Dr Yasser Mehrez is a leading consultant in pain medicine, anaesthesia and intensive care. He currently practices at his NHS and private clinic in Milton Keynes where he treats all types of chronic pain using advanced techniques such as fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided interventional pain management procedures. Dr Mehrez leads a team of clinicians, psychologists, physiotherapists and nurses to deliver a high standard multidisciplinary pain service to his patients.
He has a special interest in treating back, neck, joint and facial pain, post-surgical scar pain, neuropathic pain and cancer pain using minimally invasive procedures. These include epidural injections, pulsed radiofrequency treatments, neuromodulation, removal of epidural adhesions and many more. Dr Mehrez ensures his patients receive the best long-term pain relief using a range of sophisticated medicines and techniques.
Dr Mehrez spent most of training in major institutions. He has gained extensive experience in pain medicine including multidisciplinary planning through working closely with other specialties. For example he has started joint clinics with the spinal surgical team, joint efforts with urology teamed also primary care teams to allow the patient to clear understanding of their treatment options and to access the agreed line of treatment in timely manner. Dr Mehrez uses up to date treatments and technology to help his patients to benefit from advances in the growing specialty of pain medicine.
Dr Mehrez was trained at South Thames School in London; he spent a year at Guy’s and St Thomas' Hospital Pain Management Centre practicing the most advanced techniques in neuromodulation and pain management. He now works as a Lead Clinician at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS trust, at his private clinic and teaches as an honorary clinical lecturer at the University of Buckingham Medical School. He is also a professional member of the Neuromodulation Society of the United Kingdom and Ireland, The British Pain Society and the International Association for the Study of Pain.
He is actively involved in the day-to-day running and strategic planning for the pain services in Milton Keynes. He is continuously involved in planning and redesigning the pain service in the area by advising, communicating and educating the services in the community. He is also in charge of monitoring pilot community pain services and introduced patient information booklets and various leaflets currently used at the clinic. He's actively involved in the education of his junior colleagues, general practitioners, nursing staff and most importantly, his patients.
For information leaflets on individual treatments, please use the search function on the Royal College of Anaesthetists website (link in websites below).