Education & training
Dr Danesh is a Pain Management Specialist who prides himself in adopting a holistic, contemporary, interdisciplinary and patient-centered approach to chronic pain, integrating patient education, functional restoration and intervention and neuromodulation in his day to day practice. He has had the privilege to train and practice with world-class expertsin the field of Interventional Pain Medicine nationally and internationally. Dr Danesh, holds specialist qualifications in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia and is a fellow of both Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Faculty of Pain Medicine of Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists along with membership with International Neuromodulation Society. He has trained and practiced at some of the most prestigious academic centres around Australia, including Gold Coast Hospital (QLD), Queen Elizabeth Hospital (SA), Women's & Children's Hospital (SA), Royal Adelaide Hospital (SA), Royal Children's Hospital (VIC), Royal Brisbane Hospital (QLD). He has been practicing in both private & public hospitals & clinics for the past two decades. He speaks 3 languages; English, Farsi and Azerbaijani and completed his Medical degree at Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in 2003. Respect, empathy and compassion combined with a scientific approach to achieve the reduction of pain and suffering combined with achieving functional restoration are the most prominent drivers behind his current practice.
Anaesthetist provide high quality anaesthesia services in a range of surgical areas. Their main job is also to be responsible at the same time for the safety and well-being of the patient in the operating theatre. This involves supporting a patient's vital signs, ensuring the patient is hydrated, warm and comfortable at the conclusion of the procedure. In addition, anaesthetist have a range of practice which extends beyond anaesthesia for surgery to include pain management and intensive care. Anaesthetist adjust the doses of the anaesthesia inducing drugs indivually on a patient by patient basis. Pain medicine physician is the biopsychosocial assessment and management of persons with complex pain, especially when an underlying condition is not directly treatable. The scope of pain medicine supplements that of other medical disciplines, and utilises interdisciplinary skills to promote improved quality-of-life through improved physical, psychological and social function. Pain medicine prescribes medication, co-ordinates rehabilitative services, performs pain relieving procedures.
- Practice name Multidisciplinary Sydney Pain Centre Auburn suite
- Address 103/39 Queen Street, Auburn, NSW, 2144
- Suburb or City Auburn, NSW