Pain Clinic Team


Pain Clinic
Kingston Hospital
The White House
New Victoria Hospital
184 Coombe Lane West
Kingston upon Thames

About Us

Some Pain Clinic services are moving to Queen Mary’s Hospital

From 2 April 2024, some Kingston Hospital Pain Clinic services will be moving temporarily to the Sandalwood Suite at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton.

The Sandalwood Suite is a bright, spacious and self-contained area.

We are contacting patients whose appointments will be affected. Please check your appointment letter carefully to find out if you need to go to Kingston Hospital or Queen Mary’s Hospital.

If you have any questions, please contact the Kingston Hospital Pain Clinic team on 020 8934 2563 or 020 8934 2453.


The Chronic Pain Management Service at Kingston Hospital offers a range of medical and non-medical interventions for people living with chronic pain. We are an interdisciplinary team with expertise in management and treatment of chronic pain. Our goal is to improve pain control, support adaptive changes to improve daily function, productivity and overall quality of life. The multidisciplinary team includes consultant anaesthetists, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, a pain specialist nurse, an acupuncturist, an Alexander technique teacher and office support staff, who between them combine many years of clinical expertise.

Patients with chronic pain are referred to the Chronic Pain Management Service by health professionals, including general practitioners, extended scope practitioner physiotherapists and hospital-based consultants, such as orthopaedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, neurologists and rheumatologists.

We provide advice and treatment for a wide range of chronic pain conditions, including: chronic back, head and neck pain, post-surgical pain, reflex sympathetic dystrophies, post-herpetic neuralgia and other neuropathic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic pelvic pain, vulvodynia/vestibulitis, temperomandibular joint pain, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and various neurological conditions.

Most people attending the pain clinic have already tried a number of treatments but unfortunately are still experiencing pain.  People have usually had pain for over 6 months and this type of pain is defined as chronic pain.  Treatments offered will depend on your pain condition and will be discussed with you on an individual basis however options include:

  • Interventions e.g. injections
  • Medication reviews
  • Pain Management Programme –
  • Mindfulness Programme
  • Exercise Programme
  • Pain Specialist Physiotherapy
  • Pain Specialist Psychology
  • Acupuncture
  • Alexander Technique


The British Pain Society website has some useful information if you would like to find out more.

We look forward to meeting you at your upcoming appointment.

Pain clinic leaflets

Advice following facet joint injections

Screen shot of facet joint leaflet


Contact Us

Patient enquiries: 020 8546 7711 ext 2453 / 2563

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