I am a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, who has an NHS base at the teaching hospital, University College London. I run private gynaecology clinics at King Edward VII’s Hospital, The Portland Hospital and at 132 Harley Street. I aim to deliver professional, individualised, and excellent care for my patients.
I have a particular clinical expertise in the treatment of benign gynaecological conditions including pelvic floor prolapse, urinary incontinence, endometriosis, hormonal, menstrual and postnatal problems. I sit on national committees in my specialist fields, and run national workshops in surgery.
I completed my undergraduate training at the University of Cambridge and was awarded my medical degree with a distinction in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the Royal London Hospital Medical School.
I started my training at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, with subsequent specialist registrar training in the North West Thames region. I went on to successfully gain a fellowship at St.George’s Hospital, London and then completed a two year subspecialty fellowship in urogynaecology at University College Hospital, London.
I have been awarded a higher MD degree from the University of London for a thesis on natural hormonal treatments for the menopause and have published numerous peer-reviewed papers, reviews and book chapters.
I present my research work, and am an invited speaker, at national and international meetings, and have on-going research and educational interests. I am an expert opinion in medico-legal cases within my speciality. Read my full CV here.