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Comprehensive Pain Assessment and Treatment Plans
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Taking Care of You
Pain Management Options
Pain is a biopsychosocial experience and requires wholistic assessment and treatment.
Interventional Procedures/Injections for spine including neck and back
Neuropathic Pain treatments including ketamine and lidocaine
ABOUT DR WOO
Dr Woo is a Pain and Anaesthesia Consultant.
He was appointed to Kings College Hospital in 2011 and did his Advanced Pain Training at St Thomas' Pain Management Unit. Dr Woo graduated with disinction and prizes from UCL. He trained at Great Ormond Street Hospital, Royal Free and UCL Hospitals in pain medicine.
Dr Woo obtained an MSc from University in Edinburgh and published in several journals in the subject of pain medicine.
He is active in research, teaching and education and works also in medicolegal cases and the Police Medical Appeal Board.
Getting Constantly Updated
As a practicing Pain Management Physician, I’ve been fortunate to research and study many different health care topics. I’ve written some medical articles that have been published in well-renowned journals. In addition to satisfying my own curiosities, my publications are meant to help doctors, medical students, and the general public to better understand health care delivery. Read some of my written works below.
Should ultrasound or X-rays be used in chronic pain medicine interventions?
April 4, 2016
Ultrasound - the way forward
Stellate Ganglion Block for Painful Congenital Venous Malformation of the Arm.
Very good response for an unusual pain condition
Long-term opioids: friend or foe?
Long term strong opioids fro non cancer pain and its problems
Should thoracic epidurals be routinely sited in patients having cardiac surgery?
Dec 14 2017
Good pain relief for painful surgery should be considered carefully for optimal outcomes
To find out more or to read other articles, please get in touch with me today.