Pain services

Different specialists across our services work together to understand how pain is impacting your life and to develop a treatment plan aimed at reducing your pain.

Our services are made up of:

  • long-term pain management and neuromodulation centre for assessing and treating people with chronic pain
  • headache and facial pain for assessment, investigation and treatment
  • inpatient pain for support on our wards
  • INPUT pain management for helping you live with long-term pain and improving your quality of life

Our consultants

Thomas Smith, clinical lead

Giorgio Lambru

Ivona Tylova

Adnan Al-Kaisy

Stefano Palmisani

Nicholas Spahr

Anna Andreou

Joseph Azzopardi

Fauzia Hasnie

Sandesha Kothari

Min Liu

David Pang

Jonathan Royds

Thomas Yearwood

Stephen Ward

Research and clinical trials

The pain and neuromodulation academic research centre is actively involved in ongoing research into chronic pain conditions and the development of interventions to treat them.

Research is vital to improving the care that you receive when you're unwell. You can help improve healthcare by taking part in research studies at our Trust. During your appointment, ask your healthcare professional about research. They'll be happy to tell you about research studies you could be eligible to join.

Contact us

Phone: 020 7188 8877

Email: [email protected]

We aim to respond to emails within 3 working days.

Address: pain management, ground floor, Gassiot House, St Thomas' Hospital, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Clinical help and advice

If you are already a patient with us and need to discuss your condition, please email [email protected].

We aim to respond within 3 working days.

If you need urgent clinical advice or do not have access to email, please call 020 7188 4714.

If you leave a message, we will return your call but this may take us a few days.

Do you have any comments or concerns about your care?

Contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

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