Dr. Sean White

MB BS FRCA FIIP

Sean has been a dedicated Pain Medicine specialist for over 12 years, and enjoys working with his colleagues from many disciplines. The bulk of his clinical practice revolves around the non-surgical treatment of spinal and joint-related pain.

Career to Date

Sean’s primary training was in anaesthesia acquiring his full qualification at the Royal College of Anaesthetists. He then enrolled, as the first accepted candidate in the newly established North London Pain Medicine Fellowship. As a qualified Consultant, he worked within two NHS trust hospitals, latterly St Bartholomew’s and the London NHS Trust. Subsequently Sean was invited to become a Fellow of the faculty of Pain Medicine Royal College of Anaesthetists, due to his experience and previous qualifications. His most recent qualification is as a Fellow in Pain Practice, which is a fully independent and internationally recognised qualification under the auspices of the World Institute of Pain (WIP). He has also been invited to regularly teach on a WIP course, lecturing and demonstrating interventional techniques to enhance the training of junior colleagues in his chosen areas of medical experience.

Sean has been a dedicated Pain Medicine specialist for over 12 years, and enjoys working with his colleagues from many disciplines. The bulk of his clinical practice revolves around the non-surgical treatment of spinal and joint-related pain. However, he has a particular interest in dealing with complex pain syndromes generated by multiple mechanisms. This covers a broad range of areas from post-trauma, cancer and neuropathic pain, where nerve damage has occurred. He uses a range of techniques addressing both physical and emotional aspects of pain. Sean’s approach is aimed at not only controlling and removing pain, but also to ensure the necessary lifestyle changes are made to prevent recurrence and to improve each patient’s health globally, with a holistic approach.

When not working, Sean is a long suffering Arsenal FC fan. He also enjoys a spot of wine-tasting. Clearly the two past-times have a logical and desirable linkage.

Firstly , a massive thank to you all for being such bloody amazing specialists in your professionals and more importantly for your kindness and caring in seeing me so quickly. My care has been second to none, thank you!

So this morning I am delighted to say , I currently feel little pain in my lower leg, just a heavy sensation AND I have very little pain in my ankle too.
I have a bit of isolated pain to the ankle bone and stiffened at the back of the ankle when I push my toes forward but that's about it at the moment.

When I compare the pain to the last few years and most recent days post surgery, and as you know I would of consented to you taking a chain-saw to the leg!

So the leg it feeling really good and let hope its lasts.

You have clearly done some something amazing !!! Thank you all.

February 21, 2017

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