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Pain Management Clinic

Our pain management team understand that chronic pain affects every aspect of your day. At a peaceful Buckinghamshire hospital, they work with you to find the best treatment to return to normality.

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Restoring Quality of Life

Pain can affect every aspect of your life. Whether this is due to a chronic condition, arthritis, back issues, nerve problems, or conditions such as fibromyalgia.

No two people react the same to pain and care needs to be individual. Alongside medical diagnosis, your consultant will wish to understand your circumstances, symptoms and needs.

Treatments can range from medication, or pain relief injections, to physiotherapy or psychological support. Different approaches can be combined, if this is best for you.

There is no single rule for treating chronic pain, other than the objective should be to restore your quality of life.

Your ability to choose activities matters, or simply to sit undisturbed and view the world as a pleasant place. Pain is a barrier to both, which needs to be lifted.

Chronic Pain Conditions

You may come to us due to chronic pain, or are also seeing a neurologist, orthopaedic surgeon, or other specialist. Our pain management team are there to help whatever the position, or cause, which can include:

  • Arthritis
  • Physical injury
  • Back & neck pain
  • Headaches & migraine
  • Muscle pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Nerve damage
  • Psychogenic pain
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Fast access to treatment

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Diagnosis & Treatment

Electromyography to test muscle activity could be helpful, as can nerve conduction studies, or blood and urine analysis. Listening to you is equally important, to find effective treatment which may include:

  • Pain relief injections
  • Specialist medication
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychological support
  • Nerve stimulation
  • Nerve blocking

Ongoing, recurring and chronic pain has a massive impact on your wellbeing. Finding the root cause of your pain means we can build a treatment plan that will work for you, through medication, physiotherapy, psychological support, or a combined approach.

Dr Richard Sawyer

Consultant in Pain Management

Consultation Fees

In most cases, if you are meeting your own costs, you can self refer directly to one of our pain management consultants. Consultations typically cost between £150 and £250.

Patients using medical insurance should be fine, as all our consultants work within acceptable fee levels.

Consultants at our hospital are renowned, senior physicians or surgeons. They will be on the General Medical Council’s specialist register, along with belonging to specialist bodies.

As importantly, they are here because together with their skills and knowledge, they share our patient first ethos.

To request an appointment with a consultant, please use use the form, email link, or phone number below.

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We accept both insured & self-pay patients

Our Facilities

Our patients and the people who care for them deserve the finest facilities, for diagnostics, treatment, or surgery and to aid recovery.

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In house X-ray and MRI

Swift access to x-ray, MRI and ultrasound allows symptoms to be investigated without delay. Bringing our patients peace of mind, or the early treatment that many medical conditions benefit from.

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State of the Art Theatres

All our surgical theatres have been refurbished and fitted with the latest equipment. An ideal environment for surgical consultants and designed to bring high levels of safety, to protect patients.

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Beautiful Private Rooms

Feeling comfortable during a hospital stay is a pleasure and an aid to recovery. The reason our patients are provided with private, en-suite rooms, freshly prepared meals and dedicated nursing care.

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Physio Aiding Recovery

Physiotherapy is recognised for the value this can bring after injury, or trauma. There is also a close link with surgery, where our skilled physios can play an important role in post surgical recovery..

Speak to our team today

Get in touch to book an appointment, for further information, or to ask any question you wish. All contact is handled securely and confidentially.

Call us on

01296 678800

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