An experienced Pain Physician, Dr Green received specialist training in Oxford, UK and completed an accredited Fellowship in Canada, becoming a Consultant in Cambridge University Hospital Addenbrookes in 2012 and subsequently University Hospitals Plymouth in 2017
Dr Green is the Clinical Director of the Chronic Pain Clinic at the Tertiary Pain Management Centre of University Hospital Plymouth, Derriford. He is therefore actively engaged in improving patient treatment.
Dr Green has a particular interest in spinal pain, and is the lead interventionalist for neck pain in the Pain Clinic. His other interests are large joint pain (shoulder and knee), and neuropathic pain, including pain after surgery or injury. He has a leading role in the Spinal Cord Stimulation Neuromodulation Service, and is the Clinical Lead for the Chronic Pain management of Trigeminal Neuralgia and refractory headaches, working closely with colleagues in Neurology and Neurosurgery.
Dr Green was a full-time Consultant in The University of Cambridge Addenbrookes Hospital from 2012 - 2017. During that time he was the Local Pain Medicine Educational Supervisor for the Faculty of Pain Medicine, UK, and elected Lead of the Addenbrookes Pain Consultants Group.
SPECIALIST & FELLOWSHIP SUBSPECIALTY TRAINING
Dr Green received his specialty (residency) training in Oxford, UK working in notable centres including the John Radcliffe University Hospital, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, and Churchill Pain Relief Unit, as well as The Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, where he received additional training in Regional Anaesthesia.
Dr Green also completed accredited Fellowship Training in Ottawa, Canada in cancer and non-cancer pain and neuromodulation, including both intrathecal drug delivery and spinal cord stimulation.
He was awarded his Certificate of Completion of Specialty Training in 2012, and was entered on to the Specialist Register with the GMC. He is a Fellow of both the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Pain Medicine.