency denervation for long term pain relief, sympathetic nerve blocks and radiofrequency treatment, genicular nerve block and denervation for long term, shoulder and supra scapular nerve block and injection of bursa for shoulder impingement, Botox and greater occipital nerve injection for migraine and trigger point injections.

I am clinical lead for the chronic pain service at Croydon University Hospital.

Clinical Interests

Pain management
Pain relief

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Current NHS posts

Croydon University Hospitals NHS Trust

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Private contact details

Telephone Insured patients: 020 8335 4678 or Self-pay: 020 8335 4646