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Senior Clinical Adviser and Hon. Medical Director
Founder of the highly respected Chronic Pain Clinic at London’s Royal Free Hospital, Dr Anthony Ordman is one of the UK’s most experienced specialists in the treatment of pain. For his contributions to Pain Medicine Dr Ordman was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in 2005, and he is Immediate past President of the Pain Medicine Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
His expertise touches upon every area of pain; from spinal, musculoskeletal and nerve pain to post-surgical and trauma pain, and many areas of cancer related pain. Dr Ordman is also involved in pain management for rehabilitation and functional restoration after injury or serious illness. His belief in a patient-centred approach, sensitive to the individual needs of each person has had a strong influence on the Integro patient experience.
Consultant in Pain Medicine
Dr Basil Almahdi qualified as a medical doctor in 1997. He completed his specialist training in London, and gained a higher degree in Pain Management at University College Hospital as a Fellow in pain medicine at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square.
He was a Locum Consultant at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and The Pain Management Centre at University College Hospital, where he gained experience in managing complex spinal pain problems. He has since become a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at the Whittington Hospital where he currently practices covering both Acute and Chronic pain management.
He has numerous publications and has lectured nationally and internationally in his subject. His special interests are the minimally invasive treatment of problems caused by degenerative spinal disease including disc herniation, radiculopathies and spinal stenosis. He has a special interest in managing chronic pain syndromes and is also interested in the treatment of post operative pain, neuropathic pain, and palliative treatments for cancer pain.
Dr Almahdi is bilingual, also speaking Arabic fluently. He takes pride in his holistic approach to patient care, allowing patients to make considered decisions and agree a treatment plan. His emphasis on educating patients empowers patients to manage their pain in the best possible way.
Consultant in Pain Medicine
Dr Vinay Anjana Reddy is a Consultant in Pain Medicine, Spinal Interventions and Anaesthesia. He has gone through training at St Barts and London, University College London and Royal Free Hospitals. He was also actively involved with Pain research and has published his work. Since then, he has held Consultant posts at various NHS trusts and Independent Hospitals. He also works as an independent advisor for many newly established pain services overseas.
Dr Anjana Reddy offers tailored service to each patient needs and expectations and he offers education, pain injections, medication optimisation and guidance about self-management strategies. He works closely with experts from other fields to help patients rehabilitate from painful conditions.
He has special interest is medical education and holds a membership of the academy of medical educators. He teaches regularly in national and international training courses for pain specialists.
Pain Management Consultant
Dr Sally Ghazaleh, is a Pain Management Consultant at the Whittington Hospital, and the National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery, London . She qualified from the University of Szeged Medical School, Hungary in 2000, and then completed her specialist training in the Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Semmelweis University in 2007. She went on a fellowship at University College Hospital, London, to gain her higher degree in Pain Medicine
During her time at the pain management Centre at University College Hospital, she gained extensive experience in dealing with and managing patients with complex multiple pain problems. She is accomplished at a variety of interventional and non-interventional treatments for this specific patient group.
Sally specializes in managing patients with lower back pain, neck pain, neuropathic pain, abdominal pain, cancer pain, complex regional pain syndrome, post-stroke pain and Fibromyalgia. She has a particular interest in bladder and abdominal pain in women, and women’s health in general. She is fluent in Arabic, English and Hungarian.