Dr Ben Huntley MBChB FFPMRCA FRCA
Dr Ben Huntley has extensive experience as a Chronic Pain Consultant, managing complex cases in both the public and the private sector.
Dr Huntley has expertise in the management of a wide range of chronic pain conditions including chronic primary pain, chronic secondary pain, chronic pain after injury, chronic spinal pain, chronic neck pain, chronic widespread pain, complex regional pain syndrome and neuropathic pain.
His well-established reputation is based on his diligent practice, the approachable and professional manner of his communication and his detailed knowledge of chronically painful conditions.
Dr Huntley studied Medicine at the University of Birmingham where he was awarded the Arthur Thompson Special Prize for his research. He completed his training in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia at the Bristol School of Anaesthesia where he won the Head of School Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Dr Huntley is employed as a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust where he remains instrumental in leading the modernisation and development of the Chronic Pain Service.
On his appointment as a Pain Consultant in 2012, Dr Huntley successfully lobbied for substantial investment to transform an intervention-only pain service into a modern, comprehensive multidisciplinary pain management service, with the successful appointment of a multidisciplinary pain management team and the development of a Multidisciplinary Pain Management Programme. The BHRUT Chronic Pain Service now provides a comprehensive multidisciplinary pain management service, an interventional cancer pain service and a spinal cord stimulator service.
If you would like to instruct Dr Huntley please email us at: [email protected] or call us on 01603 819115
|Consults at||London and Bristol, but will travel further afield by special arrangement.|
|Specialisation(s)||Chronic pain, chronic widespread pain, chronic pain syndromes, neuropathic pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), spinal cord stimulation, multidisciplinary pain management.|
|Receives instructions for:||Personal injury claims
Medical negligence claims
|Claimant / Defendant ratio||Not yet applicable|