Pain Medicine Specialists
Dr Abdul Ghaaliq Lalkhen
Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine
Subsequent to this I trained in Anaesthesia in the Northwestern Deanery obtaining the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2004. In 2008 I obtained entry to the Faculty of Pain Medicine as a Fellow.
I am a Consultant in Pain Medicine at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust. I work in a multi-disciplinary team specialising in the outpatient management of many chronic pain syndromes, including back pain, whiplash, complex regional pain syndrome, fibromyalgia and neuropathic pain.
I am the Clinical Lead for the Spinal Cord Stimulator service. I am also involved in the management of complex pain presentations in inpatients.
Consultant in Pain Medicine
MB BCh, DRCOG, MRCP, FRCA, FFPMRCA
Pain medicine, anaesthetics and critical care
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.
I offer a variety of highly-specialised injection therapies together with expertise in pain-relieving medications to help control the pain people experience when living with, and beyond, cancer.