Hormones play an important role in our bodies and are integral in making us who we are. When hormones change due to ageing or other conditions, this can significantly impact our physical and mental health. At The Surrey Park Clinic, we aim to manage hormone imbalances to restore your health and wellbeing. We firmly believe that women should not suffer in silence and strive to help our patients recover and feel their best.
With over 10 years of experience in managing hormonal imbalances for women, we aim to improve the quality of our patient’s lives with a personalised, professional and innovative approach to treatment tailored to our patients’ precise needs. For information specific to managing Menopausal symptoms, please click here.
You will be seen at the initial consultation and complete a symptom questionnaire. You may be required to have some additional tests:
Treatments are tailored to your individual needs and may include specialist dietary advice, sensitive and sympathetic explanation, and a targeted treatment plan of hormone replacement. Individual hormone tailoring for hormonal imbalance will also benefit:
For more information about the different hormone conditions we treat, please click here, or complete our symptom questionnaire, and a specialist member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Our Specialists, Mr Jay Chatterjee and Dr Alex Standring, have extensive experience in Menopause and Hormone management. Mr Chatterjee and Dr Standring have both a kind and empathetic approach, resulting in patients from all over the UK and Europe seeking their expertise. You can call 01483 454 016 to book an initial consultation or use the link below
(Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of appointments are taking place remotely, via telephone or video call)
Your specialist will advise you on which treatments from lifestyle and dietary advice to medication after your consultation.
You do not need a referral to book an appointment, just call the clinic on 01483 454016 or click on the link below:
Up until recently, Insulin Resistance has been poorly understood. Still, increasing interest and research show that the diagnosis and early treatment or improvement of Insulin Resistance have a huge benefit, both in the short term for the treatment of symptoms and in the long term, to prevent cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Our expert team can offer tests to establish your level of risk and provide advice and treatment to those who need it. Click here to find out more.
A combination of altered hormone levels due to various factors can lead to short term symptoms and long term health problems. These symptoms are explained in more detail below: