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Dr Mohjir Baloch
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Pain Management
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About

Dr Mohjir Baloch completed his undergraduate medical training at Guys and St Thomas’s Medical School. Following that, he underwent general medical training at the Royal Free, Royal London and St Bartholomew's hospitals and then completed his speciality training in anaesthetics on the South Thames Rotation. Finally, he specialised in Pain Medicine by undergoing a prestigious one year fellowship at St Bartholomew's and Whipps Cross Hospitals.

Mohjir's specialist interest lies in interventional pain medicine and lectures on this topic both nationally and internationally. He is particularly interested in teaching and training and also organises an international ultrasound-guided pain intervention course at the Royal College of Physicians.

His NHS practice is based at the Frimley Park Hospital and he also works privately. 

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Medical Procedures

  • Ultrasound guided pain injections
  • Patch therapy for nerve pain
  • Radiofrequency dennervation for facet joint pain
  • Trigger point injections for muscle spasm

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Special Interests

  • Pain relief 
  • Pain management 
  • Pain management 
  • Sports injury 
  • Lumbar spine disorders 
  • Back pain 
  • Osteoarthritis 
  • Pain management 
  • Rheumatoid arthritis 

Education

MB BS (1997) - University of London

Memberships

Royal College of Anaesthetists 

Association of Anaesthetists 

British Pain Society 

European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine 

Faculty of Pain Medicine 

Reviews

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

18-05-2017
A listening doctor. Kind, understanding and, most importantly, good at what he does. I have had two shoulder procedures under him. Both successful in their own right. Who can ask for more?

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