06 April 2017
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Bhavdeep Jani at Spire include:
Respiratory - Asthma
Gastro-enterology - Constipation
Cardiology - Murmurs
Neurology - Funny turns
Any general medical problems that appears to be impacting on a child’s health following discussion with your GP. Respiratory conditions including recurrent cough and wheeze e.g. Viral related wheeze and Asthma
Gastroenterological (Bowel) conditions including constipation/diarrhoea/soiling, abdominal pain, irritable bowel disease, coeliac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, gastroesophageal reflux, cow’s milk and lactose intolerance.
General problems e.g. general infections, headaches, funny turns, seizures, palpitations, heart murmur, eczema and other skin conditions, allergies, joint swelling and pains, chronic fatigue, urinary tract infections, bed-wetting and bladder instability.
I provide outpatient clinics in general paediatrics (new-born to 16 years) at the Spire Alexandra Hospital. I have a regular clinic on a Saturday morning but can see patients at other times by arrangement via secretary. I also provide support to the hospital for inpatient care for patients admitted for surgical procedures. I can provide care for a wide range of problems and can integrate care if specific referral is required to other specialties.
|Private secretary||Tracy Fillingham|
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Member of British Association of Perinatal Medicine.
Member of Paediatric Research Society (UK and Eire).
Member of European Paediatric Research Society.
Member of British Society for Human Genetics.
Paediatrics (Training Programme Director – HEKSS School Of Paediatrics)
Consultant Neonatal Paediatrician, Medway Maritime Hospital, Medway NHS Foundation TrustBack to top
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