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Dr Manojit Sinha

Anaesthetics

 

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    • Video consultations

Last updated: 29 Jun 2020

Specialises in

  • Pain medicine

About me

Dr Sinha works as a Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthetics at King’s College Hospital, London.

He has trained in Pain Medicine and Anaesthetics from King’s College Hospital and Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital. He was awarded Fellowship in Anaesthetics and Pain Medicine from Dublin and London respectively.

His practice is evidence-based, and he can provide diagnostic, imaging and different treatment options to patients suffering from chronic pain. He promotes the involvement of the multidisciplinary team to manage complex chronic pain problems.

His area of expertise includes Ultrasound and Fluoroscopy guided pain procedures. He teaches medical students, Anaesthetic and Advanced pain trainees. He has presented papers nationally and internationally and has been involved with publications.

Dr Sinha’s aim is to help patients improve their overall quality of life.

Areas of interest

Dr Sinha’s areas of interest are as follows:

• Back pain
• Sciatica
• Neck pain
• Referral pain to arm
• Headache/Facial pain
• Shoulder pain
• Chest pain
• Joint pain
• Abdominal pain
• Pelvic pain
• Neuropathic pain
• Postherpetic neuralgia
• Complex regional pain syndrome
• Chronic post-surgical pain
• Interventional pain procedures: Epidurals,
Facet joint injections, Sacroiliac joint
injection, Radio frequency Denervation,
Pulsed Radio frequency Treatment, Nerve
blocks, Joint injections, Therapeutic infusions

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