Having gained his medical degree in 2000 from the University of Aberdeen, Dr Humble’s postgraduate training in anaesthesia and pain medicine was undertaken in Scotland and Australia. He achieved his Master’s (MSc) in Pain Management in 2010 at the University of Edinburgh and in 2012, attended the University of Dundee adding a PhD in Neuroscience to his already impressive roster of qualifications. He also holds the Level 7 qualification in Aesthetic Medicine from London’s renowned Harley Academy.
Specialising in interventional spinal medicine means Dr Humble is vastly experienced in administering epidurals and other types of spinal injections as well as caring for patients in a holistic way, treating them with medications, exercise and other ‘whole person’ techniques. Because he keeps invasive surgical procedures to a minimum, risk and hospital stays are both reduced. He is also one of the few UK specialists currently treating patients suffering from painful peripheral neuropathy with radiofrequency therapy, RACZ, and capsaicin 179mg patch therapy.
Much published in professional journals, Dr Humble was also featured BBC One’s Health: Truth or Scare programme and is frequently called upon to speak at high-level medical conferences. He is also a Fellow of the London Pain Forum.
Dr Humble’s passion and total focus is to help his patients back to pain-free existences. On a daily basis, he sees patients who have seen other specialists such as osteopaths, physiotherapists, and chiropractors without success, who he has been able to help back to health. Treating a variety of conditions, both short- and long-term, such as slipped discs, sciatica, and severe neck pain, among others. Nothing gives him more satisfaction than making a positive impact on his patients’ lives as they overcome their pain and return to a good quality of life.
X-ray and ultrasound guided injections
Steroid joint injections
Musculoskeletal and joint pain
Neuropathic (nerve) pain
Qutenza patch therapy
Cancer pain management