Siamo lieti di inaugurare il nostro nuovo servizio di Salute della donna di Italian Medical Centre.
La responsabile del servizio, Dottoressa Giada Frontino, vanta una lunga esperienza di ricerca clinica presso la Clinica Universitaria Mangiagalli di Milano e numerose pubblicazioni in riviste internazionali peer-reviewed nell’ambito di patologie di ginecologia pediatrica e dell’adolescenza, della donna adulta, endometriosi, fibromi uterini, malformazioni dell’apparato genitale femminile ed anomalie del ciclo mestruale.
La Dottoressa Frontino ha un approccio olistico ed una capacità comunicativa chiara ed empatica, incentrata sul rapporto medico-paziente.
La Dottoressa Frontino ha un’elevata competenza nella prevenzione e nella cura delle patologie ginecologiche e ostetriche, offrendo presso il nostro Centro i seguenti servizi:
- Diagnosi e cura delle anomalie del ciclo mestruali e del dolore pelvico, fibromi uterini, endometriosi.
- Ginecologia dell’Adolescenza. Contraccezione.
- PAP test, Ecografia ginecologica, transvaginale, Sonoisterografia, Sonosalpingografia (HyCoSy).
- Valutazione della fertilità femminile e di coppia.
- Salute sessuale e prevenzione e cura delle infezioni genitali.
- Salute in perimenopausa e in menopausa.
- Ecografie in gravidanza, Ecografia morfologica precoce, Ecografia morfologica, Ecografia della crescita fetale.
- Harmony Test, Translucenza nucale, Ultrascreen.
La dottoressa Frontino inizierà a ricevere le sue pazienti dal 22 settembre presso the Italian Medical Centre (Bond Street station, Central/Jubilee line), nel cuore di Londra.
Per informazioni o per prenotazioni, vi invitiamo a contattarci ed approfittare della promozione di lancio riguardante la giornata del 22 settembre:
Prima visita ginecologica a £150, invece di £180.
Visita ginecologica + Ecografia pelvica a £240, invece di £280.
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We are proud to introduce our new Women’s Healthcare service at the Italian Medical Centre. Dr. Giada Frontino, MD has done extensive clinical research in Italy at the leading Obstetrics and Gynaecology University hospital in Milan (Clinica Mangiagalli). She has published widely-cited papers regarding endometriosis, uterine fibroids and congenital female genital anomalies in international peer-reviewed journals.
Dr.Frontino has a holistic approach and uses clear and genuinely empathetic communication, which is centered on the patient-doctor relationship.
Dr. Frontino provides high-quality care with her expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecological and obstetric disorders, and is available to her patients with the following services:
- Antenatal Care
- Harmony Test, Nuchal Translucency, Early Fetal Anomaly scans (15-20wks), Fetal growth scans
- Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecology
- Diagnosis and Treatment of Menstrual Disorders and Pelvic Pain, Endometriosis, and Uterine fibroids
- Sexual health and STD screening and treatment, Contraception counseling
- Pelvic transvaginal and transabdominal ultrasound
- Cervical smear and HPV test
- Fertility assessment, Sonohysterography, HyCoSy
- Perimenopausal and menopausal health
Dr. Frontino is available starting from September 22nd, 2017 at the Italian Medical Centre (Bond Street station, Central/Jubilee line).
For more information and for bookings, please contact us to take advantage of the following promotional offer valid only on 22nd September:
First consultation £150 instead of £180
First consultation + Pelvic ultrasound £240 instead of £280.
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September is Vascular Disease Awareness Month! Every clinician we have working here at IMC from our doctors to our nutritionists will tell you the importance of keeping your heart healthy. It really is the heart of you, without which nothing would function. With this in mind we list our top five tips to help you keep your heart healthy….
Make sure you’re managing your weight. Extra weight means your heart is having to work harder to pump blood around your body which puts strain on it. If you struggle with weight management and would like some help, book in with one of our nutritionists today.
Don’t drink too much! Yes, we all regularly hear that ‘one glass is good for you’ but the problem is that one glass every day can start adding inches to your waistline which, as we saw in tip one, is bad news for heart health.
Make sure you eat enough fish. At least two portions a week is the recommended intake to help prevent heart disease. And make sure one of those is an oily one!
Cut down on saturated fat. The ‘baddie’ of the food world – eating a diet too high in saturated fat can lead to increased cholesterol in your blood stream. Not all saturated fat is bad though so make sure you choose wisely! Avocados, despite being a source naturally rich in fat, have actually been shown to lower cholesterol so make sure you include these in your diet.
Quit the smoking habit. With most things in life there are usually arguments for and against it but with smoking this is not the case. No part of smoking cigarettes has been found to be beneficial and it is now thought to be solely responsible for 14% of deaths from heart disease in the UK. However, the most important thing is that it is preventable! So give up today and start reaping back the benefits, in your wallet and in your health.
If you’re concerned about your heart or just want some advice on anything, from nutrition to giving up smoking, book an appointment today and we will find the right specialist for you!
Alternatively you can give us a call on 02037 949 108