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Pain can be a sign from our body telling us that something is wrong. But there are different types of pain and we can often still suffer even after the source problem has been treated.
This can become a debilitating cycle, because pain can stop us leading normal, active lives and – if left untreated – can also lead to psychological symptoms.We take an integrated approach to pain management and our specialists work closely with physiotherapists, psychologists, neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons, to develop an effective treatment plan personally tailored to your needs.
Meet the consultants who are part of our expert team here at The Montefiore Hospital.View consultants
To book an appointment with The Montefiore Hospital please call 01273 828 148 if you are a self-funding patient or 01273 828 030 for insured bookings. Alternatively, please fill out the enquiry form at the top of the page. Please be aware, a GP referral is always required for insured bookings.
Opened in 2012, The Montefiore Hospital offers a comprehensive private healthcare service for patients in the Brighton and Hove area and the rest of Sussex. Our modern, clean and comfortable hospital has its own physiotherapy team, on-site imaging facilities, a pathology lab and pharmacy so we can take care of you every step of the way in your treatment.
Our services are available to everyone – whether or not you are privately insured. If you are paying for your own treatment, we offer one-off private hospital treatment, with a fixed price agreed in advance. We also offer some services to NHS patients on behalf of the NHS.
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