Dr Lawen

We have a New Doctor

We are delighted to announce that Dr Lawen Muheden is joining our team. Lawen is a London based GP who trained at St Thomas’ Hospital, rotating through disciplines of medicine, surgery, orthopaedics, urology, gastroenterology, and dermatology. He brings with him a wealth of experience in both the NHS and the Private sector, with specialist skills and interests in the field …

Pixie and Sera Patient Support Team

Meet our Expanded Patient Support Team

Along with appointing a new doctor we have also added to our Patient support team. Andrew Bailey We would like to welcome Andrew Bailey who transitioned to our practice earlier this year having held a role managing a team across 4 NHS practices in the Essex area. This is not Andrews’s first foray into private practice, for many years he …

Watch this space ….

It is just over 3 years since Pixie and Sera opened the doors to their practice at The London clinic. During this time the service has grown from strength to strength, thanks to both our dedicated in house team and our incredibly loyal patient population. We know that to maintain the quality & professionalism of our practice we could not …

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

March is Ovarian cancer awareness month. There are approximately 7300 cases of ovarian cancer in the UK and it is the fourth most common cause of cancer related deaths.* Am I at risk? Two of the most relevant factors in assessing the risk of ovarian cancer for women are your age and family history. Your age as it increases also …

Thinking of you at Christmas …

The Christmas countdown has begun and the focus on parties, presents and family is very much at the forefront of our minds. While you feel you cannot wait for it to come, many others cant wish for it to be over. Despite it being billed as “the most wonderful time of the year” for some it does little more than …

Party Season …

It’s early December, the official start of the silly season. Party invitations, dinner dates and after work drinks are the order of the day. Many of us will survive on little sleep and a diet of cheap wine and canapés between now and the end of December. It’s survival of the fittest. I love the Christmas party season but I …

What is Movember …

Movember involves the renaming of the month of November, allowing self cultivated moustaches to take over the month.Its the ultimate “grow your own” ! The goal of Movember is to “change the face of men’s health.” By increasing early cancer detection, diagnosis and interventions , and ultimately reducing the number of preventable deaths. How do you achieve this? It’s not …

Hello Movember …

… the time of year when men globally give up the razor. Men are notoriously bad at going to the doctor. This makes no sense when you consider their life expectancy is on average 4 years lower than for ladies. Men’s reticence in seeking medical help is often either based on machismo or a morbid fear that there is something …

Breast Awareness

The top tip when it comes to Breast examination is knowing what’s normal for you. Whilst technically your breasts are a pair, they are not mirror images of each other. Think of them as sisters rather than twins: the two sides won’t be identical when you check so don’t be alarmed. Self-checking isn’t just about feeling your breasts for lumps …

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Men’s Health – Are you a Weekend Warrior ?

Do you want to optimise your sports performance? We don’t forget to get our cars serviced to keep them on the road, so why are we so blasé about our bodies? It was Men’s health week last week but we want you to know it is not just about disease prevention, awareness of your vital organs or figuring out what …