I am happy you have decided to visit our site and discover the leading edge remedies and cures for the Joint pain UK national epidemic. With over 50 years combined experience in the medical profession we are committed to bringing you THE best treatments and we are second to none with helping you achieve relief and potentially a cure.
Our success rate is Excellent in combating Joint Pain in the UK.
The Mission Statement of the Joint Pain Clinic is simple:
To alleviate chronic pain so that the quality of an individual’s life is improved so that they no longer feel compromising pain on a daily basis but can return to normal activities.
So with this in mind our Joint Pain Clinic website gives many people the opportunity to have first class treatment at affordable prices. We like noninvasive, non-surgical solutions that accelerates soft tissue healing and is an excellent alternative to surgery, often better in many cases.
We would like to introduce you to a new member of the team. He has practised in South America where we met at a Conference for Medical Professionals. I was so impressed I invited him to work with me. He specialises in Human Metabolism and Sports Medicine.
Dr. Alberto Parra has joined us and will be contributing to many of our medical articles in future.
We would also like to thank Dr. Simon Stinchcombe Consultant Radiologist for his service to the Clinic in the past. He was also an excellent professional to all our athletes during the London 2012 Olympic games. He was instrumental in his consultation in helping with a BMJ Quality Improvement Programme.
Dr Simon Stinchcombe graduated from Nottingham University Medical School in 1982. After junior medical jobs in Derby and Portsmouth he commenced Specialist Training in Diagnostic Radiology in Nottingham in 1986 and was appointed as a Consultant Radiologist in 1991. Initially appointed as a breast and general radiologist he soon developed an interest in musculoskeletal radiology. He was one of the first radiologists in the UK to be interested in the use of ultrasound in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal problems. He now has more than 20 years experience of musculoskeletal ultrasound and musculoskeletal MRI and performs in excess of 3000 of each investigation every year
Since 2004 Dr Stinchcombe has been working virtually full time in musculoskeletal radiology.in Mansfield and Newark. He completed a Visiting Fellowship in Advanced Body Imaging in Cincinnati in 2008 and was awarded the European Diploma in Musculoskeletal Radiology in 2011.
He has a special interest in Musculoskeltal Ultrasound, including ultrasound guided injection therapy, imaging of the foot and ankle and in sports injuries. He is Associate Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound at Sheffield Hallam University , where he facilitates the short course in Foot and Ankle ultrasound. He has built up a close working relationship with Mr Pavier both in the NHS and privately and together they facilitate the module on Interpretative Radiology of the Foot and Ankle, part of the Theory of Podiatric Surgery MSc course at Huddersfield University. .He is on the International Advisory Editorial Board of the Foot Journal the official journal of the American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics & Medicine. He has been interested in sports injuries since a medical student and as a radiologist has worked with a wide range of elite athletes including professional footballers, cricketers, rugby players, cyclists, equestrians, and American footballers.
Mr Julian Pavier is a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon appointed at Newark Hospital in 2003. This service has developed hugely over this time and Mr Pavier now operates 5 sessions per week at Newark Hospital operating on around 600 cases per year in the NHS at Newark. He has a full time registrar and a part time surgical trainee along with a Specialist Podiatry Nurse in his team.
Mr Pavier has been consulting private patients at The Nottingham Road Clinic since it opened in 2006 and also sees private patients at The Park Hospital Nottingham where he operates and consults on a weekly basis.
Mr Pavier has a special interest in the Surgical management of Hallux Valgus (bunions) and musculoskeletal problems in the foot and ankle. He has built up a close working relationship with Dr Simon Stinchcombe both in the NHS and privately and frequently utilises Dr Stinchcombe’s expertise in Ultrasound Scanning and injections under Ultrasound guidance in the foot and ankle.
Mr Pavier is very enthusiastic about the new ESWT joint pain clinic. “this is a very exciting development in the management of musculoskeletal problems. It gives another option to patients who do not wish interventional treatment eg Injections or surgery. ESWT promotes natural healing of chronic problems and this has to be a good thing”
Feel free to contact me personally and my team below and browse our new site
Dr. Matthew Warburton