Most women will have their first routine ultrasound scan at about 12 weeks, but it is possible to arrange an earlier private pregnancy scan at a clinic in London. We should be able to see the amniotic sac in your womb from as early as four or five weeks, although the embryo itself will be too small for you to see. By seven weeks, we can usually detect the heartbeat and see your baby on the screen.
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One of the kinds of medical specialist you may encounter at the Cardiac Screen clinic in London is a radiologist. Radiologists specialize in imaging procedures such as ultrasound that can provide insight into what is going on inside your body. Read More
The sports screening we provide in London can include a range of different tests, including heart tests like the ECG and echocardiogram. Read More
Anxiety is a growing problem in a world that seems increasingly high-pressure and fast-paced. Several different kinds of anxiety disorder are often treated at our psychiatric clinic in London. Read More
The treatment you receive when you have a stroke is just the beginning. After you have recovered, you may need tests such as a carotid Doppler scan to help understand what happened and how you’ve been affected. You may also need ongoing care and treatment to prevent further problems. Read More
Although most people think of an abdominal pregnancy scan when they think about ultrasound, we actually perform a range of different ultrasound scans at our clinic in London. One of these is the transvaginal scan, which can get clearer pictures of structures such as your ovaries that don’t show up well on an abdominal scan. Read More
Eating a healthy diet can have a big impact on your blood pressure. If screening reveals that you have high blood pressure, one of the first things you should do is look at your diet. Some simple changes could help to bring your blood pressure down. Read More
One of the important things to remember about having a heart test at our London clinic is that the tests we perform are safe, non invasive, and painless. There is nothing to worry about when it comes to the procedure itself and your doctor can explain exactly what to expect if you’re nervous. If you’re still worried, here are some tips to help you stay calm when waiting for or having a cardiac test. Read More
We all know that exercise is good for our hearts, so it can seem strange that those of us who live active lives can be in need of heart screening. However, it is important to remember that when you are working out your heart is working hard too. Sports screening in London can protect you from heart attacks, arrhythmia’s, sudden cardiac death, and other serious heart problems that can be triggered by physical activity.