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We offer flexible appointments with specialist and clinicians during office hours and evenings and at weekends in local office, replica watches site or home or other approved locations of your chosen.
Clients can request to be seen by a male or female clinician, and in this case we encourage pre-booked appointments. We do provide, but should you require this facility we may be able to advise you on suitable local services.
Whilst we are conveniently located to most areas such as West and Central and South London, City Centre locations near underground and stations and in parts of Kent and world wide service is available on request. Tell us in the contact us form.
Clients are welcome to request an immediate appointment, if a doctor or nurse is available, the appointment will be confirmed immediately. Please note, we cannot guarantee this availability that due to service demand.
We advise you to book and confirm your appointment by calling our reception (+44-0871-560-130) if you have not received your confirmed booking to arrange a mutually convenient time. If a doctor or nurse is not immediately available, our aim is to provide an appointment within 24 hours.
Please note that children under 16 years of age will not be seen unless accompanied by a parent or other person with parental responsibility. However, with consent of both parties, a child under 16 may be seen privately for non-intimate examinations by a same-sex or female clinician.
Appointments for consultations or our other services (e.g. health screening or our medical escort clinic) can pre-booked by telephone (08715601013) or by completing the online form on the choose and book your service or click links preferred pages
Medical Glossary Alphabetical search terms
The abdomen is the part of the body between the chest and the hips.
An abortion or termination is a medical procedure that ends pregnancy. The method used depends on the stage of pregnancy.
An abrasion is an injury that happens when the skin is scraped off after it rubs against another surface.
An abscess is a lump containing pus, which is made by the body during infection.
An ache is a constant dull pain in a part of the body.
Acid reflux is a condition that causes heartburn when acid from the stomach flows up into the throat.
Acupuncture is a complementary treatment that uses needles on specific parts of the body.
Acute means occuring suddenly or over a short period of time.
Adrenaline is a hormone produced at times of stress that affects heart rate, blood circulation and other functions of the body.
An allergen is a substance that reacts with the body’s immune system and causes an allergic reaction.
Amnesia is a partial or total loss of memory.
Anaesthetic is a drug used to either numb a part of the body (local), or to put a patient to sleep (general) during surgery.
Analeptics are medicines that restore consciousness to someone in a coma or a faint by stimulating the central nervous system
Analgesics are medicines that relieve pain. For example paracetamol,aspirin and ibuprofen.
Anaphylactic shock is a severe and sometimes life-threatening allergic reaction, causing swelling of body tissues and a drop in blood pressure.
An aneurysm is a blood-filled sac that forms in a weakened part of a blood vessel.
Angina is chest pain caused by a reduced flow of blood to the heart, typically resulting from heart disease.
Antacids are medicines that counteract or neutralize acidity in the lining of the stomach, used to treat indigestion and heartburn. For example magnesium carbonate and calcium carbonate.
Anthelmintic medicines are used to treat parasitic worms. For example mebendazole and peperazine.
Antibiotics are medicines that can be used to treat infections caused by micro-organisms, usually bacteria or fungi. For example amoxicillin, streptomycin and erythromycin.
Antibodies and immunoglobins are proteins in the blood. They are produced by the immune system to fight against bacteria, viruses and disease.
Anticoagulant is a substance that stops blood from clotting (prevents coagulation). For example warfarin.
Anticonvulsant medicine is used to treat epilepsy and seizures. For example Lorazepam.
Antidepressant medicine is used to treat depression. For example Fluoxetine, Paroxetine.
Antidiarrhoeal medicine is used to treat diarrhoea. For example, dicyclomine.
Antidote medicine is used to treat poisoning or a medicine overdose.
Antiemetic medicine is used to prevent or control vomiting. For example metoclopramide, cyclizine.
Antifungal medicine is used to treat fungal infections. For example, clotrimazole, ketoconazole.
Antihistamine medicine counteracts the action of histamine (a chemical released during an allergic reaction). For example loratadine, hydroxyzine.
Antihypertensive medicine reduce high blood pressure (hypertension).
Anti-inflammatory medicines reduce swelling and inflammation.
Antipruritic medicines are used to relieve and control itching.
Antipsychotic medicines are used to treat schizophrenia, mania and bipolar disorder. For example, chlorpromazine.
Antipyretic medicines are used to treat fever. For example, aspirin and paracetamol.
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