Gynaecology is the area of medicine that deals with women’s health issues, particularly those of the breasts and reproductive system.
Spire is delighted to provide a highly-qualified team of gynaecologists in Liverpool. Between them, they can identify and treat a vast number of women’s health complaints, applying all the latest techniques and technology to put a stop to symptoms. From minor cosmetic procedures through to treating cancers and removing tumours, the team offer fast access to high-quality care.
Treatments offered in Liverpool
Once a member of the team has established what’s causing your problem, they will be able to recommend the best form of treatment for your situation. Spire’s private gynaecologists in Merseyside may suggest one of a number of treatments they provide, including:
Conditions treated in Liverpool
The team at Spire Liverpool Hospital have a vast knowledge of women’s health conditions. As such, they are experienced when it comes to identifying and treating the likes of:
Symptoms treated in Liverpool
The symptoms of a gynaecological issue can be unpleasant at best, but the good news is that they’re almost entirely treatable. Our team of gynaecologists in Liverpool can offer a solution to stop you experiencing things like:
Tests and scans carried out in Liverpool
If you’re experiencing a health problem that you think a gynaecologist should take a look at, contact Spire Liverpool Hospital today. A member of our team can use one or several tests to determine the cause of your symptoms, including:
Spire Liverpool is located to the south east of the city centre, on the edges of Sefton Park at Greenbank Road. That makes it handy to get to from most parts of Merseyside, and this will be your closest Spire Hospital if you live in Garston, Kirby and Prescot.
Based in quiet and peaceful grounds facing Greenbank Park, we are only a 15-minute car journey from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and are well placed for easy access via public transport routes.
Consultant Gynaecologist & Subspecialist in Urogynaecology