Private Back Pain Specialist

Back pain is a common problem in your lower back, although it can be felt anywhere along your spine from your neck to your hips.

By Andrew Hatfield
Updated: 20th July 2020

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If you are concerned about your back pain, you should speak to your GP. You can ask to be privately referred to our Consultant Neurosurgeon or Consultant Pain Specialist.

Why choose Fairfield?

  • Consultant level care every time
  • Flexible appointments to suit you
  • No waiting lists or long delays

Comprehensive service

We have a Neurosurgeon and a Consultant Pain Specialist, as well as a Team of Orthopaedic Consultants, Consultant Radiologists and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists, who provide a comprehensive service for patients who suffer from back pain.

You will be offered an appointment at the earliest convenient date for you.

During your initial consultation, you will be seen by a consultant, who is trained specifically to diagnose and treat back pain.

To assist your consultation, if it is clinically required, you will also have direct access to diagnostic investigations such as MRI, Ultrasound, and X-Rays.

We work with all known insurance companies, and offer competitive self-pay prices if you do not have health insurance.

Did you know? If you are suffering from back pain you can self refer to see one of our Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists without seeing your GP. Initial assessments cost from £35. For more information contact our physiotherapy department on 01744 746 432 or enquiries@fairfield.org.uk

How to book a private consultation

To book your private appointment, you will require a referral letter from your GP. If you have medical insurance, ensure you have authorisation before proceeding with your consultation.

To book your consultation contact us on 01744 746 425 or email enquiries@fairfield.org.uk

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Which conditions are related to back pain?

  • Sciatica
  • Slipped or Prolapsed Disc
  • Whiplash

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Key facts

The information on this page is for reference only and has been reviewed by appropriate medical or clinical professionals. The information contained on this page should not be a substitute for professional medical advice nor is it intended to be for medical diagnosis or treatment.