Dr Manish Gupta

About Manish Gupta

Dr Manish Gupta is a Consultant Anaesthetist with a special interest in Pain Medicine. He graduated (MBBS) from the University of Delhi, and further qualified in Anaesthetics at the Lady Hardinge Medical College of the University of Delhi. He obtained the fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists of London (FRCA) in 2009, following which he joined the specialty registrar training programme at the Leeds Bradford School of Anaesthesia leading to specialist registration in 2014. He also completed a comprehensive advanced training programme in Pain Medicine at the Walton Centre Liverpool in 2012, and obtained a Fellowship of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, London (FFPMRCA) through the exam route in 2013.  
He anaesthetizes for Orthopaedic Trauma at the Aintree University Hospital. He does joint clinics along with specialist physiotherapists for help with management of back and neck pain; acute sciatica clinics, pain management programme assessments, and joint clinics with palliative care for management of cancer related pain. He is also the Faculty of Pain Medicine Tutor for The Walton Centre.  


Anaesthetics and Pain Medicine 



Clinical/research interests

Major Trauma (anaesthetics) 

Pain: axial spine pain, acute sciatica, cancer related pain, pain management programme, broad range of pain interventions 

Membership of professional regional and national bodies

BMA (member) 

Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine 

Related Services

Pain Management Programme

The Walton Centre offers a variety of pain management programmes tailored to individual needs

Pain medicine

The Walton Centre is internationally famous for treating patients with chronic pain, pain which lasts longer than the normal healing process and is still present three months after an injury or illness.

Palliative care pain

The Walton Centre Pain Service works closely with the Department of Palliative Medicine at the Woodlands Hospice, which is on the same site as The Walton Centre, to treat patients with severe cancer related pain.

Page last updated: 18 July 2021