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Dr Neal Evans


Dr Neal Evans is a Consultant in Pain Management specialising in spinal conditions.  After qualifying at the Royal London Hospital, he went on to do research at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge before doing pain graduate training at Oxford and St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London.  He was appointed Consultant at Bucks Hospitals NHS Trust in 2003 based at Amersham, Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville Hospitals. He became a founding Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2007 and became the Regional Advisor for Pain Medicine for Oxford deanery.  From 2018 – 2024 he was the Clinical Lead for Pain medicine for Bucks NHS Trust.

His specialist interests are spinal pain management and neuromodulation, and he runs multi-disciplinary combined clinics for spinal and facial pain.  He is a tutor for the Royal College and has lectured and run instructional classes nationally and internationally.

Dr Evans’ ethos in treating patients with persistent pain concentrates on accurate diagnosis leading to a carefully constructed treatment pathway.  Patients are often frustrated and present with a variety of symptoms that give considerable disability but have not been linked in a meaningful way.  He aims to add cohesion to the often uncoordinated traditional pathway for people with pain issues.

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Practices, Qualifications and more

Current Post

Consultant in Pain Medicine since August 2003. Bucks Hospitals NHS Trust. Clinical Lead since 2018.

Other Practices

Other practices at BMI The Chiltern & Shelburne Hospitals since 2003, Smart Clinics in Chelsea and The Beaconsfield Clinic.

Clinical Appointments

After qualification in Medicine I continued to work at the Royal London Hospital training in Anaesthesia. I then transferred to Cambridge to work in Intensive Care Medicine before doing a research fellowship for 18 months specifically looking at the role of Remifentanil in fast tracking high risk surgical admissions.  From here I did a year at the Bristol as registrar where I attained FRCA. I then moved to Oxford for the remainder of my training attaining CCST in 2003.


I continue to be active in teaching and contribute to a pain online forum for Consultants regularly.  I have published three books on Intensive Care Medicine and chapters and articles on Pain topics. I lecture regularly and present annually at the Doctors Updates course in Val D’Isere in the French Alps at the radiology meeting.


The London Hospital Medical College 1987-92 attaining M.B.B.S

I trained in Anaesthesia and attained FRCA in 1998 and went on to train in Pain Medicine as a sub-speciality attaining Fellowship in the Faculty of Pain Medicine FFPMRCA in 2007 (Founding Fellow).

Pain Training

I split my training time between the Oxford Pain Unit under Prof Henry McQuay and St Barts Hospital, London.  Here I was able to combine the academic aspects of pain medicine at the Oxford unit and worked on the evidence based Bandolier publication, with the pain interventionist aspect at Barts.

Other Roles

I was the Regional Advisor in Pain Medicine to the Royal College of Anaesthetists for the Oxford Deanery from 2007-10 and coordinated and supervised all training in Pain Medicine.  I have lectured widely on pain interventions and have been a regular tutor on national courses. Since 2018 I have been the Clinical Lead for Pain Medicine in Bucks Hospitals NHS Trust and have overseen many changes including centralising pain outpatient services at one site in Amersham.