Gynaecology is the area of medicine covering all conditions that are unique to women, particularly health complaints affecting the breasts and reproductive system.
At Spire Dunedin, the team of dedicated gynaecologists in the Reading area are ready to help. With their shared expertise, they’re able to identify and treat all manner of women’s health conditions, using all the latest technology available to help relieve your symptoms. From treating cancers through to small cosmetic procedures, the team always offer the highest quality care.
Treatments offered in Reading
Once a member of the team has uncovered the cause of your complaint, they’ll be able to move you forward for treatment. Spire’s private gynaecologists in Berkshire are trained to perform a wide range of innovative operations, including things like:
Conditions treated in Reading
The team at Spire Dunedin have worked in this area of medicine for many years between them, so there’s no women’s health complaint they haven’t seen before. Those the often arrange treatment for include things like:
Symptoms treated in Reading
The symptoms of gynaecological problems vary, but many of these are unpleasant and can disrupt your daily life. That’s why its important to get something done about these, and the gynaecology department at Spire Dunedin can always find a way to stop or reduce things like:
Tests and scans carried out in Reading
If something seems to be impacting the health of your breasts or reproductive system, give the team a call today. Based on the symptoms you describe, they’ll get you books in for tests to determine the cause, which could include things such as:
Spire Dunedin Hospital can be found near the centre of Reading, just along Bath Road in the east. If you’re coming in from further afield, your best route is along the M4 which runs to the south, leaving at junction 11 and heading north up the A33. This will be your closest Spire hospital if you live in places like Bracknell, Shinfield, Twyford and Woodley.
MBBS, MD, FRCOG
I graduated from University College London and completed my postgraduate training in the Oxford Deanery.