Dr Tina Peers
Consultant in Contraception and Reproductive Health
MBBS, DRCOG, DFSRH, FFSRH, MBCAM
I trained at Guy's Hospital Medical School and then completed a three year GP Vocational Training Scheme in West Sussex. In 1996, I was asked to be the lead in Women's Health Services and developed the contraception and sexual health department for two PCT localities.
I am now the Clinical Director of Sexual Health Services in Surrey. I started performing vasectomies in 1998 and have done over 3,000 to date. I use a modified no scapel technique and have a haematoma rate of 0%.
In 2004, I trained in cosmetic aesthetics and offer treatments with fillers, botulinum toxin and Sculptra. I am currently training in peels. I am a Sculptra specialist with experience of advanced techniques for better results. I enjoy all of my work - especially the cosmetic aesthetics - and find it very fulfilling to achieve natural looking results for my clients, rejuvenating and refreshing their appearance.
I am particularly passionate about helping women who are going through the menopause, giving them accurate information about the risks and benefits of HRT, and taylor-making their treatments with body-identical hormones.I am privileged to work with my colleagues at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, where we have the largest Female Endocrine Clinic in the country.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Tina Peers at Spire include:
I have special interest in menopause management, PMS and histamine intolerance.
Other services include: smears, intrauterine insertions and removals, implant insertions and removals, including deep implant removals, no-scalpel vasectomies, fillers, botulinim toxin and sculptra treatments.
Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health
Membership of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine
Member of the British Menopause Society
I am a member of the INTRA group. This is a global group of 10 experts who write articles and publish research into intrauterine contraception and its use, particularly in nulliparous women. I have also been an author and co-author of several articles and publications and have written a chapter in a recently published book on Contraception. I lecture nationally and internationally.
I am a Consultant in Contraception and Reproductive Health and Clinical Director of Sexual Health Services in Surrey. I also work at the Female Endocrine Clinic at The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London.
I have one son and two daughters. I love interior design and have just completed an extensive refurbishment of our house with my husband. I also enjoy gardening, travel, skiing, walking, yoga, cooking, fashion, reading, theatre, music and entertaining family and friends.