The Berkshire Pain Clinic is proud to work with some fantastic colleagues locally and nationally to provide the multidisciplinary holistic input required to create a more comprehensive treatment plan for you. Some of our colleagues are listed below and we have more being added to make our network much bigger and more complete.
Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in General Adult Psychiatry and Liaison Psychiatry (interface between psychological and physical health).
Dr Hussain’s areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, traumatic stress, personality disorders, functional neurological disorders and psychosomatic disorders. He also runs a specialist service in the NHS for functional neurological disorders.
Dr Amber Johnston specialises in clinical, health, pain management, and neuropsychology. She works with those suffering from a wide array of challenges, including those with only mild stress looking to explore themselves and build healthier emotional tools, to those with more significant clinical diagnoses needing more formal treatment.
MSc, BSc Nutrition and Dietetics, ADAPT Trained Practitioner from Kresser Institute, Functional Medicine and ancestral health training.
Carin’s areas of expertise include gut health, food intolerances, diabetes and other blood sugar disorders, hypothalamic amenorrhea, and hypothyriodism.
Amanda is a Trauma and Internal Family System Informed Wellbeing Coach, working with clients helping them along their Personal Recovery Journey from Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and other persistent Psychophysiologic Disorders.
Carole struggled with Chronic Pain for many years herself before finally being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue in 2007, She is now fully recovered and works to find the ‘Why’ behind other people’s chronic pain, running her own online business Chronic Pain Relief Online Clinic.
Charlotte Walker is an experienced osteopath with a particular interest and specialism in chronic pain and other stress related illnesses. She graduated with a degree in Osteopathic Medicine from BCOM in 1996, and later as a post-graduate from the Sutherland Cranial College.
Having qualified in 1993 I went on to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I soon began to notice patterns in patients -why do so many people have back pain and IBS? Why so many with thyroid issues and neck / shoulder pain.? Why so many internal autoimmune conditions or chronic inflammatory conditions alongside musculoskeletal pain conditions?