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Pain medicine

If you’ve had a cancer diagnosis or are undergoing treatment, it’s important to feel reassured that any pain you might experience will be managed well. That means having access to a consultant with specialist knowledge of pain evaluation, diagnosis  and treatment.
Dr Julian Scott-Warren

Our pain management specialist, Dr Scott-Warren, has experience across every part of the pain management process, from understanding and evaluating the causes of pain, to developing a bespoke programme and performing the most up-to-date procedures.

Meet Dr Scott-Warren

Specialist areas

Dr Scott-Warren will carry out a detailed process of review, assessment and investigation before deciding on a pain management programme to suit your condition.

Explaining the cancer diagnosis and stage to the patient
Discussing all relevant treatment options and recommendations
Delivering high-quality, compassionate care
Helping the patient manage cancer-related pain and other symptoms or treatment side effects
Pam Mottershead
Contact Pam Mottershead to find out more or book an appointment
0161 4138230

Meet our pain medicine specialist

Dr Julian Scott-Warren
Dr Julian Scott-Warren
Consultant in Pain Medicine

Qualifications: MB BCh, DRCOG, MRCP, FRCA, FFPMRCA

Special Interests: Pain medicine, anaesthetics and critical care

Responsibilities: Management of patients with complex cancer pain needs; anaesthesia for major oncological surgery; care of critically unwell patients; survivorship and advanced cancer.

Dr Scott-Warren trained in Cardiff as an undergraduate before starting a general medical rotation in Manchester. He switched to anaesthetics in 2007 and started advanced sub-specialty training in pain medicine: during his year-long placement he relished the therapeutic opportunities presented by cancer pain management and invested time learning the highly specialised approaches and interventional techniques in the field. Dr Scott-Warren’s interests include Interventional cancer pain management in advanced disease, specifically cordotomy and intrathecal drug delivery, pain in cancer survivors, anaesthesia for complex cancer surgery, and oncological critical care.