Dr Stephanie Kaye -Barrett

Consultant Rheumatologist

Dr Stephanie Barrett has been a consultant rheumatologist for over 20 years. She has gained expertise, national and international recognition for her work in pioneering repetitive magnetic stimulation (neuromodulation) for both centralised/brain mediated pain and chronic musculoskeletal pain. Dr Barrett has brought the technique, expertise and equipment to The London Clinic.

Rheumatology, Pain Management
English, French
In-person, Phone call, Video call
New £450 (follow-up £190)


As a consultant rheumatologist with over 16 years of consultant grade experience, Dr Stephanie treats all aspects of painful rheumatology conditions including gout, neck/back pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.

In addition, she has a special interest in new osteoporosis treatments particularly, with injections six monthly or yearly, as appropriate. She carried out extensive research at The Royal Free Hospital regarding scleroderma and the gastrointestinal tract. Other research projects included osteoporosis, vitamin D deficiency, gout and identification of early rheumatoid arthritis.

Dr Stephanie was appointed as a consultant physician and rheumatologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in 1996 and honorary senior lecturer at Imperial College in 1997.

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116 Harley Street
London W1G 7JL

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  • Joint injections with corticosteroids or hyaluronic acid
  • Magnetic shock wave treatment for chronic musculoskeletal pain, unilateral/bilateral non arthritic hip pain, back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain and secondary headache, tendinopathies (gluteal and bursitis)
  • Central repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation courses for fibromyalgia/allodynia with widespread muscle pain which has failed to respond to standard care
  • Injection treatment for osteoporosis (six monthly and yearly)
  • Fast control of acute on chronic gout
  • Retraining in hypermobility and hEDS patients.
  • Year qualified 1983
  • Liverpool University School of Medicine  1983

She enjoys opera, drama and film. Her personal hobbies include singing in a choir, painting and travel.


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