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Dr Manojit Sinha - Pain Management

Dr Manojit Sinha is a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Spinal Intervention in Croydon, who specialises in Pain Management.

Clinical interests

Dr Sinha practice is evidence-based and provides diagnostic, imaging and different treatment options to patients suffering from chronic pain.

He promotes the involvement of the multidisciplinary team to manage complex chronic pain problems.


His area of expertise includes Ultrasound and Fluoroscopy-guided pain procedures. Dr Sinha aims to help patients improve their overall quality of life.

• Back pain
• Sciatica
• Neck pain
• Arm pain
• Headache
• Orofacial pain
• Shoulder pain
• Chest pain
• Hip and Knee pain
• Abdominal pain
• Pelvic pain
• Neuropathic pain
• Postherpetic neuralgia
• Complex regional pain syndrome
• Chronic post-surgical pain

 

Treatments offered:

Spine Interventions
• Facet joint injections: Lumbar, thoracic, and cervical
• Diagnostic Medial branch blocks
• Sacroiliac joint injections
• Epidural: Caudal, Thoracic, Cervical
• Transforaminal epidurals or Nerve root block
• Radiofrequency denervation of Facets and Sacroiliac
• Pulsed Radiofrequency of Dorsal root ganglia or Nerve roots


Joint Injections
• Upper limb: Shoulder joint, Acromioclavicular joint
• Lower limb: Hip joint, Knee joint, Ankle joint
• Radiofrequency treatment of joints


Nerve blocks
• Occipital nerve
• Ilioinguinal/iliohypogastric nerve
• Genitofemoral nerve
• Pudendal nerve
• Lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh
• Genicular nerve
• Pulsed Radiofrequency of nerves
• Stellate ganglion
• Ganglion of Impar


Quetenza patch treatment

 

Academic background

FFPMRCA: April 2017
Faculty of Pain Medicine, Royal College of Anaesthetists, London

MRCA: April 2017
Royal College of Anaesthetists, London

FCAI: April 2014
College of Anaesthetists of Ireland, Dublin

 

Professional Memberships

Pain Society Memberships:
- Faculty of Pain Medicine, RCOA
- British Pain Society
- Royal Society of Medicine: Pain Medicine section

Anaesthetic Society Memberships:
- Royal College of Anaesthetists
- College of Anaesthetists of Ireland
- Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland

General Memberships:
- General Medical Council
- MDDUS

 

NHS base

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

020 3780 2504