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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Emile Morgan at Spire include:
Genito-urinary medicine: HIV, sexual dysfunction and genital dermatosis
I undertake treatment of the consequences of the human papilloma virus infection (HPV, genital warts) and the management of cervical abnormalities. I am experienced in the management of sexual dysfunction in both male and female, genital and sexually transmitted infections and genital skin disorders. I have vast experience in treating vulval conditions including vestibulitis and vulvodynia. I have been an HIV physician since the beginning of the epidemic and a consultant in genitourinary medicine and sexual health since 1990. Previously, I have been a lecturer in the medicine of AIDS at Manchester University.
In summary, referrals are welcomed for sexually transmitted infections, pelvic inflammatory disease, sexual dysfunction, genital skin disorders - particularly vulval pathology, genital HPV and warts, HIV disease management and counselling and colposcopy for diagnosis and treatment of cervical abnormalities.
I provide a highly confidential and friendly service. Self referral, general practitioner and consultant colleagues referral are all welcome.
I am an accredited colposcopist and currently I am the national president of the genitourinary physicians colposcopy group.
Consultant physician and clinical director of HIV, sexual and reproductive health at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, Wigan Shine Centre, Leigh Shine Centre and Salford sexual health services.
Consultant physician in HIV, sexual and reproductive health at the Macclesfield District General Hospital, (Monday late evening).
|Telephone||Out patient appointments - 01925 215 087|
|Private secretary||Mrs Tracey Irving - 01204 390 777|
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