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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Annice Mukherjee at Spire include:
I am a Consultant Endocrinologist at Spire Manchester Hospital and at their clinic in Hale. I'm also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in medicine and neuroscience at the University of Manchester.
I graduated from the University of Manchester in 1992. Working in Manchester and London, I completed an MSc at King's College London and an MD thesis at the University of Manchester. My MD focus was the quality of life and immune function consequences of severe pituitary disease.
In my clinics I provide specialist endocrine management including treatment of thyroid and pituitary disease, the menopause, other female and male reproductive and adrenal problems, weight management and metabolic problems, osteoporosis, vitamin D deficiency and hyperparathyroidism.
I held an NHS Consultant post at Salford Royal Hospital from 2007 to 2019 and previous led several clinical endocrine services there and led postgraduate medical training for diabetes, endocrinology and medical weight management.
I have won a number of awards and invitations to lecture at international endocrine conferences and have published extensively in key endocrine journals and lay press.
Special clinical interests: adrenal, bone health, chronic fatigue, male and female reproductive health, menopause, puberty.
Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine, University of Manchester.Back to top
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends in my precious leisure time and I love to travel. To keep my body and mind healthy I also practice yoga.Back to top
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