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At what age should women start having smear tests?

26 Mar 2019

It’s estimated that more than three-quarters of all cervical cancer diagnoses could be prevented if women regularly attended their smear tests.

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Meet Consultant Gynaecologist Pandelis Athanasias

07 Mar 2019

The menopause is a normal, natural part of life, but many women feel too embarrassed to talk about the ways in which it affects them.

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Treating stress urinary incontinence with Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

19 Feb 2019

Recently, we introduced Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy into our clinic. It’s a nonsurgical treatment that’s already proved highly effective in treating and improving female incontinence

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Radiofrequency Therapy : nonsurgical vaginal tightening

18 Feb 2019

You may know that feeling when you look in the mirror one morning and think: “Is that wrinkle on my face new?” Or “Did the skin on my neck always look like that?”

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MonaLisa Touch: A Safe Option for Vaginal Atrophy

22 Aug 2018

Kensington Gynaecology at The Medical Chambers Kensington Statement on the Safety of MonaLisa Touch


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Kensington NeuroBlog 5 : 200 Years of Parkinson’s Disease

27 Oct 2017

2017 is the 200th anniversary of the first description of Parkinson’s disease.

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Respect: Air Force General says "Get Out"

27 Oct 2017

Respect is one of our core values and we treasure it.

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Kensington NeuroBlog 4 : Dementia. You are more likely to find a healthy brain in a healthy body

28 Mar 2017

All of us forget things from time to time. Indeed, forgetting is vital for creativity, and for good mental health. Whilst it is quite normal to get halfway through a sentence and forget…mmmmm...what one was saying, some people have much more significant problems with memory.

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Joe's violin. An instrument of change.

07 Mar 2017

Gillian Tett of The Financial Times recently wrote about "Joe's Violin", a 20 minute documentary, and I've just watched it. I found it immensely inspiring and moving particularly when such a large proportion of the US, UK and Europe currently demonstrates so much anger and hatred.

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Kensington NeuroBlog 3 : Contact sports concussion and dementia by Dr Mark Weatherall Consultant Neurologist

20 Feb 2017

A paper just published in the respected journal Acta Neuropathologica presents the results of post-mortem inspections of the brains of six former footballers, mostly professionals, part of cohort of 14 footb

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