Dr A T Arasu Rayen is a Consultant in Pain Management. He has more than 20 years’ experience in treating wide variety of chronic pain conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome, neuropathic pain, lumbar spinal pain & sciatica, thoracic spinal pain, cervical spinal pain & whiplash, shoulder pain, pelvic pain, pain after surgery & trauma, and complex headaches
"Dr Rayen consults at the BMI Priory Hospital, West Midlands Hospital,and Rowley Hall Hospital,"
"Dr Rayen treats more than 800 new patients and performs more than 800 chronic pain-relieving pain injections in a year. He is based at Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, Birmingham"Read more
Dr A T Arasu Rayen has been a Medical Expert in both chronic pain and anaesthesia cases. He has been preparing evidence for the Court in matters of personal injury and medical negligence for over 10 years. He currently typically prepares claimant, defence or medical negligence reports, in total, in the region of two to three medical reports each month, both in chronic pain and anaesthesia. Most chronic pain reports relate to the more complex presentations of chronic pain associated with significant functional impairment.
Dr A T Arasu Rayen runs his medicolegal practice through Pain Expert Limited (https://www.pain-expert.org/team/dr-arasu-rayen/). Pain Expert Limited is a medical chamber with only invited medical specialists who run their medicolegal practices through the chamber. Through Pain Expert Limited Dr Rayen provides courts in the UK with well-structured medicolegal reports that meet the requirements set out in CPR35, PD35, and Guidance for the Instruction of Experts in Civil Claims 2014.
Dr A T Arasu Rayen has active clinical practice in his specialist fields and a genuine interest in providing his expert opinion to assist the courts in the assessment of personal injury and clinical negligence claimsMedicalcare
Chronic pain is the pain that persists beyond the time of healing or pain associated with diseases in which healing does not take place. If any pain persists beyond more than 3 – 6 months, it is defined as chronic pain. Acute pain that occurs with any injury similar to fracture, bruising etc, improves when fracture heals, or bruising improves. Acute pain serves a purpose – warning that there is danger. Contrast to that, in most of the chronic pain conditions, pain does not mean there is danger. Chronic pain can occur without any obvious cause.
Chronic pain is a common problem around the world. It is estimated that around 3 – 5 % wold population suffers with chronic pain. This equates to nearly 1.5 billion people. Chronic pain has several impacts in the sufferer’s life including financial, work and family related problems and psychological issues. Some examples of chronic pain are chronic low back and neck pain, shoulder, knee and hip pain associated with arthritis, chronic headache, chronic abdominal pain, chronic pelvic pain, pain following stroke, nerve injuries or chicken pox. Dr Rayen has several years of experience in treating the above and several other chronic pain conditions".
Dr Rayen has several years of experience in treating several other chronic pain conditions.
Greater Occipital nerve block
Supraorbital and trochlear nerve block
Trigger point injections
Cervical facet joint injections
facet median nerve block
Cervical root sleeve block | Stellate ganglion block
Brachial plexus block – interscalene block
Intraarticular shoulder injection
Bursa injections | Suprascapular nerve block
Suprascapular nerve pulsed radiofrequency ablation (denervation)
Axillary nerve block | Trigger point injection
Injection for Tennis elbow
Injection for Golfer’s elbow
Peripheral nerve blocks
Thoracic facet median block | Thoracic facet denervation
Thoracic epidural | Paravertebral block
Erector spinae injection | Pectoralis major/ minor plane block
Intercostal nerve block | Costochondral infiltration
Trigger point injection
Abdomiocutaneous nerve block | Rectus sheath block
Trans abdominal plane block | Trigger point injection
Inguinal nerve block (Ileoinguinal and ileohypogastric nerve block)
Genitofemoral nerve block | Quadratus lumborum injection
Lumbar Epidural | Caudal epidural | Lumbar facet injection | Lumbar facet denervation
Lumbar tranforaminal epidural (root sleeve injection) | Lumbar dorsal root ganglion block
Lumbar selective nerve root block | Iliolumbar ligament injection | Cuneal nerve block
Sacroiliac joint injection | Sacroiliac cooled denervation | Lumbar sympathetic block
Ganglion impar block | Sacroiliac cooled denervation | Lumbar sympathetic ablation
Coccygeal infiltration Sacral nerve root block | Pudental nerve block
Trigger point injection with local steroid | Trigger point injection with botulinum toxin
Hip pain due to arthritis
Greater trochanteric bursitis
Knee pain due to arthritis
Chronic Post-Surgical pain around knee
Knee pain due to arthritis
If you wish to post a referral, please use the above address.
"Dr Rayen’s waiting time in all the above hospitals is only one or two weeks
If needed to be seen urgently, please contact us.
We will try and see you as soon as possible.
Monday - Friday :9:30 AM to 6:30 PM
address :BMI Priory Hospital, Edgbaston
phone :0121 4461670
address :West Midlands Hospitals,Halesowen
phone :01384 632638
address :Rowley Hall Hospital,Stafford
phone :01785 332898 or 01785 238677
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