Gynaecology at London's premiere women's clinics

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

Who are the best clinics in Harley Street?

Some clinics are integrated to combine consultant gynaecologists working at the highest levels of their profession, with a state-of-the-art facilities. They should also provide seamless care with the most highly-qualified and experienced doctors.

Leading consultant gynaecologists

Professor John Studd DSc, MD, FRCOG, set up the first specialist menopause clinic in the UK and is Vice-President of the National Osteoporosis Society. Professor Studd heads a team of highly experienced Consultant Gynaecologists at the London PMS & Menopause Clinic. The top menopause team includes Mr Michael Savvas, Mr Neale Watson and Ms Beverly Benster.

 

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 services in Harley Street

Should include the following services with a range of treatment options:

  • A completely integrated gynaecology service
  • Coil fitting
  • Cancer screening
  • Fibroid removal with minimally-invasive treatments
  • Treatment for heavy periods using e.g. Novasure endometrial ablation
  • Colposcopy using e.g. DySis
  • Hysteroscopy using Karl Storz
  • Blood testing and analysis
  • 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
  • Specialist menopause clinic
  • 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 should also benefit from other specialists. As osteoporosis is a big cause of concern for menopausal women, expertise is often needed from a Consultant Rheumatologist with experience 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). Some DEXA scanners have 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

A fully integrated menopause service should be 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

For psychotherapy or psychiatry there are specialists such as Dr Dmitri Popelyuk who can be highly appropriate, specialising in rehabilitation psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychosexual medicine. 

 

 

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