Staff : Dr Christopher A. Jenner
MB BS, FRCA

Consultant Orthopaedic Spine Physician
Medical Director of Spinal Healthcare

Professional Profile

Dr. Jenner is a Consultant in Pain Medicine at Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust. He is also an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College, London, SW7.

Dr. Jenner qualified at The London Hospital Medical College in 1995. He trained in Anaesthesia at The London and St Bartholomew's Hospitals, where he developed a specialist interest in Pain Medicine.

He then underwent higher specialist training in West London, where his posts included being a Specialist Registrar in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia at St Mary's, Central Middlesex, Chelsea and Westminster and Charing Cross Hospitals.

Dr. Jenner completed a Fellowship in Pain Medicine at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London.
He is Director of Spinal Healthcare, which aims to provide pain-relief and rehabilitation, allowing restoration to a productive life.

Publications

Zarnegar R, Jenner C.A., Filshie J. Acupuncture in a patient with neurofibromatosis. Acupuncture in medicine 2003; 21 1-2: 66.

Jenner C.A., Filshie J. Galactorrhoea following acupuncture. Acupuncture in Medicine 2002; 20 (2-3): 107-108.

Jenner C.A., Wilson J. Continuous patient monitoring. Anaesthesia. 56 (6): 591- 592.
Burrill J., Jenner C.A. A Dancer's guide to pain relief. Dancing Times 2005; June: 17-19.

Poster Presentations

Jenner C.A., Williams J.E. The preoperative use of controlled release strong oral opioids in the management of postoperative pain. The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Manchester 2004

Jenner C.A., Williams J.E. Controlled release strong oral opioids for postoperative pain management. The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Manchester 2004.

Carneiro A., Jenner C.A., Loader L. Multiunit audit of pain control in two district general hospitals. The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Glasgow. April 2003.

Carneiro A., Jenner C.A., Loader L. Assessment of pain control at Watford and Hemel Hempstead Hospitals. Anaesthetic Research Society. London. December 2002.

Jenner C.A., Williams J. A review of pain associated with head and neck cancer. The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Bournemouth. April 2002.

Oral Presentations

Postoperative pain trial methodology. Oxford pain interest group. Churchill Hospital, Oxford. December 2003.

Role of controlled release oxycodone in postoperative pain management. Pain and palliative care meeting. Royal Marsden Hospital, London. November 2003.

Organisation of pain management services. Royal Marsden Hospital, London. September 2003.

The results of a survey of ICMART members. British Medical Acupuncture Society annual scientific meeting. Coventry University. April 2003.

Intravascular access and intravenous fluids. Medical student study day. Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. January 2003.

The physiology of pain. Hospital acute pain study day. Hemel Hempstead Hospital. January 2003.

Lower back pain. Department of Anaesthesia. Hemel Hempstead Hospital. September 2002.

Interventional pain management techniques and the spine. Department of Anaesthesia meeting. Hemel Hempstead General Hospital. April 2002.

Audit of pain after surgery. Royal Marsden Hospital surgical audit meeting. Royal Marsden Hospital. December 2001.

Current theories in chronic pain. Department of Anaesthesia meeting. Charing Cross Hospital. July 2001.

Principles of Neurosurgery. Department of Anaesthesia meeting. Charing Cross Hospital. February 2001.

One lung Anaesthesia. Department of Anaesthesia meeting. Charing Cross Hospital. October 2000.

Reintubation in recovery and basic life support. Theatre nurses study day. Royal London Hospital. August 1999.

The role of Legavate in the management of chronic venous ulceration. Regional Departmental meeting. Department of Surgery, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. June 1997.

Pain Related Courses and Meetings

The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Manchester. April 2004.

INPUT pain management programme observer. St. Thomas’ Hospital, London. February 2004.

British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) practical acupuncture course. February 2004.

Clinical management of chronic pain course. Liverpool. November 2003.

Opioid update and combination therapy for nociceptive/ neuropathic pain. London. October 2003.

Opioid update and combination therapy for nociceptive/ neuropathic pain. London. October 2003.

Seventh Annual Advanced International Pain Conference and Cadaver Workshop. Budapest, Hungary. September 2002.

Neurostimulation for chronic pain. Liverpool. June 2002.

Diabetic neuropathy symposium. RSM, London. May 2002.

Pain and Nociception Group (PANG). Regular attender. 2002 - 2004.

The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Bournemouth. April 2002.

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What They Say

"Thankyou for giving me back my life. I am now sleeping well, leading a very active life, mindful of not overdoing things and feel 20 years younger."
PGR