Private Gastroenterology Consultations

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Private Consultations

Private Gastroenterology Consultation: What to Expect

Gastrointestinal problems can be a source of discomfort and anxiety for many people. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) offers excellent care, but waiting times for gastroenterology appointments can be long. If you are experiencing symptoms that are impacting your quality of life, a private gastroenterology consultation may be a good option. In this article, we will discuss what you can expect from a private gastroenterology consultation, including new consultation, follow-up consultation, and second opinion consultation.

New Consultation

If this is your first time seeing a gastroenterologist, you will likely schedule a new consultation. During this appointment, you will meet with the gastroenterologist who will review your medical history and ask you questions about your symptoms. Be prepared to provide detailed information about your symptoms, including when they started, how often they occur, and whether there are any triggers. The gastroenterologist may also ask about your family history and any previous medical procedures you have undergone.

After discussing your symptoms, the gastroenterologist may perform a physical examination. Depending on your symptoms, you may need additional testing, such as blood tests, stool tests, imaging tests, or endoscopic procedures. The gastroenterologist will explain the testing process to you and answer any questions you may have.

Follow-Up Consultation

If you have already been diagnosed with a gastrointestinal condition, you may schedule a follow-up consultation with your gastroenterologist. During this appointment, the gastroenterologist will review your medical history, ask about any changes in your symptoms, and perform a physical examination. If you have undergone testing or procedures since your last appointment, the gastroenterologist will review the results with you and discuss any necessary treatment options.

If you are undergoing treatment for a gastrointestinal condition, the gastroenterologist may adjust your medication or treatment plan based on your current symptoms or test results. They will also monitor your progress and schedule any necessary follow-up appointments.

Second Opinion Consultation

If you have been diagnosed with a gastrointestinal condition but are unsure about the recommended treatment plan, you may schedule a second opinion consultation with a different gastroenterologist. During this appointment, the gastroenterologist will review your medical history, ask about your symptoms, and review any previous testing or procedures. They may perform a physical examination and order additional testing if necessary.

After reviewing your medical history and test results, the gastroenterologist will provide their opinion on your diagnosis and treatment options. They may offer alternative treatment options or suggest further testing to confirm the diagnosis. It is important to remember that a second opinion does not necessarily mean that the first gastroenterologist was incorrect. It is simply a way to ensure that you are receiving the best possible care for your condition.

In Conclusion

A private gastroenterology consultation can provide you with the care and attention you need to address your gastrointestinal symptoms. Whether you are scheduling a new consultation, a follow-up consultation, or a second opinion consultation, be prepared to provide detailed information about your symptoms and medical history. The gastroenterologist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan and monitor your progress to ensure that you are receiving the best possible care.

Dietitian Consultation: A Guide to Eating Well

Eating a balanced and nutritious diet is essential for maintaining good health and preventing chronic diseases. However, with so much conflicting information about what to eat and what to avoid, it can be challenging to know where to start. A dietitian consultation can help you navigate the world of nutrition and develop a personalised eating plan that works for you.

What is a Dietitian?

A dietitian is a qualified healthcare professional who specialises in the science of nutrition and dietetics. They use their knowledge of food and nutrition to help individuals achieve their health goals, whether that’s losing weight, managing a medical condition, or improving overall health and wellbeing.

What Happens During a Dietitian Consultation?

A dietitian consultation typically starts with a thorough assessment of your current health status, medical history, and dietary habits. The dietitian will ask you questions about your lifestyle, preferences, and any specific dietary needs or restrictions.

Based on this information, the dietitian will work with you to develop a personalised eating plan that meets your nutritional needs and supports your health goals. This may involve making changes to your current diet, such as increasing your intake of certain nutrients, reducing your intake of saturated fats or sugar, or incorporating more plant-based foods into your meals.

The dietitian will provide practical advice on meal planning, food preparation, and portion control, as well as tips for eating out and grocery shopping. They may also recommend specific supplements or functional foods that can support your health and wellbeing.

New Consultation

If you are seeing a dietitian for the first time, you will typically have a new consultation. This appointment usually lasts between 60 and 90 minutes and involves a comprehensive assessment of your nutritional status and health goals. The dietitian will provide you with personalised advice and a detailed eating plan to help you achieve your goals.

Follow-up Consultation

If you have already had a new consultation with a dietitian, you may require follow-up consultations to monitor your progress and make any necessary adjustments to your eating plan. Follow-up consultations can be scheduled weekly, fortnightly, or monthly, depending on your needs.

Second Opinion Consultation

If you have already received advice from a healthcare professional but would like a second opinion from a dietitian, you can book a second opinion consultation. During this appointment, the dietitian will review your medical history, dietary habits, and health goals and provide you with an alternative perspective and advice.

Benefits of Seeing a Dietitian

Seeing a dietitian can have numerous benefits for your health and wellbeing, including:

  • Improved nutrition and dietary habits
  • Better management of medical conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or food allergies
  • Weight loss or weight gain, depending on your health goals
  • Increased energy and vitality
  • Enhanced sports performance
  • Improved mental health and wellbeing

Conclusion

A dietitian consultation is an essential tool for anyone looking to improve their nutrition and achieve their health goals. With personalised advice and a tailored eating plan, a dietitian can help you make sustainable changes to your dietary habits and improve your overall health and wellbeing. If you are considering seeing a dietitian, speak to your healthcare provider or book an appointment with a registered dietitian today.

Gut-Directed Hypnotherapy

Gut-directed hypnotherapy is a type of therapy that aims to help individuals who suffer from functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID). FGID is a condition that affects the digestive system and can cause a range of symptoms, such as abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, and diarrhoea. Gut-directed hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to help alleviate these symptoms and improve the quality of life for those affected by FGID.

During a gut-directed hypnotherapy session, the therapist guides the patient into a state of relaxation and uses hypnosis to help them access the subconscious mind. The therapist then uses specific suggestions to help the patient reframe their thoughts and feelings about their digestive symptoms. The aim is to help the patient learn how to better manage their symptoms by addressing the underlying psychological factors that may be contributing to their condition.

Research has shown that gut-directed hypnotherapy can be an effective treatment for FGID. A review of 35 studies found that gut-directed hypnotherapy was significantly more effective than standard medical treatments for the management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which is a common FGID. In addition, gut-directed hypnotherapy has been shown to improve symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhoea, and constipation.

Gut-directed hypnotherapy is a safe and non-invasive treatment option for FGID. It can be particularly helpful for patients who have not found relief from traditional medical treatments. It is important to note that gut-directed hypnotherapy is not a cure for FGID, but rather a way to manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

If you are interested in gut-directed hypnotherapy, it is important to find a qualified therapist who has experience working with FGID. The therapist should be a registered practitioner with a professional body, such as the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.

In conclusion, gut-directed hypnotherapy is a type of therapy that can help individuals who suffer from functional gastrointestinal disorders. It uses hypnosis to help alleviate symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, and diarrhoea. Research has shown that gut-directed hypnotherapy can be an effective treatment option for FGID. If you are interested in gut-directed hypnotherapy, it is important to find a qualified therapist with experience in treating FGID.

Consultations

Private gastroenterology consultation

New Р£ 300

Follow up Р£200

Second opinion Р350£
Dietitian consultation

£ 100

Gut-directed hypnotherapy 

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(per session)

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GI physiology studies ‚Äč

What are Gastrointestinal physiology tests ?

Procedures

What are Gastrointestinal physiology tests ?

The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is responsible for the digestion and absorption of nutrients from the food we eat. Understanding the physiology of the GI tract is crucial in diagnosing and treating various GI disorders. Gastrointestinal physiology tests are an important tool that healthcare professionals use to assess the function of the GI tract. In this article, we will discuss three commonly used gastrointestinal physiology tests: Private Oesophageal Manometry, Reflux Test (24-hour pH and Impedance), and Private Oesophageal Manometry and Reflux Test Combined.

Private Oesophageal Manometry:

Private Oesophageal Manometry is a test used to assess the function of the oesophagus, the muscular tube that connects the mouth to the stomach. During the test, a thin tube with pressure sensors is inserted through the nose and into the oesophagus. The sensors detect the pressure waves generated by the oesophageal muscles as they contract and relax. This information helps to determine if the oesophageal muscles are functioning normally.

Private Oesophageal Manometry is commonly used to diagnose conditions such as achalasia, a rare disorder that affects the ability of the oesophageal muscles to contract properly. It can also be used to evaluate patients with difficulty swallowing or chest pain.

Reflux Test (24-hour pH and Impedance):

The Reflux Test is a test used to assess the presence and severity of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), a condition in which stomach acid flows back into the oesophagus, causing symptoms such as heartburn and acid regurgitation. The test involves placing a thin tube through the nose and into the oesophagus, which is then attached to a device that measures the pH level (acidic or alkaline) of the oesophagus over a 24-hour period. Additionally, impedance monitoring can be used to measure the movement of liquid or gas in the oesophagus.

This test can help to diagnose GERD and determine the effectiveness of treatment options. It can also be used to evaluate patients with symptoms such as chronic cough, hoarseness, or chest pain.

Private Oesophageal Manometry and Reflux Test Combined:

Private Oesophageal Manometry and Reflux Test Combined is a comprehensive test that combines the two tests described above. It is often used when a patient has symptoms that suggest both oesophageal motility problems and GERD. During the test, a thin tube is inserted through the nose and into the oesophagus to assess the function of the oesophageal muscles (Private Oesophageal Manometry) while also measuring the pH level of the oesophagus over a 24-hour period (Reflux Test).

This test provides a comprehensive evaluation of the function of the oesophagus and can help to diagnose and evaluate treatment options for conditions such as GERD and achalasia.

In conclusion, gastrointestinal physiology tests are important tools that healthcare professionals use to assess the function of the GI tract. Private Oesophageal Manometry, Reflux Test (24-hour pH and Impedance), and Private Oesophageal Manometry and Reflux Test Combined are three commonly used tests that can help diagnose and evaluate treatment options for conditions such as GERD and achalasia. If you are experiencing symptoms related to your GI tract, talk to your healthcare provider to see if a gastrointestinal physiology test is right for you.

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Breath tests for SIBO

What are Breath Tests ?

Procedures

Breath Tests

Breath tests are a non-invasive diagnostic tool used in gastroenterology to diagnose certain digestive conditions. These tests involve measuring the levels of gases in a person’s breath before and after they ingest a small amount of a substance, such as lactose or glucose.

The principle behind breath tests is that when certain substances are digested or fermented by bacteria in the gut, they release gases, such as hydrogen or methane, which can be detected in a person’s breath. By measuring the levels of these gases in the breath, doctors can determine if a person is able to digest or absorb certain substances properly.

Breath tests are commonly used to diagnose lactose intolerance, a condition in which a person’s body is unable to digest lactose, a sugar found in milk and other dairy products. The lactose breath test involves drinking a lactose solution and then measuring the levels of hydrogen and methane in the breath over a period of time.

Other breath tests used in gastroenterology include the glucose breath test, which is used to diagnose small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), and the urea breath test, which is used to detect the presence of Helicobacter pylori, a bacteria that can cause stomach ulcers and other digestive problems.

Breath tests are generally safe and non-invasive, and do not involve any radiation or needles. They are also relatively inexpensive compared to other diagnostic tests, and can provide quick results. However, breath tests may not be appropriate for everyone, and their accuracy can be affected by certain medications or medical conditions. It is important to talk to a healthcare provider to determine if a breath test is appropriate and what it can diagnose.

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Haemorrhoidal banding

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Haemorrhoidal Treatment

What is Haemorrhoidal banding?

Haemorrhoidal banding is a procedure used to treat symptomatic hemorrhoids. It is a minimally invasive procedure that is performed in a doctor’s office or outpatient setting.

During the procedure, a small rubber band is placed around the base of the hemorrhoid, which cuts off the blood supply to the tissue. The hemorrhoid will then shrink and eventually fall off. This procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia.

Haemorrhoidal banding is considered a safe and effective treatment for symptomatic hemorrhoids, with a low risk of complications. The procedure is typically well tolerated and patients can return to their normal activities soon after the procedure.

It is important to discuss all treatment options with a healthcare provider to determine the best option for each individual patient.

What are Botox injections for anal fissures ?

Botox injections for anal fissures are a non-surgical treatment option for people who have chronic anal fissures that have not responded to other treatments. Botox is the trade name for a type of botulinum toxin, a neurotoxin that works by temporarily paralysing the muscles in the treated area.

In the case of anal fissures, Botox injections are used to relax the internal anal sphincter muscle, which can help to reduce the pain and discomfort associated with the fissure and promote healing. The internal anal sphincter muscle is a ring of smooth muscle that surrounds the anus and controls bowel movements. When this muscle is tense or spasming, it can cause pain and delay healing of an anal fissure.

During the procedure, a small amount of Botox is injected directly into the internal anal sphincter muscle, usually under local anaesthesia. The injection temporarily relaxes the muscle, reducing spasm and improving blood flow to the area, which can help to promote healing of the fissure.

Botox injections for anal fissures have been shown to be effective in relieving pain and promoting healing, with few side effects. However, the effects of Botox are temporary and typically last for a few months. Therefore, repeat injections may be necessary to maintain symptom relief. It is important to note that Botox injections are not appropriate for all patients with anal fissures, and should only be considered after other treatments have been attempted and failed.

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Abdominal ultrasound ‚Äč

What is a private abdominal ultrasound?

Procedures

Ultrasound

What is an abdominal ultrasound?

A private abdominal ultrasound is an ultrasound examination of the abdomen that is performed by a private clinic or hospital, rather than a publicly funded healthcare facility. Patients typically choose a private abdominal ultrasound for a number of reasons, including:

  • Quicker access to an appointment: Private healthcare facilities can often provide faster access to an ultrasound appointment compared to the public healthcare system, as there may be shorter waiting lists.
  • Increased comfort and privacy: Private clinics and hospitals often offer more comfortable and private facilities compared to the public healthcare system.
  • Increased control over the examination: Patients can choose the type of private abdominal ultrasound they would like to have, and they may be able to request a specific radiologist or sonographer.
  • More detailed reports: Private clinics and hospitals may offer more detailed reports and results compared to the public healthcare system.
  • Increased flexibility: Patients can often choose the time and date of their private abdominal ultrasound appointment, which can be particularly important for those who have busy schedules.

However, it is important to note that private abdominal ultrasounds are typically not covered by healthcare insurance and must be paid for out-of-pocket by the patient. Additionally, private abdominal ultrasounds may not always be necessary, and a referral from a GP or specialist may be required.

What can you see during an abdominal ultrasound?

An abdominal ultrasound is a medical imaging test that uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of the organs and tissues within the abdomen. During an abdominal ultrasound, a doctor or a¬† sonographer (technitian) applies a special gel to the patient’s skin and uses a handheld probe to generate the sound waves and capture the images.

An abdominal ultrasound can provide valuable information about the following organs and structures:

  • Liver: The ultrasound can assess the size, shape, and texture of the liver and detect any abnormalities, such as cysts, tumors, or cirrhosis.
  • Gallbladder: The ultrasound can detect gallstones, evaluate the function of the gallbladder, and identify any inflammation or infection.
  • Pancreas: The ultrasound can evaluate the size and shape of the pancreas and detect any abnormalities, such as cysts or tumors.
  • Spleen: The ultrasound can assess the size and texture of the spleen and detect any abnormalities, such as an enlarged spleen or a mass.
  • Kidneys: The ultrasound can evaluate the size, shape, and texture of the kidneys and detect any abnormalities, such as cysts, tumors, or kidney stones.
  • Abdominal blood vessels: The ultrasound can evaluate the blood flow in the major arteries and veins within the abdomen, such as the aorta and the vena cava.
  • Abdominal fluid collections: The ultrasound can detect the presence of fluid within the abdomen, such as ascites, which can be a sign of liver disease or other underlying conditions.

In addition to these organs, an abdominal ultrasound can also help diagnose other conditions such as hernias, abdominal pain, and digestive tract problems. The images obtained during an abdominal ultrasound can help guide further diagnostic tests or treatments as needed.

What is a pelvic ultrasound ?

A pelvic ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging test that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the structures and organs within the pelvic area, such as the uterus, ovaries, bladder, and prostate gland.

In gastroenterology, a pelvic ultrasound may be used to evaluate the lower gastrointestinal tract, including the rectum and anus, and to assess the structures adjacent to it, such as the bladder and prostate in males, and the uterus and ovaries in females.

Some of the common uses of pelvic ultrasound in gastroenterology include:

  1. Evaluating the extent of rectal cancer: Pelvic ultrasound can help determine the size and location of rectal tumors, and can also identify any nearby lymph nodes that may be affected.

  2. Diagnosing pelvic floor disorders: Pelvic ultrasound can help diagnose pelvic floor disorders, such as fecal incontinence or rectal prolapse, by assessing the anatomy and function of the pelvic muscles.

  3. Assessing prostate enlargement: In males, pelvic ultrasound can be used to assess the size of the prostate gland and to identify any abnormalities, such as enlargement due to benign prostatic hyperplasia or the presence of tumors.

  4. Evaluating urinary incontinence: Pelvic ultrasound can be used to evaluate the bladder and urinary tract to determine the cause of urinary incontinence.

Overall, pelvic ultrasound is a useful diagnostic tool in gastroenterology, as it provides detailed images of the pelvic organs and structures, allowing physicians to accurately diagnose and treat a wide range of gastrointestinal conditions.

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