This procedure can be offered by our experienced team at Haven Medical. The procedure will be performed under local anaesthetic and can be effective in curing the problem in most cases, resolving any ongoing pain and distress this condition can cause.
At Haven Medical, we prioritise your skin health with specialised services for the removal of moles, lumps, and bumps. Our experienced medical professionals employ advanced techniques to ensure safe and effective removal, offering both cosmetic and medical solutions to address your concerns.
Options for removal include cryotherapy (freezing with liquid nitrogen), curettage and cautery under local anaesthetic (superficial removal) and surgical excision under local anaesthetic (full removal of the mole/lump or bump).
Carpal tunnel decompression surgery is a procedure designed to alleviate the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome; a condition characterised by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist. The surgery aims to relieve pain, numbness, and tingling in the hand and fingers caused by compression of this nerve within the carpal tunnel—a narrow passageway in the wrist.
Carpal tunnel decompression surgery is considered a highly effective treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome, especially when conservative measures like splinting and corticosteroid injections have not provided sufficient relief.
It is procedure with a low risk of complications and performed under local anaesthetic in the calm, state of the art day surgery unit within Haven Medical clinic in the heart of Canford cliffs. Making the experience as easy and convenient as possible
An implantable loop recorder (ILR) is a small cutting edge device placed under the skin of the chest to continuously monitor your heart’s electrical activity, providing valuable data for diagnosing irregular heart rhythms. This discreet device, about the size of a USB drive, records information that helps our expert cardiologist identify and manage conditions like fainting spells, palpitations, and unexplained episodes of dizziness, allowing for personalised and effective treatment plans.
Hysteroscopy is a procedure used to examine the inside of the womb (uterus). It is carried out using a narrow telescope with light camera at the end. Images are sent to a monitor so the doctor can see inside your womb. Local anaesthetic is used to numb the cervix and the hysteroscope is passed into your womb. It is used to investigate for abnormal menstrual bleeding and diagnose conditions such as polyps or fibroids.
A pelvic ultrasound scan is a noninvasive diagnostic examination that produces images that are used to assess organs and structures within the female pelvis. It allows a quick visualisation of the female pelvic organs and structures including the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes and ovaries.