Although qualifying as a consultant anaesthetist, for the last decade Dr Dominic Aldington has decided to focus his time entirely on pain management. He is an expert in the management of both acute and chronic pain including migraine.
He has more than 75 publications to his name include in the New England Journal of Medicine, the American Journal of Public Health, the British Medical Journal , the Cochrane Database and the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.
He has presented at meetings throughout the world including Florida, Washington DC, Montreal, Las Vegas, Japan and throughout Europe.
He is a member of the British Pain Society and the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). He is the vice-chairman of the IASP Special Interest Group on the Pain of Torture, Organised Violence and War.
Having served in the Royal Army Medical Corps for more than 2 decades he was the Subject Matter Expert in Pain to the Surgeon General and was responsible for organising pain relief from the point of injury until a the casualty left the service. This saw him working at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine in Birmingham.
He is currently the chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee for COBSEO and the Surgeon General’s Advisor of Veterans’ Health and is involved in the development of pain clinics for military veterans.
He has worked as a consultant in pain medicine in Oxford where he was the clinical lead for a period. He now works in Winchester where his is the current clinical lead for pain management in the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
He also sees patients at BMI Hampshire Clinic, BMI Sarum Rd., and the Nuffield Wessex Hospital.
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