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You can make an appointment to see me at Spire Manchester Hospital in Didsbury or Spire Manchester Clinic in Hale. In addition I am now providing on-line video consultation on the platform Zoom, which have been available through the Covid-19 pandemic. These are likely to continue to run long-term. Fortunately, all the main health insurance companies have been covering private Zoom consultations. They are easy to book and simply require an authorisation code, just like a face to face consulation.
I have agreements with all the main health insurance providers for consultations relating to new hormone and general medical problems (see below). To make an appointment, a letter of referral from your GP is required for authorisation from your health insurer. However please note that if you have a stable long term hormone condition your health insurance may not cover you for on-going review.
If you are self-funding your clinic appointment you dont have to obtain a GP referral letter but is always helpful.
I provides consultations relating to investigations, diagnosis and treatment initiation of all endocrine conditions including;
- Thyroid disease
- PMS, PMDD, PCOS & Puberty issues
- Bone health and calcium problems
- Investigation of low testosterone in men
- Weight management and investigation
- Adrenal and pituitary disease
- Investigation of hypoglycaemia
- Investigating and treating performance issues in elite athletes
- Fatigue diagnostics & wellbeing optimisation
- Investigation of unexplained symptoms
Please note that I am not able to provide specific advice based on information that you send to me via email. For individual advice a consultation will be needed.
Booking an appointment
If you would like to make a private consultation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0044 161 393 3994. Alternatively you can book direct through Spire Manchester hospital here
I am proud to say that I worked as a medical consultant at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust until Summer 2019, when I left my regular NHS contract after 27 years, to focus on other roles including writing my book on menopause.