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Dr Mowafak Abdelghani

Mo Abdelghani

Anaesthetics

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Last updated: 14 Oct 2020

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  • Pain medicine

About me

Dr Abdelghani is a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia in Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is the clinical lead for Chronic Pain Services at Oxford road campus, Trafford General Hospital and Altrincham General Hospital.

After graduating from Medical School in Cairo Egypt and completing his Masters of Science and a 4 years training rotation in Ain-Shams University, Cairo. He joined the Northwest Rotation as a Specialist Registrar and Completed the five years specialist Program. His Advanced Pain Fellowship was successfully completed in the prestigious Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in the Imperial school in London.

He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and a Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine by examination.

He has published chapters on multiple topics of Pain Medicine in 2 books published in the UK and the USA.
He has a well established interest and role in post-graduate education and healthcare management. He is the Chair of the North West Pain Group, an association of Pain Medicine Consultants in the North West Region.

Areas of interest

pain management; pain; back pain; neck pain; sciatica; headache; abdominal pain; musculoskeletal; nerve pain; scar pain; leg pain; arm pain; fibromyalgia; pain medicine; chronic pain; buttocks pain; foot pain; neuropathy; diabetic neuropathy; crps; complex regional pain syndrome; meralgia parasthetica; trigeminal neuralgia; post herpetic neuralgia; chemotherapy pain; radiotherapy pain; back spasm; pain doctor; pain consultant; pain physician; lower back pain; pain specialist; spinal pain; spinal surgeon; shoulder pain; hand pain; joint pain; knee pain; hip pain; foot pain; MRI; Back scan; bursitis; trochanteric bursitis; capsaicin; nerve stimulation; muscle pain; widespread pain; disc pain; Epidural; lumbar epidural; cervical epidural; facet joints; sacroiliac; radiofrequency ablation; RF ablation; suprascapular nerve; Greater occipital nerve; migraine;

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  • A5200

    Epidural injection (cervical) - (1-5)

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