Prof. Tadhg Lynch
Blackrock Clinic, Suite 11 |
Galway Clinic, Suite 6 |
I am passionate about meeting people who are suffering with chronic and persistent pain and working together to find both multidisciplinary and interventional treatment options. Severe pain in the spine and major joints is very common and every patient deserves to be listened to, respected and treated with compassion. I and my team strive to provide the best treatment available.
Medical Bachelor and Bachelor of Surgery MBBCh, NUI Galway graduate 2001, Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCPI), Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS), Fellow of the College of Anaesthetists of the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (FCARCSI), Diploma in Pain Medicine of the College of Anaesthetists (Dip Pain Med CAI), European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia (EDRA), Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland (FFPMCAI), Fellow in Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP)
My current clinical research includes multidisciplinary and interventional aspects of pain medicine including cutting edge research in Neuromodulation/ Spinal Cord Stimulation and Regenerative Medicine (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatments for chronic pain.
Following completion of specialist training in Anaesthesia Intensive Care and Pain Medicine (Specialist Registrar Training leading to Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training), I completed fellowship training in advanced treatments for chronic pain including Neuromodulation/ spinal cord stimulation in the John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford and Guys and St Thomas's Hospital London.