Dr Michael Stafford is a consultant in anaesthesia with a special interest in chronic pain management. He practices exclusively at Kingsbridge Private Hospital in Belfast.
Dr Michael Stafford is a consultant in anaesthesia with a special interest in chronic pain management. He has been a consultant at the Ulster Hospital, Belfast since January 2005.He has been lead specialist for chronic pain management at the Ulster Hospital since 2013. On completion of specialist training in Northern Ireland, Dr Stafford undertook a one year fellowship in chronic pain management at the Wasser Pain Management Centre, based in the Mount Sinai Hospital Toronto, one of the largest, multi-disciplinary pain management centres in Canada. Current interests include management of: Neck and shoulder pain and radicular arm painPain related to nerve damage (Neuropathic pain)Chronic headache and migraine, including botulinum toxin injections. Dr Stafford practices exclusively at 3fivetwo via Kingsbridge Private Hospital in Belfast. Qualifications MB, BCh, BAO – Queen’s University Belfast. July 1993FFARCSI – Dublin. May 1998MD – Belfast December 2004FFPMCAI – Dublin – November 2008 "
I spend most of my spare time transporting 3 very active children from one sporting, dancing or musical event to another. When I get some time for myself, I enjoy walking my dogs and driving fast cars and motorcycles.
MB, BCh, BAO
Queen’s University of Belfast. July 1993
Fellowship of Faculty of Anaesthesia (Royal College of Surgeons,Dublin)
Epidural Steroid in the Management of Sciatica. Queen's Universoty of Belfast. December 2003
Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (College of Anaesthetists, Ireland)