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Our digestive system provides us with the nutrients and water we need from our food before eliminating toxins from our body. That’s why we need our bowels to be in good health.
It can be difficult to diagnose many problems that affect the digestive system, including conditions such as Crohn’s disease, coeliac/celiac disease and colitis as well as cancer. We offer a full set of tests for these conditions as well as treatments for painful conditions such as haemorrhoids.
We’ve probably all had a tummy upset at some point in life. Your doctor is likely to recommend a bowel disorder test if you've been experiencing a consistent 'funny tummy’ – constipation, diarrhoea, bleeding or pain in your stomach area. You shouldn’t ignore bleeding from your bottom as it can be a warning flag to other more serious digestive diseases such as bowel cancer. Bowel cancer is the eighth most common cause of death in England and early diagnosis and treatment are vital for improving the chances of survival.
You can choose the timing for your test or treatment and if appropriate, the expert consultant who will lead your care. We have a modern, well-equipped hospital and practice some of the latest medical treatments. Your consultant will always discuss your treatment options in full with you and ensure you are fully informed every step of the way. We offer flexible payment options that help put tests and treatment within your reach.
Spire Healthcare have won many awards for the quality of care given and we think our patients here at the hospital agree - in our patient satisfaction survey for 2017, 97% of patients told us the overall quality of their care was 'Good, Very good or Excellent'.
25 June 2019
The Menopause: Free patient information event with Miss Neelam Potdar on Tuesday 25 June 2019.
18 June 2019
Teams across Spire Healthcare set to cycle 40,000 km - the equivalent of the earth’s circumference!