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Emotional Freedom Technique Therapy (EFT Tapping)

24th June 2014

“The true cause of negative thoughts, emotional feelings and physical symptoms, is an energy block along one or more of the body’s meridians,” Gary Craig, founder of EFT Tapping.   Emotional Freedom Technique, otherwise known as EFT Tapping, is a highly effective self-help tool which can be used to release mental, physical and emotional issues. EFT…

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Younger Looking Skin with No Knife Required

By Dr Jenna Burton, 24th June 2014

“I’m going under the knife!” A phrase exchanged so often by fashionistas in the 90's. The aim; enhance their appearance and look their best. Long brutal surgeries were followed by weeks of recovery, bruising, blood loss and pain. The financial cost was great. The cost of time was great and the result was irreversible. A…

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Pall Mall Medical Opens New Facility in Liverpool

13th June 2014

We are delighted to announce that the renowned medical services offered by Pall Mall Medical are now available to patients in Liverpool. The new private medical centre, situated on St Pauls Square in the heart of Liverpool city centre, is the third location for Pall Mall Medical as we already have established centres in Manchester…

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Why Early Screening is so Important for Detecting Ovarian Cancer

29th May 2014

  If there’s one word that instantly fills anyone with dread, it’s cancer. When anyone mentions the ‘C’ word, our instant reaction is to recoil with horror and imagine the worst case scenario. Thankfully, the general knowledge of the more common types of cancer, such as cervical,  testicular,  breast and ovarian cancer is rising, with more…

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Intimate Female Cosmetic Surgery

27th May 2014

We all strive to look the best we possibly can, whether that’s with the hottest fashions, the sleekest haircut or the latest ‘miracle anti-ageing’ beauty products. It is now common place to also use cosmetic surgery to further enhance our assets, a subtle nip and tuck here and there can work wonders for improving body…

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Treatments for Thread Veins

20th May 2014

At that time of year when the sun starts peeping its head out from behind the clouds and the days gradually become warmer. Whilst for most people it’s a welcome relief to say hello to sunny spring days, for others, it’s not such good news. Some people find the thought of dressing in lighter, shorter…

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Breasts and Their Bobbly Bits - Breast Cancer & How to do a Breast Exam

By Dr Jenna Burton, 19th May 2014

Yes they give us back pain occasionally and are a nightmare squeezing into a sports bra, but they are comforting, make us feel feminine and serve a beautiful purpose when we feed our newborns. Yet despite their important role, do we really show them much care and attention? The American Cancer Society estimate in 2014…

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Everything You Need to Know About Ultrasound Scans

30th April 2014

  When we think of ultrasound scans, the first thing that generally springs to mind is scans within pregnancy. Many of us have experienced a prenatal scan ourselves, if not, we have certainly seen the treasured black and white images that capture a baby’s first picture in the womb.   The ‘twelve-week ultrasound scan’ is…

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Nail Conditions: Identifying what is inside, from the outside

By Dr Jenna Burton, 28th April 2014

Our nails are very important to us. We file them, we polish them, we take collagen just to strengthen them. We pick all the colours of the rainbow for them. We cover them in glitter and some people have made full-time careers from looking after them. Whether it be on our fingers or on our…

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Athletically High Cholesterol

By Dr Jenna Burton, 25th April 2014

Our patients here at Pall Mall Medical often ask if we can check their cholesterol levels. Evidently aware that theirs may be high. The results can be shocking. Not only are patients in the ‘at risk’ groups demonstrating cholesterol greater than that recommended by NICE and AMA*, patients we do not expect to have raised…

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