Dr Sally-Ann Ryder - Pain Management Consultant, Berkshire Independent Hospital, Reading

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Dr Sally-Ann Ryder - Pain Management

Dr Sally-Ann Ryder is a Pain Management Consultant at Berkshire Independent Hospital in Berkshire, Reading.

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Clinical interests

Dr Ryder completed her medical degree at St Mary’s Hospital, London and her postgraduate training in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine in Bristol. From 2004 to 2015 she was a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust. Since that time, she has worked independently in both specialities.
Dr Ryder offers a comprehensive diagnostic and investigative service. She strongly believes that a holistic approach to managing pain is vital, and advises on medication, physical therapy, psychological treatment as well as performing a variety of interventional procedures as required such as medial branch blocks, nerve root blocks, suprascapular blocks, trigger point injections, sacroiliac joint injections and peripheral nerve blocks using ultrasound and X-ray as required.

She specialises in seeing patients with all types of pain including spinal pain, neuropathic (nerve) pain, chronic (longstanding) pain, scar pain, headache, coccydynia (tail bone pain) and abdominal pain. 

Academic background

BSc
MBBS 
MRCP 
FRCAF
FPMRCA

Professional Memberships

Royal College of Anaesthetists
Association of Anaesthetists 
Faculty of Pain Medicine of Royal College of Anaesthetists

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