Dr Attam Singh
Dr Attam Singh MB BS, FRCA, FFPMRCA is a Clinical Associate of the London Pain Clinic. As a Consultant in Pain Medicine, Dr Singh is very experienced in both the assessment and treatment of pain. Dr Singh is a multi-award winning Consultant, with awards including the Clinical Excellence Award for showing Care and Compassion in Clinical Practice in 2013 and Health Service Journal Award for Patient Safety in 2014. In addition to his Harley Street private practice, Dr Singh is a Consultant in Pain Medicine based at the award winning Hip Fracture Unit in West Hertfordshire NHS Trust, where he has developed a dynamic and cohesive pathway for treating painful broken hips which is now being replicated across the country. Furthermore, he is the Acute Pain Lead at Watford General Hospital where he manages the Acute Pain team.
Dr Singh specialises in musculoskeletal and neuropathic pain of either single or multiple origin providing a personalised, holistic approach to treat and perform interventional procedures when necessary. He uses targeted nerve techniques with ultrasound to promote a prompt and speedy recovery.
Dr Singh’s other specialisms also include:
- Neck and Back pain
- Head and face pain
- Joint pain
- Widespread pain issues, such as CRPS
- Pelvic Pain
- Medicinal Cannabis
- Lidocaine Infusions
Dr Singh qualified in anaesthesia before becoming professional trained as a Consultant in Pain Medicine and has worked in hospitals both in the UK and USA. Dr Singh is an educator and regularly teaches trainees and other medical personnel having presented abstracts and posters at national and international conferences. He is also a keen researcher and has spent time researching new forms of neuromodulation for the long term treatment of neuropathy in London. He was also awarded a prestigious fellowship at the world renowned University of Michigan, where he taught and demonstrated his procedural techniques. He also is committed to continuing professional development.
Dr Singh is keen advocate for working with overseas populations who would not otherwise have access to the high quality healthcare services. He has organised charitable medical outreach treatment centres in rural India, where he and colleagues treated over 700 people, who otherwise would not have had access to medical services and treatment.