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Dr.Niranjan Chogle

Dr N Chogle is a fully trained Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia. He is based in the Ulster Hospital as a Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine.

His private practice is based in three clinics:
Kingsbridge Private Hospital, Belfast
Ulster Independent Clinic, Belfast
Orthoderm Clinic, Hillsborough,
He caters to insured or self paying patients who seek relief from chronic pain.

Dr N Chogle graduated from India and underwent Anaesthesia & Cancer Pain training there. He undertook further training in the UK from 2002 till 2008, and joined as a Consultant Anaesthetist in Ulster Hospital in 2008.

He underwent Advanced Pain Training for one year in Aberdeen, Scotland.

He specialised in minimally invasive techniques which can help manage back pain or neck pain, potentially avoiding irreversible surgery on the spine. He gained valuable experience both in Neuromodulation and Radiofrequency (RF) denervation (a procedure which is widely used in modern pain medicine to burn or stun a nerve supplying a sore joint).

Dr.Niranjan Chogle

Dr N Chogle is a fully trained Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia. He is based in the Ulster Hospital as a Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine.

His private practice is based in three clinics:
Kingsbridge Private Hospital, Belfast
Ulster Independent Clinic, Belfast
Orthoderm Clinic, Hillsborough,
He caters to insured or self paying patients who seek relief from chronic pain.

Dr N Chogle graduated from India and underwent Anaesthesia & Cancer Pain training there. He undertook further training in the UK from 2002 till 2008, and joined as a Consultant Anaesthetist in Ulster Hospital in 2008.

He underwent Advanced Pain Training for one year in Aberdeen, Scotland.

He specialised in minimally invasive techniques which can help manage back pain or neck pain, potentially avoiding irreversible surgery on the spine. He gained valuable experience both in Neuromodulation and Radiofrequency (RF) denervation (a procedure which is widely used in modern pain medicine to burn or stun a nerve supplying a sore joint).