Over the last decade we’ve discovered that your skin may play an unexpected, and quite profound, role in health and immunity. Your skin is no longer looked upon as simply the barrier that protects your internal organs, bones and muscles from the outside world. It’s now believed to be a kind of go-between, mediating the… Continue reading Can hormones provide a natural face lift?
I'm pleased to have been asked to contribute to this month's Psycholgies magazine. I'm discussing the mid cycle effects of oestrogen. To see the whole article, click here. For more information on my hormone treatments, click here. If you want to know more about me, or any of the… Continue reading Hormone coverage in Psychologies magazine
Acne is widely perceived to be a teenage issue, but late-onset or adult-acne is becoming increasingly common in women in their 20s, 30s, 40s and even 50s. I’ve had patients of all ages come to me suffering from acne. Not only can it be painful, but it can cause confidence issues and lead to scarring.… Continue reading Adult acne: An update
As 2014 draws to a closes, I’ve been thinking about my highlights of the past year, and looking forward to what 2015 has in store. It’s great to see that yet again patient numbers are up, I've just introduced Fractora into the clinic and moving forward I’ve yet more groundbreaking treatments to reveal – more info… Continue reading My highlights of 2014, and looking ahead to 2015.
This year I’ve seen a marked increase in the amount of patients I’ve seen for hormone balancing. In just the last week I’ve received two emails from patients who feel that hormone balancing has made a significant difference to their health and wellbeing. It’s great to get such positive feedback, and I thought I’d share… Continue reading Patient feedback: Hormone balancing
It's something I'm always talking about, but keeping the right balance of hormones is one of the most effective ways to stay looking and feeling young. Hormones are chemical compounds that are formed by the glands, and are carried in the blood to other parts of the body. Often described as chemical messengers, when hormones… Continue reading How keeping your hormones balanced can keep you looking and feeling good
Last month I had an interesting chat with the wonderful Antonia Mariconda about how hormone fluctuations can contribute to the ageing process. Antonia had a fantastic article on the subject published on the Huffington Post, which you can read here by clicking on the image below: This was picked up by Daily Mail, who published their… Continue reading Press coverage in Mail Online & Huffington Post
Dr Sister offers a specific hormone balancing consultation service. Keeping hormones balanced is vital to overall health and wellbeing. Hormones are chemical compounds formed by the glands and are carried via the blood to other parts of the body. When hormones reach their target they stimulate that part of the body to function more vigorously. If… Continue reading Hormone balancing: Why it’s important and what’s involved
I was pleased to have been interviewed for this article on testosterone in last weekend's Sunday Times Style magazine. Click on the image below to view a larger version of the article. The book, Your Hormone Doctor, written by Leah Hardy, Susie Rogers and me, comes out on May 8th 2014 and will be available in… Continue reading Quoted in hormones article in Sunday Times Style magazine
In the world of aesthetic medicine each new year brings further developments and progress, as well as its own set of challenges. As I write this in December 2013, I already know that 2014 is set to be a very busy year, so here’s a quick taster of some of the events I’m looking forward… Continue reading Looking ahead to 2014