Dr Anderson trained at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, graduating in 2005. He then went on to complete his specialist anaesthesia training achieving Fellowship of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2014 before moving to Perth for further speciality training.
After completing an additional one year fellowship in anaesthesia at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital with a focus on acute and chronic pain management. He underwent a further two year pain medicine fellowship of the Faculty of Pain Medicine achieving fellowship of the college in 2018.
Dr Anderson has gained a broad range of experience and interventional procedural skills from working at all of the major teaching hospitals in the Perth region including Royal Perth Hospital, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Fiona Stanley Hospital, Joondalup Health Campus and King Edward Memorial Hospital.
Dr Anderson was the Head of the Pain Management Unit at Fiona Stanley Hospital which has strong links with the State Rehabilitation Service. His interests are in interdisciplinary pain management and strengthening collaboration with other specialities involved in the treatment of patients experiencing pain including anaesthesia, psychiatry, palliative care, rehabilitation and allied health specialities such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy and psychology.
He was recently appointed to the Faculty of Pain Medicine Training Unit Accreditation Committee. This is the professional body that accredits hospitals for pain medicine training status throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Dr Anderson treats private patients at St John of God Subiaco Hospital and St John of God Mt Lawley Hospital.
- Pain medicine
Telehealth consultations: No
Treats Children: No