If you need to see a Gynaecologist, finding a specialist women's clinic which has the best expertise and facilities is a priority. You should consider enquiring about appointment availability at Twenty-five Harley Street
(tel: 0203 8839525)
Top female gynaecologist
Other top Consultant Gynaecologists available include Mr Francis Gardner who is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Clinical Director of Gynaecology at Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth, and Mr Pandelis Athanasias, a Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist at St Helier Hospital and the Lead Clinician for Early Pregnancy and Acute Gynaecology.
Best facilities in Harley Street
At 25 Harley Street, patients can benefit from:
- a completely integrated gynaecology service.
- A fully-equipped surgical theatre for colposcopy and hysteroscopy and other ambulatory gynaecology procedures.
- Onsite pathology lab.
- Minimal access and non-invasive surgery such as Myosure, which is a hysteroscopic myomectomy.
- The MonaLisa Touch, a laser treatment designed to treat vaginal atrophy.
- The MonaLisa Touch also helps vaginal dryness, urinary tract infections, painful intercourse and it can even help tone up the vaginal walls, by stimulating the collagen and restoring tissue function.
If patients require endometrial ablation treatment for heavy periods, the clinic offers a NovaSure treatments and DySIS for colposcopy, as well as Karl Storz for hysteroscopy.
What 25 Harley Street offers:
- Menopause symptoms
- Well Woman Assessment
- Fibroid removal
- Menstrual disorders
- Endometriosis Hormone management / PMT
- Treatment for pain with sexual intercourse
- IUDs and contraception
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
- Urinary incontinence
- Pelvic pain
- Routine diagnostic testing.
Menopause related conditions
Women who are looking for treatment for their menopause will also benefit from the other consultants and facilities available at Twenty-five Harley Street. As osteoporosis is a big cause of concern for menopausal women, patients may be interested in the considerable expertise and diagnostic capability that the clinic offers in this department. Dr Stephanie Kaye-Barrett is the Medical Director of 25 Harley Street, and is a leading Consultant Rheumatologist, who has been identified as one of the top doctors in the UK by Tatler.
The clinic also offers the expertise of Professor David Reid, Consultant Rheumatologist and Emeritus Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Aberdeen, who is an internationally recognised expert in the field of bone health and DEXA.
Your doctor may recommend a DEXA scan (also known as DXA or dual energy X-ray absorptiometry). The DEXA scanners we have at 25 Harley Street have the more advanced diagnostic features, which allow a fully comprehensive analysis of your health. As well as giving you your true bone age, DEXA scanners with ‘Advanced Body Composition’ capabilities will show how much fat you are carrying in your middle area. Too much fat here puts you at a higher risk for diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Nutrition for menopause
At 25 Harley Street, a fully integrated menopause service is offered – and this could include a consultation with a clinical nutritionist. Miss Stephanie Moore, a Clinical Nutritionist and Health Coach is qualified in both psychotherapy and nutritional medicine and can give advice in what is best to eat during menopause to keep an optimal weight and to balance hormones.
Emotional issues associated with menopause
If you need support from psychotherapy or psychiatry, there is an exceptionally well-qualified team able to help in this direction at 25 Harley Street. Dr Dmitri Popelyuk heads the team. He is Consultant Psychiatrist at The Maudsley, and specialises in rehabilitation psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychosexual medicine. The clinic also offers EMDR - 'Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing' – which has excellent results for helping patients overcome trauma.
Book to see a gynaecologist
Telephone: 0203 8839525
Email: [email protected]
Visit: 25 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QW
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