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Dr Keith Laubscher - Musculoskeletal & Interventional Pain Specialist

Private Service, Musculoskeletal, Pain Management


PAINCARE is an outpatient pain management clinic with an interventional focus. The particular area of interest of the clinic is in the management of musculoskeletal and neuropathic pain.


Referral Expectations

Consultation is by appointment only. Patients should be referred by their allied health professional, GP or specialist. Referrals are also accepted from third party insurers. It is helpful to have information regarding relevant past specialist assessments and tests available at consultation.

Appointments for medico legal opinions or ACC case review are considered on a case by case basis.


Initial assessment: $440 -$470

Follow-up: $200 -$220

PainCare is a Southern Cross Affiliated Provider.

Complex medico legal opinion and report/ACC case review: on request

For patients who have had an injury, costs will generally be met by the insurer provided they have an accepted claim. A referral letter and ACC number relevant to the claim are obligatory.

If you are unable to attend your appointment, or choose not to attend, please inform reception at the earliest possible time.  If we do not receive notification at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled visit, you will be charged for the time allocated to you. Please note that if the fee for the missed appointment is not paid, no further bookings for appointments will be accepted.

Procedural interventions - on quotation. Professional fees, Theatre and Recovery Charges, and Radiographer fees depend on the procedure.


  • Acute Sciatica Clinic

    Acute lumbar spinal pain with radicular leg pain

    Patients with acute sciatica can usually be assessed and treated within a week, including imaging such as MRI and injection of epidural corticosteroid where indicated. More

  • General Clinic

    Acute and chronic lumbar spinal pain with/without radicular leg pain (back pain and sciatica)… More

  • Pharmacological Management

    We would discuss and explain the risks of the various pharmacological analgesic options, including adjuvant/co-analgesics and opioids and their combination.… More

  • Interventional Treatments Undertaken

    Office based:
    trigger/tender point needling or injection
    tendon enthesis or sheath injection of local anaesthetic and corticosteroid or autologous blood… More

  • Additional Options Include Referral To:

    Orthopaedic surgeons where there is a need to consider or exclude a specific treatment option.… More

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Travel Directions

PAINCARE is at Ascot Office Park; Level 3, Building C, 95 Ascot Avenue, Greenlane. This is a large building at the “corner” made by Greenlane East and the Motorway, alongside the entrance to Ellerslie Racecourse and opposite the Novotel Hotel. Access to the building is via Ascot Avenue. You will pass through two roundabouts on Ascot Ave on the way to the building. Bodytech is on the ground floor and is a good landmark. There is also prominent signage for a radiology clinic (SRG) which is in the same building.

We are also only a short walk from the Greenlane Railway Station via a pedestrian underpass.

Public Transport

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Free underground patient parking is available at Ascot Office Park clinic. Enter through the entrance gate to Ascot Office Park and turn left. Park in the basement in the MEDICAL CENTRE car parks near the first lift. A public car park is also nearby if no underground parks are available.

Please see the map and instructions for clear directions to the parking facilities. 

Contact Details

Greenlane Specialist Centre
3C Ascot Office Park
95 Ascot Avenue

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Street Address

Greenlane Specialist Centre
3C Ascot Office Park
95 Ascot Avenue

Postal Address

PO Box 28 396
Auckland 1541

This page was last updated at 8:04AM on December 20, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Dr Keith Laubscher - Musculoskeletal & Interventional Pain Specialist.