Dr. Madhur Chadha is a consultant in pain management at Primus hospital. He is a trained EPM (essential pain management trainer) from Faculty of Pain Medicine, Australia. He is co-administrator of Traveling pain school page, an education wing supported by various learned bodies across the globe. He has worked closely with various palliative and rehabilitation organizations. He is a part of a training and education, advocacy program under Traveling pain school, which has taught more than 5000 doctors and nursing staff on the importance of pain management and is still doing the same across the country.
- Chronic musculoskeletal pain
- Spine and joint pains
- Regenerative medicine
- Neuropathic pain
- Cancer pain and palliative care
- Radiofreqeuncy denervation for spine and joints: more than 2000 till now
Implants for cancer pain:
- USG guided shoulder and knee joint procedures more than 3000.
- Opioid and cancer pain management reguraly
- Sympathetic blocks for peripheral vascular disease more
- Trigeminal Ganglion block and radiofrequency more than 100
- M.B.B.S- 1999 BVP Medical college Maharashtra.
- MMed(Masters of Medicine In Pain Medicine) : 2015- UST and Pain management Research Institute Sydney.
- Fellowship In Pain Medicine- 2013, Axon Group and Sri Ramkrishna Pain and Research Institute Coimbatore.
- Diploamate National Board (DNB) Anesthesiology- 2007 St.Stephen’s Hospital Delhi
- International Association OF Study of Pain (USA).
- Pain Research Forum Harvard( USA).
- Indian Society Of Pain (India).
- Pain Research Forum (USA).
- Indian Society OF Anaesthesiology
Awards and Honours:
- He has various original research articles on chronic pain in both national and international Journals.
- He has coauthored a book chaptered in the widely acclaimed Textbook of Pain Management by Dr Joshi.
- He has been invited as both national and international faculty for various conferences to deliver talks on pain management.
- Original research submitted to University of santo Tomas on inflammatory vs degenerative sacro-iliac joint arthritis in young male population.