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Regular breast screening can detect breast cancer at an early stage. The earlier that treatment can begin, the better the chance a woman has to survive 20 years, or even longer.
The London Clinic offers breast ultrasound in addition to other imaging techniques to provide the most accurate diagnostic service possible.
The clinic has a state-of-the-art bronchoscopy suite, offering fibre-optic, flexible bronchoscopy, endobronchial ultrasound, and auto-fluorescence bronchoscopy, which can detect lung cancer at an earlier stage.
The London Clinic’s specialist surgeons have access to high-tech imaging. They are assisted by an expert multidisciplinary team, including highly-skilled physiotherapists and podiatrists that will support your treatment and rehabilitation.
Asthma sufferers may benefit from our Buteyko Breathing treatment. Buteyko Breathing aims to reduce symptoms, including shortness of breath, coughing and asthma attacks.
Medical studies have shown that over a third of all patients suffering with cancer experience moderate to severe pain; this rises to 66% in patients who have advanced stage disease. Cancer pain is usually caused by the presence of tumours (abnormal growths of tissues) that can press on surrounding organs, nerves or bones.
A capsule endoscopy is a pain-free, minimally-invasive investigation of the small bowel. By swallowing a pill-sized capsule containing a tiny, wireless camera, the entire small intestine can be filmed in detail. This allows our gastroenterologists to diagnose conditions affecting the small bowel, with fewer side effects than traditional investigations.
The London Clinic offers this transformative cell therapy to cancer patients. CAR-T cell therapy is a cutting-edge treatment for adults with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Immune cells are collected from patients and genetically modified to destroy cancer cells. This revolutionary therapy can offer hope for people who have no other treatment options.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common problem that causes pain, numbness, and weakness in the hands. We can operate to release the carpal tunnel, resolve your symptoms, and safeguard your hand's strength and function. An All-Inclusive Package for this treatment is available from £1,730.
Cataracts are a common problem, affecting around half of all people over 65. The progressive clouding of the lens can impair your eyesight and get worse over time. If failing sight is affecting your work, hobbies or well-being, Our expert ophthalmologists can operate to replace the cloudy lens and restore vision within days.
Some cavernomas arise in the brain stem or the top of the spinal cord; removing these carries quite a high risk but is sometimes necessary as cavernomas at these sites can cause the most problems.
The cell saver programme recovers and recycles the patient’s own blood that may be lost during an operation. The process ‘cleans’ the blood, extracting the red cells, which can then be transfused back into the patient.
The London Clinic has a team of consultant gynaecologists and a colposcopy suite with a dedicated female nurse present to support patients with cervical cancer.
Chemotherapy drugs work in different ways, so a combination of medications is often used to prevent the cancer cells dividing and spreading.
Patients with triple negative breast cancer do not respond well to hormonal breast cancer treatments and therefore require a different treatment programme.
For chronic daily headaches due to tension headaches, physiotherapy may play a greater part in your treatment. Treatment is personalised to each individual patient and to their particular pattern of chronic headaches. This approach is very successful and most patients find that their symptoms improve significantly; many patients report that they become virtually symptom free.
Circumcision is an operation to remove the foreskin in men. Circumcision is usually performed in adults when the foreskin is too tight, if the skin is abnormal, if sex is painful, or if you are experiencing recurrent infections. Our urology surgeons are experts in circumcision and the sensitive management of penile problems.
Clinical Pilates is a series of comprehensive exercises addressing deep stability muscles within the body, helping to improve posture, strength, flexibility, toning, balance and control.
ClinicSafe is a pioneering nerve-sparing technique for prostate cancer surgery. The procedure is performed by Consultant Urological and Robotic Surgeon, Mr Senthil Nathan.
Cochlear implants are hearing aids that are placed within a poorly functioning cochlea in order to improve your hearing.
Coeliac disease is usually suspected when someone has severe abdominal symptoms and also shows signs of malnourishment or anaemia.
Colonoscopy is an examination of the full length of the inside of the bowel using a flexible camera. It is the gold standard screening test for bowel cancer. The London Clinic can offer colonoscopy in a private, comfortable and stress-free environment. An All-Inclusive Package for this treatment is available from £2,075.
The London Clinic offers a range of investigations to detect colorectal cancer. With high-tech imaging and expert pathologists, we are able to accurately diagnose and stage colorectal tumours.
Colorectal surgery is the usual treatment for conditions affecting the colon (large intestine) or rectum and surrounding areas.
The London Clinic's gynaecology consultants perform colposcopy in the state-of-the-art suite, using the latest equipment and technology. The gynaecologists are assisted by an expert multidisciplinary team that will support you from your first consultation, during your procedure, and throughout your recovery.
The London Clinic’s experienced team of Complementary Therapists provide a full range of holistic services to help you relax and improve your quality of life.
The London Clinic is the only private hospital in the UK to introduce innovative subcutaneous hydrocortisone infusion pumps for patients affected by Addison's disease or adrenal insufficiency. Using a high-tech pump to infuse hydrocortisone around-the-clock could more closely replicate your body's natural cortisol release and improve your quality of life.
The contour thread lift is a minimally invasive procedure that can lift the tissues of the brow, face and neck.
Corneal transplants are performed by ophthalmic surgeons who specialise in the treatment of diseases affecting the cornea, the front window of the eye. The London Clinic offers several different types of corneal transplantation techniques including all methods that involve lamellar or partial thickness keratoplasty.
Cosmetic dermatology aims to undo or remove the visible effects of ageing, to give a fresher, younger appearance.
Crohn’s disease causes inflammation of your bowel. Surgery is usually recommended if medication fails to improve your symptoms.
Crohn’s disease varies in how severe it is and which part of the digestive system it affects. Treatment at The London Clinic is tailored carefully to each individual patient.
Computed tomography (CT) colonography, also known as CTC or virtual colonoscopy (VC), is an X-Ray scanning technology used to diagnose disorders in your bowel such as bowel cancer, or non-cancerous growths known as polyps.
Deep brain stimulation is a neuromodulation technique used by specialists to treat a wide range of movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease and tremor. It involves the use of very small wires (electrodes) that deliver high-frequency electrical stimulation to affected parts of the brain. The electrodes are attached to a small electrical device that sends out pulses similar to a pacemaker.
Septoplasty is surgery to correct a deviated nasal septum. The septum is the structure that divides the nostrils in the middle of the inside of the nose. If the nasal septum is crooked, it can make the nose feel blocked continuously, leading to problems exercising, sleeping, eating, and speaking.
Type 1 diabetes is a lifelong condition that can significantly affect your health and well-being. The London Clinic provides bespoke treatment plans for the effective control of type 1 diabetes. A multidisciplinary team, including diabetologists, dieticians, podiatrists, and clinical nurse specialists, provides the very latest treatments, screening, and specialist support to help you stay healthy and live a full and active life.
The London Clinic provides bespoke treatment plans for people living with type 2 diabetes. A multidisciplinary team, including diabetologists, dietitians, podiatrists, and clinical nurse specialists, provide expert care, health screening, and support to help you stay healthy and live a full and active life.
If you develop the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, the most helpful treatment is to get your diabetes under tighter control, rather than to treat your eyes directly. It will also help if you control your blood pressure and your blood cholesterol
In a diagnostic laparoscopy, a consultant will use keyhole surgery to inspect the organs in your abdomen.
Dorsal root ganglions are bundles of nerves in the spine that transmit sensory and pain signals to the brain. Dorsal root ganglion stimulation(DRGS) involves placing tiny wires called electrodes near these nerve bundles. The electrodes are connected to an electrical device, or ‘pulse generator’, that sends out electrical impulses to alter pain signals to the brain.
The brain and muscles communicate with each other using chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. When this relay system works properly, the body is able to initiate and co-ordinate movements. Some medications (drugs) interfere with the function of neurotransmitters and can lead to problems, resulting in an involuntary movement disorder.
The duodenal switch is the most drastic of all forms of bariatric surgery. It is often done in the most obese patients as the second operation in a two-stage procedure. The first stage is a sleeve gastrectomy.
Specific treatment depends on whether the duodenal ulcer is caused by the bacteria, the painkillers or a combination of both.
Various forms of treatment can be carried out in people with Dupuytren’s contracture of increasing severity.
An echocardiogram allows your doctor to examine the structure of your heart such as your heart walls, chambers and arteries in order to see how it functions. An echocardiogram also allows your doctor to examine the speed at which blood is pumped through your heart.
The first stage in treating eczema is to analyse your environment and remove any factors that contribute to your eczema.
The term ‘electro-physical agents’ is given to a wide range of electrical and physical therapeutic modalities regularly used by physiotherapists.
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test used to measure the rate and regularity of your heartbeat in order to see if it is functioning properly. Our cardiologists can perform several types of ECG to detect abnormal heartbeats. Which ECG you have will depend on your symptoms and your individual circumstances.
An endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) is an investigation that combines two types of tests, endoscopy and ultrasound. It enables The London Clinic’s consultants to perform more detailed examinations of the lungs or the upper digestive system.
At The London Clinic we can treat endometriosis using several effective techniques.

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