Dr Subhash Kandikattu

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Written by a NHS patient at Stamford and Rutland Hospital
21st June 2022


Dr Kandikattu made me feel comfortable at all times and talked through the procedure. He is a genuinely caring doctor.

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Written by a NHS patient at Stamford and Rutland Hospital
21st June 2022


I have had pain management spinal injections twice by Dr Kandikattu. He is very professional, very knowledgeable and very caring. He inquired about my comfort and pain all throughout My treatment. I could honestly recommend him to anybody.

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Written by a NHS patient at Peterborough City Hospital
8th June 2022


Dr. Kandikattu explained in detail the procedure he was going to perform. During the procedure he constantly checked my well-being. He is a very pleasant man who is easy to talk to and very professional

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Written by a NHS patient at Peterborough City Hospital
3rd June 2022


very plesent and polite. very informative and caring. is constantly checking you are ok when working on you and reasuring you through out any procedure im a sevire needle phob and he was brilliant when doing my spinal injections honestly didnt hurt to much. very caring man a pleasure to have someone who actually cares about the patient. cant say enough good things.

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Written by a NHS patient at Peterborough City Hospital
26th May 2022


I was quite nervous in having my facet joint injections, but Dr Subhash alleviated any worries I had, he was very professional, polite, and caring he explained every procedure and every action he made, if I felt any pain, even the slightest he stopped and controlled it before he carried on. I highly recommend this Doctor, especially if you ned pain management or pain procedures in the future, he is a credit to his profession. I cannot put any negative comment down because there was none, also I must recommend his care team, as they also are a credit to the NHS. Excellent work.

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Dr Subhash Kandikattu was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2022 for delivering outstanding care.

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Dr Kandikattu is one of the few pain medicine consultants in East Anglia to have gained certification in the Fellowship in Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP). He uses the biopsychosocial model of pain to offer modern assessment and management of his patients’ pain at the Peterborough City & Stamford Hospital, Fitzwilliam and Boston West and Clementine Churchill Hospitals.

“Whilst doing my pain training at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital and Hillingdon Hospital, I was inspired by the pioneers in pain management there and I became keen to learn new techniques.”

“I am pleased to now be able to tutor students studying for their MSc in Regional Anaesthetics at the University of East Anglia and I hope that I can instil some of desire to embrace new and modern pain management techniques in these trainees.”

Dr Kandikattu offers comprehensive pain management to people suffering from chronic pain from their head to their toes including: cancer, musculoskeletal and spinal (neck, chest, lower back, sciatica), neuropathic, complex regional pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic headaches and persistent post-surgical pain.

He performs a full range of pain interventions including epidurals, facet and sacroiliac joint injections, radiofrequency denervations, most of which are image-guided using x-ray or ultrasound guidance. He is also an expert in treating acute pain and inpatient pain management.

He offers outpatient appointments and inpatient care for pain management intervention at the Fitzwilliam and Boston West Hospitals. Patients struggling with chronic post-operative pain may need further pain management to relieve their discomfort and Dr Kandikattu can offer a back-up service for them too.

“I use this holistic model of approach for all my patients, taking all the biological, psychological and, social factors into account as each can impact on a patient’s pain. It’s important to treat patients as a whole.” said Dr Kandikattu.

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