Dr Jason Ray


Dr Ray attained his degrees in medicine and surgery at the University of Queensland then spent two years in rural Queensland and another in Britain and Africa. Dr Ray undertook anaesthetic specialist training in Queensland before completing pain medicine specialist training at St Vincent's University Hospital in Dublin in 2004 and the Professor Tess Cramond Multidisciplinary Pain Centre at the Royal Brisbane Hospital in 2005. In Ireland, Dr Ray trained with one of Europe's most prolific neuromodulation implanters.

Dr Ray returned to Brisbane to a joint consultant appointment in pain medicine and anaesthesia at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. He continues to visit the Royal as a senior visiting pain physician where he is involved in training new pain medicine fellows, particularly in interventional techniques.

Dr Ray joined Axxon Health in 2007, practicing both anaesthesia and pain medicine, initially at Greenslopes Private Hospital, where he still operates. In 2011, with specialist colleagues, Dr Ray established the St Andrew's Multidisciplinary Pain Service (StAMPS) incorporating his interventional pain medicine practice with a multidisciplinary pain program at St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital on Wickham Terrace.

Dr Ray has held a number of positions in the Faculty of Pain Medicine, ANZCA including Scientific Convener of the Annual Scientific Meeting in Cairns in 2009. He has been a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland since 2008. Dr Ray attends and presents on pain medicine regularly at local and international meetings.

Dr Ray’s special interests include:

  • neuromodulation especially spinal cord stimulation 
  • minimally invasive interventions for neck and back pain 
  • complex regional pain syndrome 
  • anaesthesia for ambulatory surgery 


Consultations: St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital

Procedures: St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital, Greenslopes Private Hospital