- Bupa Platinum consultant
- Fee assured
- Awaiting verification
- Open Referral network
- Pain medicine
- Video and telephone consultations
Dr Mahesh Chaudhari is a Consultant in Pain Medicine/Anaesthesia at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. He is the Lead Consultant for Pain Clinic services at Worcester NHS Hospitals.
He has completed Specialist training in Anaesthesia and Pain management through the West Midland Deanery’s rotational training scheme. He has undergone advanced training in Pain Management and has been awarded Fellowship of Faculty of Pain Medicine, Royal College of Anaesthetists, London.
He is experienced in managing chronic pain of various origins. He uses various modalities for the management of pain and these include Medications, TENS machine, Injections etc. He also utilises the expertise of physiotherapists and psychologists where appropriate to try and decrease not only the pain, but also the disability associated with the pain.
He has a particular interest in low back pain, neck pain, Sciatica/leg pain, various Neuralgia, arm/shoulder pain, chest wall, and Neuropathic pain. He has been one of the most experienced Consultant in managing Cancer pain using advanced Pain Management techniques.
He is well versed in performing all the routine pain relief intervention procedures such as epidurals, facet joint injections, Nerve root blocks, medial branch blocks, radiofrequency denervation, sympathetic blocks, trigger point injections, Intrathecal Neurolytic blocks etc.
Dr Chaudhari has many National and International presentations to his name and teaches on courses for anaesthetic examinations. He has contributed to various academic book publications.
Areas of interest
Facet Joint Injections
Medial branch blocks
Nerve root blocks
Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Sacroiliac joint injection under image guidance (and bilateral) - (1-5)
Local anaesthetic blockade of named major nerve or plexus - (1-5)
Epidural injection (lumbar) - (1-5)
Intramuscular injection(s) with x-ray control (e.g. piriformis block) - (1-5)
Local anaesthetic blockade of named major nerve or plexus +/- Image guidance (as sole procedure) - (1-5)