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Pain Management Services

The Pain Management Service at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust adopts a multi-disciplinary team approach consisting of Consultants in Pain Management and Anaesthesia, a Psychologist, Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Specialists and Pain Nurse Specialists.

Our Aims

We aim to improve the quality of life of our patients by managing their long-term pain. We provide a personalised approach to care and the necessary support to encourage independence and self-management.

We also aim:

  • to provide a multi-professional assessment of you and your pain and where indicated provide a thorough examination of your pain
  • to provide education about your pain
  • to develop an individualised management plan to enable you to improve your quality of life
  • to provide psychological and behavioural support, if required
  • to promote self-management by teaching you strategies and skills to manage your pain with the related benefits of fewer procedures and appointments

Contact Us

Contact Pain Clinic Services

For outpatient appointment enquiries please contact the:

Appointments co-ordinator for Pain Management

Mon - Thurs, 8.30am - 4.30pm
Central Booking Office

Kidderminster Treatment Centre
01562 513226
Ext. 55366

If you have an urgent concern please contact your GP for medical advice.

Please have your unique NHS number for all hospital enquiries and appointments. (It is the10 digit number printed on your medical card given to you when you register with a GP).

Evesham Community Hospital Medical Secretaries:

Lisa Brown  -  01386 502389
Michelle Temby  -  01386 502379

Kidderminster Hospital and Treatment Centre Medical Secretaries:

Julie Williams (Mon-Weds)  -  01562 513065
Stephanie Lloyd (Thurs-Fri)  - 01562 513065

Malvern Community Hospital Medical Secretary:

Lynne Cameron  -  01905 760688

Worcestershire Royal Hospital Medical secretaries:

Lynne Cameron  -  01905 760688

Pain Clinic Services

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