Suffering in pain? You are not alone

Chronic pain can feel like a lonely experience but in fact, it affects more than 14 million people in the UK. However, many people suffer needlessly and could find relief through modern pain management treatments and a holistic approach that considers mind and body alike.
At Berkshire Pain Clinic, we strongly believe in the ethos and philosophy that treating the whole person is vital, as ongoing pain has a profound impact on both physical and mental wellbeing, and on those close to you.

Quite often, people with chronic pain are referred from one specialist doctor to another for a number of years without a proper diagnosis, explanation or adequate treatment. If this sounds like you – or one of your patients – we can help.

Conditions we commonly treat

Chances are, your current treatment method is masking your pain, thus offering temporary results.

At Berkshire Pain Clinic, we consider all aspects of your lifestyle before offering you treatment options. By understanding the why behind your pain, you can make lifestyle changes to minimise the impact of the pain on your life.

Below are the various conditions we treat:

Meet The Team

At the Berkshire Pain Clinic, we have some of the most qualified and dedicated pain management consultants in the UK.

Our goal is to put our patients in the driving seat, allowing them to manage their pain and return to an active and enjoyable life.

If this is what you have been looking for, please get in touch with us to make a referral or book an appointment.

Dr Deepak Ravindran

Founder/Director/Partner

Dr Husham Al-Shather

Partner

Dr Ranganathan Iyer

Partner

Dr Sally-Ann Ryder

Partner

Our locations

Berkshire Pain Clinic is situated in 6 different locations. For exact addresses and phone numbers, please click the button below.

Testimonials From Our Pain-Free Patients

Our Insurance Partners

We treat every patient as an individual

We take time to listen to you and your concerns. We carefully study your medical history and seek to obtain all the relevant information about your condition.

We start with a thorough and comprehensive evaluation to determine the cause of the pain and its effect on everyday life. The next step is to agree with an evidence-based treatment plan with defined goals so that everyone knows what to expect along the way. Our treatment plans are based on the P4 treatment approach.

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Personalized

We understand that each patient is unique and deserves a specific treatment plan so we help the patient with the most effective intervention to help improve health and quality of life with medicines, injections, lifestyle choice or even diet change.

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Preventative

Our treatment plans will give patients a blueprint for effective prevention strategies that will result in longer-term better health after the present episode of pain.

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Participatory

We understand the importance of the patient’s participation in reaching their goals and we will work with them to help achieve this.

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Predictive

We look after our patients in a holistic manner and understand their specific issues so that we can predict a possible increased risk of side effects from either drugs, injections or treatments and so take all possible steps to minimize these factors to promote function and quality of life.

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About Berkshire Pain Clinic

In 2010, Dr. Deepak Ravindran started his pain management service at the Spire Dunedin Hospital in Reading. The practice has since grown and now with the help of his partners Dr. Ranganathan Iyer, Dr. Sally-Ann Ryder and Dr. Husham Al-Shather the clinic is now able to offer a fully comprehensive pain management service throughout Berkshire and surrounding areas. 

We cover the areas of Slough, Windsor, Bracknell, Ascot, Maidenhead, Reading, Wokingham, Henley-on-Thames, and Newbury.

Berkshire Pain Clinic offers patients a wide range of traditional pain treatment options including medication management, injections, radiofrequency treatment.

We also offer advice, as well as refer nutritionists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, acupuncturists, osteopaths and various other allied healthcare professionals through our network.

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