MD PhD Aida Kinderytė

Pain Physician, Anaesthologist

MD PhD Aida Kinderytė

A person suffering from chronic pain usually experiences not only work-related disabilities but social isolation as well. Often the surrounding people and even relatives do not understand, support or even help such patient. The suffering person is abandoned with his own pain to suffer in solitude. Therefore there is no better feeling when seeing returning with your help sincere smile in the patient’s face, sparkling eyes and desire to live.

Work Activity

Since 2018 pain physician at Clinic AGATAS;

Since 01/08/2010 Doctor of anaesthesiology –  reanimatology;  Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain management of Hospital of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Kaunas Clinics and Department of Anaesthesiology and  Intensive care unit of Republic Hospital of Panevezys (Lithuania);

Since 2010 Assistant at Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LUHS);

2007– 2010 Doctor‘s assistant; Department of Anaesthesiology of Hospital of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences Kaunas Clinics;

2005 – 2006 Ambulance doctor; The  Ambulance station of Klaipeda (Lithuania);

2005 – 2006 The Emergency room doctor; The medicine doctor of Emergency Department of University Hospital of Klaipeda, Klaipeda (Lithuania).

Education and Qualification

2010 – 2014 MD PhD Biochemical Laboratory of the Institute of Neurosciences, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences;

2006 – 2010 Resident of Anaesthesiology and reanimatology, LUHS;

2009 Resident of Intensive Care Unit Azienda Ospedaliera Brotzu  of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy;

1999 – 2006 Master degree, Medicine doctor; Kaunas Medicine University (Lithuania)


03-21/09/2018 – practice in the Nijmegen Radboudumc,  Department of Anesthesiology, Pain and    Palliative Medicine (Netherland);

09-27/04/2018 – practice in the Uppsala multidisciplinary pain center (Sweden);

4-9/09/2016 – Pain School Klagenfurt, Austria;

14-28/08/2016 practice in the Illinois Pain Institute, Chicago, USA;

07/12/2013 – Courses of interventional pain procedures St. George’s University of London;

17-18/11/2011 Crisis Research Center courses: Initial trauma care;

30/06-05/07/2009 Courses of FCCS (Fundamental Critical Care Support);

16-18/01/2008 Courses of ACLS ( Advanced Cardiac Life Support).

Read Posts in Qualifications Courses

“Neurostimulation of spinal cord in the treatment of pain” LUHS 2015;

“Joints and Back Pain interventional treatment” Kaunas, Lithuania 2015;

Chronic  pain management” Klaipėda, Lithuania 2014;

“Effect of Gabapentin on Pain after Spinal Surgery” LUHS 2014.

Memberships and Associations

Anesthesia Club of Lithuania;

Lithuanian Pain Society.