Meet the Team

Dr Murli Krishna

Consultant Pain Medicine

f7a0a54c92471ac4480e727e4ccf93df_sDr Krishna is a Consultant in Pain Medicine in Bristol. He has trained in Anaesthesia and has successfully completed a fellowship in Pain Medicine in the UK.

Dr Krishna is committed to a career in Pain Medicine. The issues of pain assessment and management captured Dr Krishna’s attention early on in his medical career, when he realized the high prevalence and constant under treatment of pain in the hospitals and the community. Though pain is considered to be the 5th vital sign, the adverse consequences of inadequately managed pain continue to be ignored by the majority of health care professionals. Through Pain Spa Dr Krishna is committed to improving the pain and suffering of patients with chronic pain.

Dr Krishna has a wide range of experience in treating patients with chronic pain. He currently treats more than 500 new patients annually in the NHS and deals with a wide range of chronic pain conditions. His specialist interests include back pain, neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia and interventional pain treatments.

Dr Krishna firmly believes in the holistic approach of pain management, one that focuses not only on pain relief but also the functional and emotional well being of the patient. He is a great advocate of patient empowerment through patient education and considers clinical consultation to be a partnership based on effective communication and collaboration between the patient and the doctor.

Dr Krishna is a member of the Faculty of Pain Medicine in the UK and is registered with the General Medical Council.

Lindsey Fairweather

Health Care Assistant

Lindsey Fairweather has recently joined the Pain Spa team as a healthcare assistant. She brings with her a wealth of experience, having worked in a variety of settings in the past including operating theatres and outpatient department. Lindsey has also worked with patients suffering from cancer and understands the complex needs of chronic pain patients. Over the years she has embraced the meaning of health in the true sense: a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of pain or disease.

Lindsey is a firm believer in treating patients with care and compassion and without discrimination. Her empathetic disposition tends to put patients immediately at ease. Lindsey possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills, making her an invaluable member of the multidisciplinary team.  She prides herself on giving her best at all times and working tirelessly for the benefit of her patients.

Pain Spa hopes to have a long and healthy relationship with Lindsey Fairweather.

Jo Creedy

Medical Secretary

fa55c8bad0e242eb7986dc1135b50adb_sJo Creedy is a fully qualified medical secretary with more than 17 years experience. She has spent a major part of her career with the Pain clinic in the NHS and has found her work extremely rewarding. Jo fully comprehends the unique challenges faced by chronic pain patients and strives hard to provide an outstanding and compassionate service.

At Pain Spa our guiding principle is ‘Patients First’. Putting patients first not only requires excellence in clinical care but also ensuring that every encounter with our team is a positive experience for them. As the first point of contact with the patients, Jo plays a vital role in fulfilling our mission of consistently providing a patient- centered service that exceeds their expectations. With excellent communication and organizational skills and high level of interpersonal skills Jo is able to deal confidently and sensitively with our patients.

Keen attention to detail, ability to stay calm under pressure, remaining focused and working to tight deadlines, maintaining confidentiality and respecting patient privacy are some of the many attributes that make Jo Creedy an indispensible member of the Pain Spa team.

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