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Dr Andrew Baranowski

Anaesthetics

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  • Pain medicine

About me

Dr Baranowski has held some of the most senior positions in pain medicine in the UK. He set up and led one of the the largest and most comprehensive services for pelvic pain in the world and has been involved in spinal, neuropathic pain and neuromodulation for over 25 years.

He has a full Team in the private sector that reflects his NHS practice. This includes access to medications for pain management, physical interventions, psychological support and pain management physiotherapy and nurses. He works closely with neurologists, urologists, gynaecologists, urogynaecologists, psychiatrists, rheumatologists, spinal surgeons and has access through King Edward VII Hospital to some of the world's most renowned clinicians.

Dr Baranowski qualified from Guy’s Hospital, London, in 1984 having obtained both a BScHons and his MBBS. His pain medicine training was complimented through his higher qualification in pain research, in 1993 (MD). He was appointed to the staff of the Middlesex hospital in 1994 where he developed his interest in neuromodulation for neuropathic and complex spinal pain. Through his multispecialty work with urologists, gynaecologists, urogynaecologists and colorectal specialists his interest in urogenital/pelvic pain started and he has since set up the largest centre for urogenital/pelvic pain in the UK. He was awarded the FFPMRCA in 2008, the first year it was available.

Dr Baranowski has organised over 40 meetings and was influential within the Royal Society for Medicine Anaesthetic Section Council (2001-2009) setting up the Pain Medicine subsection (2009-2010). He was appointed The Royal College for Anaesthetists, Regional Advisor for Pain Medicine 2003-2010. Dr Baranowski has sat on several guideline committees including The European Association for Urology CPP group (2003-present), and has influenced pain medicine through guidelines published in the UK, Europe and North America. He was a founding member and President (2001-2005) of The International Society for the Study of Pain’s special interest group for urogenital pain, PUGO. Dr Baranowski has chaired the Taxonomy Committee of that group since 2003. Dr Baranowski has over 75 publications. He currently is an elected council member of the British Pain Society (2010-) and has served on their education committee, Pain Patient Pathways Mapping working group (2010-13), Hon Treasurer and is currently The President of The British Pain Society.

Dr Baranowski leads on Pain Management guidelines and Pain Management national and international policy

Areas of interest

Pain; Highly Specialised Pain Management; Pelvic pain; Pelvic pain at an international and national level; Pelvic pain in men; prostate pain; prostatitis; testicular pain; Pelvic pain in women; sex related pain; gynaecological pain; endometriosis pain; urological pain; bladder pain syndrome; interstitial cystitis; abdominal pain; colorectal pain; genital pain; mesh related pain; spinal pain; neuropathic pain; complex pain; post surgical pain; Urogenital and Abdominal pain; headaches; fibromyalgia; Sacral Iliac Joint; SIJ; Joint pain; knee; Shoulder; head and neck pain; CRPS; MSK pain; muscle skeletal pain; prolapsed disc; facet joint pain; injections; radio frequency treatment for spinal pain; Neuromodulation; spinal cord stimulation; sacral nerve stimulation, ultrasound; CT guided

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Procedures completed

  • A7350

    Local anaesthetic blockade of named major nerve or plexus - (5-50)

  • A7300

    Radiofrequency (including pulsed denervation), cryoprobe or phenol for permanent lesion of major nerve trunk - (5-50)

  • W9030

    Injection(s) +/- aspiration, into joint, cyst, bursa with image guidance - (5-50)

  • X3770

    Intramuscular injection with x-ray control (e.g. piriformis block) - (5-50)

  • X3510

    IV sedation administered by operator - (1-5)

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