Our Pain experts are experienced in treating and providing expert reports on over 90 different pain conditions and lead multi-disciplinary pain clinics in leading NHS Trusts. The most common conditions our experts are called upon to provide an opinion on are:
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
- Chronic pain
- Neuropathic pain
- Phantom limb pain
- Post Mastectomy Pain Syndrome (PMPS)
- Multi-disciplinary pain management
- Osteoarthritic degenerative joint pain
Our pain experts
Dr Chris Jenner has been practising at Imperial College NHS Trust, London as a Consultant in Pain Medicine since 2001 and is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer for the Trust. He is the founder and Clinical Director of The London Pain Clinic in Harley Street and has regular clinics in Birmingham and Leeds. He has been an expert witness for over 15 years and his instructions are broadly divided as claimant (55%), defendant (40%) and single joint expert (5%).
Dr Ramos-Galvez has a medicolegal and clinical practice at the Royal Berkshire Hospital as well as regular medico-legal clinics in Leeds and Birmingham. His private practice is at the Spine Dunedin in Reading. He trained in spinal surgery and undertook further training in pain medicine and his understanding of the interactions between these complex areas of medicine means he is often called upon to opine on claims where spinal surgery has led to complications as well as being a leading expert in cases involving Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, fibromyalgia and a host of other pain conditions.
Dr Rishi Kanna, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Management, specialises in Spinal, Abdominopelvic and Neuropathic pain, with areas of interest including injections and medical management of spinal pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, nerve pain and spinal cord stimulation. His other clinical interests include post surgical/traumatic pain, chronic primary pain and visceral pain conditions. Dr Khanna is able to opine on a range of areas including quantum, causation and condition and prognosis, including chronic pain after surgery and the medical management of pain following a personal injury.
- The OMFS Case Notes Podcast Want to know more about when you should instruct an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon for a case…27 Nov 2023
- The Medicolegal Challenges of Managing Joint Pain Joint pain may be either acute or chronic. Acute joint pain arises from infection, trauma,…23 Nov 2023
- The medicolegal challenges of aortic valve disease: Conservative treatment or aortic valve replacement? Degeneration of the valves of the heart is very common, particularly in older patients. Aortic…08 Nov 2023
- The clinical management of diabetic foot and its medicolegal implications Diabetes affects millions of people worldwide and its prevalence is increasing (1). Insulin treatment has…23 Oct 2023