About Dr. Tordoff
Background & Training

Dr Tordoff was raised in South Africa and studied Medicine at the University of Cape Town. He qualified in 1980 and then worked in South Africa for 7 years in both medical and surgical specialities.  He was awarded the Diploma of Anaesthesia (DA SA) in 1985.


After moving to the UK in 1987, he underwent specialist training in Anaesthesia at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, and thereafter at the University Hospitals, Leicester. After three years in the UK, he obtained the Fellowship of Anaesthesia (FRCA) in 1990.


He had further specialist training in Pain Medicine at Leicester and then spent a year working as a Fellow in Pain Medicine at the Flinders Hospital in Adelaide, South Australia. He was awarded the Fellowship of Interventional Pain Procedures (FIPP) in 2004 and the Fellowship of Pain Medicine (FFPMRCA)  in 2007.


Dr Tordoff was appointed as a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine at the Northampton General Hospital in 1994, and he subsequently spent 7 years working there. 


He returned to Leicester in 2001 and worked as Consultant at the Leicester General Hospital and the LOROS Hospice in Groby Road.