Board Members

Geoff Bellingham, MD

Geoff Bellingham, MD

Dr. Geoff Bellingham completed residency in anesthesia and perioperative medicine at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. This was followed by a fellowship in chronic pain at the University of Toronto at the Wasser Pain Management Center. Dr. Bellingham's focus during the fellowship was on the use of ultrasound guidance for interventional pain management in addition to other established interventional pain management techniques including fluoroscopy. Currently, he holds pain clinics in which patients are managed using pharmacotherapy in addition to other resources available such as psychotherapy and physiotherapy. Interventions using ultrasound are integrated into these clinics and separate interventional days are held at the pain clinic's dedicated fluoroscopy suite. Dr. Bellingham is also the present program director of the Chronic Pain Fellowship and is presently working to establish a Royal College accredited Pain Medicine Residency program.
 

Collin Clarke, MD

Collin Clarke, MD

Dr. Collin Clarke is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesia and Peri-Operative Medicine, Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University.

Following the completion of his anesthesia residency at Schulich Medicine, Collin completed an Interventional Pain Management at Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina. During his fellowship he focused primarily on the management of Complex Regional Pain as well as fluoroscopically guided interventions for the management of spinal mediated pain syndromes.

Currently he operates a pain clinic out of St. Joseph's hospital that involves both pharmacotherapy as well as a variety of interventions for treatment and management of a variety of pain syndromes.

His research interests focus on functional imaging for the interpretation of pain pathways.

Heather Getty, PhD

Heather Getty, PhD

Heather Getty earned her Ph.D. in Adult Clinical Psychology at the University of Windsor.

Her training including her Pre-doctoral Residency at the London Health Sciences Centre has involved work in both traditional mental health treatment settings and in clinical health psychology programs for the treatment of chronic sleep and pain disorders. She was Postdoctoral Fellow in the Pain/Anxiety program at St. Joseph's Health Care 2002-2005 where she researched psychosocial predictors of disability among individuals with chronic pain.

She conducts treatment, research and education at the St. Joseph's Health Care Pain Management Program.

Dwight Moulin, MD

Dwight Moulin, MD

Dr. Dwight Moulin is a Professor in the Departments of Clinical Neurological Sciences and Oncology and the Earl Russell Chair of the Pain Program at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. He is also the Medical Director of Pain and Symptom Management at the London Regional Cancer Program in London, Ontario.

His research interests include randomized controlled trials to determine the role of opioid analgesics in the management of chronic pain and observational studies to assess the impact of chronic pain in a variety of chronic neurological disorders.

Current research projects include the role of intravenous lidocaine in the treatment of chronic pain and long term outcome of the management of neuropathic pain.

Dr. Moulin was the lead author of national consensus guidelines for the management of neuropathic pain in Canada.

Collin Clarke
  • Collin Clarke MD