Medico-legal Expert in Chronic Pain Medicine

Expert witness reports in all aspects of chronic pain

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I am a Pain Medicine Consultant working in the tertiary Pain Clinic of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals since 2016. I was trained in South Yorkshire and Midlands and completed Pain Medicine fellowship in Sheffield and obtained Fellow of Faculty of Pain Medicine of Royal College of Anaesthetists (FFPMRCA) qualification by the examination in 2015. I also achieved European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine. I developed an interest in research and have completed the PhD. Thesis involving investigation of different approaches of anaesthesia/analgesia for total knee replacement. I'm a lead for research in Pain Medicine part of Musculoskeletal Academic Department. I can provide with expert witness reports in all aspects of chronic pain such as lower back and neck pain including acquired as consequence of accidents, post-traumatic pain, post- surgical pain, neuropathic pain and complex regional pain syndrome. I can review and discuss effects of invasive therapies for pain relief such as spinal injections. My reports are complaint with the CPR Part 35 and Practice Direction.

Medico-legal Practice

Contact:
Medico-legal Secretary - Vicky Phillips, mobile: 07725843032
Waiting time:
available
Waiting time from appointment to report:
1-2 months
Patients visits:
Claremont Hospital Sheffield and patient's home possible
Medico-legal Courses:
Medico-Legal Expert Training Courses with Specialist info:
• Medico-Legal Essentials course, 2018
• Clinical Negligence Medico-Legal course, 2018
• Advanced Medico-Legal and Court Room Skills course, 2018
Membership of Medico Legal organisations:
Expert Witness Institute
Terms and conditions:
available as an attachment

Publications

Articles:

Dorsal root ganglion stimulation vs. conventional spinal cord stimulation - efficacy and patient experience of two neurostimulation methods for the treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome type II.

T Bendinger, N Plunkett. Journal of Observational Pain Medicine, 2016, Volume 1, Number 5.

Psychological factors as outcome predictors for spinal cord stimulation.

T Bendinger, N Plunkett, D Poole, D Turnbull. Neuromodulation, 2015 Aug;18(6):465-71

Measurement in Pain Medicine.

T Bendinger, N Plunkett. British Journal of Anaesthesia Education, 2016; 16(9): 310-315

Pain Relief and Related Outcomes Following Interventional Therapy for Chronic Non-cancer Pain: A Service Evaluation.

T Bendinger, S Gupta. Journal of Observational Pain Medicine – Volume 1, Number 4 (2014)

In-hospital daily insulin dose predicts long-term adverse outcome in patients with diabetes with ST elevation myocardial infarction treated with successful primary percutaneous angioplasty.

T. Jeżewski, J.Z. Peruga, J.D. Kasprzak, T. Bendinger, M. Plewka, J. Drożdż, J. Drzewoski, M. Krzeminska-Pakula. Arch Med Sci. 2014 Oct 27;10(5):913-9:

Organ donors from The Paediatric Intensive Care Unit of Polish Mother's Memorial Hospital -Research Institute.

T. Bendinger, J. Nowakowski, I. Pągowska-Klimek, W. Krajewski. Clinical and Experimental Medical Letters, 2010;51(3-4):217-219

Primary percutaneous coronary intervention versus thrombolytic therapy in patients with acute myocardial infarction. Comparison of in-hospital and long term results.

Bendinger T. Polish Journal of Cardiology 2007, 9, 5,327-333

Abstracts:

Suprascapular nerve radiofrequency ablation for chronic shoulder pain - our experience in Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

M. Berwertz, P Mathers, N Plunkett, T Bendinger. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, September/October 2017 - Volume 42 - Issue 5S - p 1–200

Gabapentin, Pegabalin is there a real problem?

M Berwertz, S Das, T Bendinger Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, September/October 2017 - Volume 42 - Issue 5S - p 1–200

Can outcomes of interventional procedures be predicted using psychological assessments? Retrospective evaluation of chronic pain patients undergoing interventional procedure, using common psychological scales.

T. Bendinger; M. Berwertz; N. Plunkett. Pain Practice. 16():138, May 2016

Psychological predictors of successful outcomes after interventional pain procedures.

T. Bendinger; M. Berwertz; N. Plunkett. British Journal of Pain, 2016

Psychological factors as outcome predictors for spinal cord stimulation.

T Bendinger, D Poole, N Plunkett. British Journal of Pain, 2015; 9(2), supplement 1.

Pain relief following interventional procedures for common chronic pain conditions - service evaluation.

T Bendinger, S Pappalwar, S Gupta. British Journal of Pain. 2015, 9(4), 199

The impact of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) on psychological factors and relationship with pain relief - long term follow up.

T. Bendinger, D Turbull, D Poole, N Plunkett. Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Management, 2014, Vol39, Number5, Sup 1

Long term analgesic efficacy of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) - time response relationship.

T. Bendinger, D Turbull, D Poole, N Plunkett. Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Management, 2014, Vol39, Number5, Sup 1

The impact of spinal cord stimulation on psychological factors and the relationship with pain relief.

T. Bendinger, D. Turbull, D. Poole, N. Plunkett. Pain Practice 2014, May, Volume 14, Issue Supplement s1

Long term analgesic efficacy of spinal cord stimulation: a five year follow up.

T. Bendinger, D. Turbull, D. Poole, N. Plunkett. Pain Practice 2014, May, Volume 14, Issue Supplement s1