Who do we treat

Our patients are typically Fibromyalgia Syndrome sufferers who have already been to see doctors and surgeons, with limited success.

That’s where we come in. At Pain Management Wales, we have years of experience in helping people manage

How do we treat Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia at present has no current cure, yet treatments are available to help ease the condition and make the pain easier to live with. Treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapies, counselling and simple lifestyle changes such as relaxation are recommended. Other treatments include a balanced use of medications and injection therapies, speak to our specialists at Pain Management Wales if you would like to learn more.


  • My mother (84 years) was referred to Professor Saxena, by her GP. We had to cancel her appointment twice, at short notice, due to her being in severe pain. Professor Saxena’s secretary was very polite and helpful and helped arrange another appointment for us. Professor Saxena was very courteous and professional. Our consultation over-ran but we never felt rushed. He spent nearly an hour with us and explained all options in detail. We had never been told about most of these things.

    Mrs JP Spire Hospital, Cardiff
  • I am a yoga teacher and have suffered with piriformis syndrome for nearly 2 years and nothing had worked for me. I saw Professor Saxena, who recommended and performed a botox injection. I have been pain-free since then except for an occasional twinge. I am so grateful.

    Mrs L Spire Hospital, Cardiff
  • I was referred by my work to see Professor Saxena for my back pain. It had starting taking over my life and I was struggling with work and simple things such as playing with my 6 year old son. He diagnosed facet joint syndrome and I had radiofrequency treatment, all within 2 weeks of seeing him. This procedure has changed my life and I would strongly recommend him.

    Mr ST Spire Hospital, Cardiff
  • I have suffered with pain for over 20 years. I cannot express enough gratitude to you for dealing with me so efficiently to the entire team of Professor Saxena and for providing my treatment, which I had so long awaited, so quickly.

    Mr R Royal Glamorgan Hospital

Who is Professor Neeraj Saxena?

Professor Neeraj Saxena is a consultant in pain management and anaesthetics with a truly esteemed career. He provides care of the highest quality in the form of medicinal, interventional and non-surgical treatments for all types of conditions but has a special interest in Fibromyalgia Syndrome.

​​Professor Neeraj splits his professional time between helping patients overcome debilitating conditions, and to sharing his expertise by presenting at national and international scientific meetings alongside training future pain specialists at Cwm Taf Morgannwg hospitals.


What is fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) is a condition that causes pain across the body. Those suffering from Fibromyalgia often suffer from fatigue, muscle stiffness, difficulty sleeping, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome and increased sensitivity to pain.

What causes Fibromyalgia?

The cause of this long-term condition is unknown but is thought to be linked to altered levels of certain chemicals in the brain and muscles, changing the way the central nervous system processes pain messages to the body. Some people are likely to develop FMS through genes inherited from their parents, or triggered by a physical or emotionally stressful event, with adults between the age of 30 and 50 more at risk.

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