Dr Das has hands-on experience in the latest technology of Pain Management and Neuromodulation, he has a strong Research background with many years of determined effort. He has a lot to offer and fulfil his personal ambition of taking away the sufferings of Chronic pain which is a disease in itself. It is a challenge that he will always meet with honesty and integrity.
Qualifications And Training
- Fellowship In Pain Medicine – FFPMCAI, Ireland
- Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP), USA
- Diploma in MSK and Sports Injuries
- Advanced training in Neuromodulation , Leeds NHS UK Trust
- CST in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain, CAI, Ireland
- MBBS, MD (PGIMER,Chandigarh, India)
- Consultant in Pain Medicine, St James’s Hospital 2015-2020
- Elected Board Member, Faculty of Pain Medicine CAI, 2018- present
- Appointed Chair of Examinations, Faculty of Pain Medicine CAI, 2018- present
- Elected Irish Representative, Neuromodulation Society of UK & IRL, 2019- present
- Spinal /MSK Pain
- Facial Pain and Headache
- Pelvic Pain
Beacon D8 Clinic:
Address: 654 Hyde Square, South Circular Road, Dublin 8
Phone number: 01 562 8686
Address: Ballinderry PVT Clinic, Ballinderry, Mullingar, Co Westmeath
Phone number: 01 293 8629
E-mail – Corrina.email@example.com
Persistent post-surgical pain
multidisciplinary management of chronic pain
Specialist training in Anaesthesia, Intensive care & Pain Medicine – Ireland
Fellowship in Pain Medicine, St Vincent’s University Hospital, Ireland
Fellowship in Pain Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK.
Consultant in Pain Management
Dr Tadhg Lynch, is a graduate of NUI Galway. His qualifications include the certificate of completion of specialist training (CCST) in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine. He is additionally qualified being a Member of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (MRCPI), a Fellow of the College of Anaesthetists (FCARCSI), a Diplomate of the Irish Board of Intensive Care of Medicine (DIBICM) and holds the Diploma in Pain Medicine (DPMed) of the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland. Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine College of Anaesthetist (FFPMCAI) and Fellow in Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP).
He has completed fellowships in Pain Medicine, Interventional Pain and Neuromodulation including fellowship training in the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
Interventional and multidisciplinary treatment of chronic pain.
- Epidural steroid injection
- Selective nerve root blocks
- Nerve/ nerve plexus blocks
- Facet joint injection/ blocks
- Radiofrequency procedures
- Spinal cord stimulation
- Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (MRCPI)
- Fellow of the College of Anaesthetists (FCARCSI)
- Diplomat of Irish Board of Intensive Care Medicine (DIBICM)
- Fellow of the Faculty of pain medicine College of Anaesthetists of Ireland (FRPMCAI)
- Fellow in Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP)
Appointments with Dr Lynch will take place in his rooms, Suite 33, The Mall.
- Referral letter from GP/ Consultant/ Physiotherapist/ Other
- Recent MRI/ x-ray on DISC