Gynaecology at London's premiere women's clinic

If you need to see a Gynaecologist, finding a specialist clinic which has the best expertise and facilities is a priority.

Twenty-five Harley Street is an integrated clinic which combines consultant gynaecologists working at the highest levels of their profession, with a state-of-the-art facilities. The clinic aims to give seamless care with the most highly-qualified and experienced doctors.

Tel: 0203 8839525

Leading consultant gynaecologists

Mr Francis Gardner. A leading consultant gynaecologist and an expert in ambulatory gynaecological techniques, Mr Gardner also holds the position of Clinical Director of Gynaecology at Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth

Miss Tania Adib. As well as practising at Twenty-five Harley Street, Miss Adib is also Lead Clinician for Gynaecological Oncology and Colposcopy at Queen’s Hospital.

Mr Pandelis Athanasias.This highly experienced consultant gynaecologist also practises at St Helier Hospital where he is the Lead Clinician for Early Pregnancy and Acute Gynaecology.

Best gynaecology service in Harley Street

At Twenty-five Harley Street, patients can benefit from:


Gynaecology at 25 Harley Street offers:

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, the clinic also offers the expertise of our Medical Director, 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.

DEXA scanners

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. We also offer consultations with Mr Rick Miller, a clinical dietitian and an expert in sports nutrition.

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.

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Telephone:  020 3883 9525

Email:          [email protected]

Visit:            25 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QW


Withering or weakening of a body tissue due to disease or disuse. Full medical glossary
Abnormal, uncontrolled cell division resulting in a malignant tumour that may invade surrounding tissues or spread to distant parts of the body. Full medical glossary
The basic unit of all living organisms. Full medical glossary
Close examination of the cervix of the uterus using a magnifying instrument with attached light source, known as a colposcope. Full medical glossary
A means of preventing pregnancy. Full medical glossary
A disorder caused by insufficient or absent production of the hormone insulin by the pancreas, or because the tissues are resistant to the effects. Full medical glossary
A specialist in food and nutrition. Full medical glossary
A means of measuring bone density. Full medical glossary
An abbreviation for dual energy X-ray absorptiometry. Full medical glossary
Relating to the endometrium. Full medical glossary
One of the three main food constituents (with carbohydrate and protein), and the main form in which energy is stored in the body. Full medical glossary
A benign tumour, most often in the uterus. Full medical glossary
A substance produced by a gland in one part of the body and carried by the blood to the organs or tissues where it has an effect. Full medical glossary
Examination of the inside of the uterus by endoscopy, using an instrument called a hysteroscope inserted through the vagina and cervix. Full medical glossary
The involuntary passage of urine or faeces. Full medical glossary
Invasion by organisms that may be harmful, for example bacteria or parasites. Full medical glossary
Relating to the menopause, the time of a woman’s life when her ovaries stop releasing an egg (ovum) on a monthly cycle. Full medical glossary

The time of a woman’s life when her ovaries stop releasing an egg (ovum) on a monthly cycle, and her periods cease

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A condition resulting in brittle bones due to loss of bony tissue. Full medical glossary
The treatment of a person with an illness or disability to improve their function and health. Full medical glossary
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A group of cells with a similar structure and a specialised function. Full medical glossary
A physical injury or emotionally painful event. Full medical glossary
The channels that carry urine from the kidneys to the outside of the body. Full medical glossary
The muscula passage, forming part of the femal reproductive system, between the cervix and the external genitalia. Full medical glossary
A type of electromagnetic radiation used to produce images of the body. Full medical glossary