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Dealing with Your
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Welcome to Chronic Pain Consultant

First qualifying as medical house officer in 1996, Dr. Mubarak is a full time Consultant in Chronic Pain Management and Anesthesia, whose NHS practice was based at the Royal Orthopedic Hospital, Birmingham.

Trained under the auspice of College of Anesthetists in Ireland, Dr. Mubarak completed her Anesthesia and Basic Pain Training in 2014. Upon completion of training, Dr. Mubarak joined the pain fellowship training program at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, completing in 2015. Training in Ireland and Sydney included chronic pain management using a holistic approach with rehabilitation for chronic pain problems.

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Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain is classified as pain that is felt below the bellybutton, mild or severe, lasting for prolonged periods of time.

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Headaches and Post Stroke Pain Syndrome

Chronic headaches can be caused by a number of conditions, often elsewhere in the body, such as back pain, facial pain or neck pain.

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Post Shingles Pain

Shingles causes a virus to travel down nerve fibres and causes a painful rash. For most people this pain goes away when the rash does

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Musculoskeletal Pain

Musculoskeletal pain is pain that affects the bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments of the body, and can result in concentrated areas of pain…

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Burns Clinic Pain

Severe burns can result in damaged and regenerating nerve tissues creating neuropathic pain syndrome.

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Post-Surgery Pain

Major surgeries often require a heavy dosage of pain relieving medication, this pain usually subsides within 3 months. In some cases,..

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Dr. Mona Mubarak

Chronic Pain Consultant
M.B, Ch.B, FCARCSI, EDRA, EDAIC, DipPain (CAI), FIPP

Dr. Mubarak is working in NHS and in Private sector

With a medical career that spans Ireland, UK, Australia and USA, Dr Mubarak is an expert in many forms of treatments, she can provide treatment for:

  • Back pain
  • Tummy pain (abdominal pain)
  • Cancer pain
  • Pelvic pain
  • Headaches
  • Women’s pain
  • Facial pain (face pain)
  • Chest pain (costochondritis)
  • Groin pain
  • Post-surgery groin pain
  • Post-surgery ankle/foot pain
  • Frozen shoulder and neck pain
  • Pain after Hip replacement surgery and knee surgery
  • Post fracture pain and nerve related pain

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