Owen J Owens
Consultant Gynaecologist

private gynecologist 92 harley street london

private gynaecologist pinehill hospital, hitchin, hertfordshire


 
My Client Care Policy

My intention is to provide the very highest level of
professional patient care
combined with a caring,
personal service.

I aim to provide my patients
with a comfortable and relaxing consulting environment, with polite efficient staff.

At all times the concerns
of the client are placed
uppermost in my approach to treatment, with your welfare being my prime concern.

I want you to feel relaxed and confident about my care and service.


Testimonial

I was referred to Mr Owens by my GP because of heavy periods. I was not keen on medical treatment or the homonal device (Mirena) and opted for the Novasure.

Three and half years later I have seen no period and am absolutely delighted with the treatment.

LF

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Mr Owen Owens MD MRCOG MRCPI - Harley Street gynecologyst, uk | treats all aspects of gynaecology | private & NHS

Welcome to Owen Owens, Gynaecologist

Private and National Health consultant gynaecologist, Mr Owen Owens MD MRCOG MRCPI, treats patients at his private clinics in Harley Street London, Herts and Beds.

His NHS practice is at South Bedfordshire and West Hertfordshire (Luton & Dunstable, Watford General [Surgery only])

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Many women find the prospect of consulting a gynaecologist worrying, particularly if they are already anxious about symptoms, smear test results or the onset of the menopause.

As a private gynaecologist with many years’ experience in women’s healthcare, I am aware of this concern and I aim to make the experience more comfortable by providing a patient-centred and compassionate approach. This holistic course of action is combined with the appropriate choice of treatments, ranging from the conventional to the progressive, and tailored to the individual needs and wishes of my patients.

I am very happy to see women with any gynaecological problems and have many patients attending my clinics for routine check-ups. I practise privately at Spire Harpenden Hospital (Harpenden), Spire Bushey Hospital (Bushey), Pinehill Hospital (Hitchen) Cobham Private Clinic (Luton) and 92 Harley Street (London). Women come from around UK and abroad to consult me.

My speciality is in gynaecological cancer, in addition to other women’s health conditions. These include endometriosis, fibroids, menstrual disorders and menopausal symptoms (see list below). I also have a special interest in colposcopy, which is a procedure undertaken following an abnormal smear, and vulval problems.

I am a member of the British Society for Colposcopists and Cervical Pathologists (BSCCP), the British Gynaecological Cancer Society (BGCS), and the East Anglia Obstetric and Gynaecological Society (EAOG).

Specialist Gynaecological Treatments are offered for: -

  • Period problems
    Periods that last longer and occur more frequently than the normal 25-30 days, or regular spotting between periods, need tests including full blood count, pelvic scan to check for polyps on the ovaries and uterus, andperiod problemsblood tests to check the thyroid gland.

  • Pelvic pain
    Women who often feel pain in the pelvis, and frequently during sexual intercourse, should have a vaginal orperiod problemspelvic examination, ultrasound scan and possibly a laparoscopy, notably to check for endometriosis.

  • Endometriosis
    A tissue like the lining of the womb affecting the ovaries and/or the ligaments supporting the womb, endometriosis can lead to enlargement and minor bleeding of the ovaries and scarring of the ligaments,period problemscausing pain at any time.

  • Prolapse
    Weakness of the vagina wall due to childbirth can lead to a prolapse (or drop) of the bladder, uterusperiod problemsor neck of the womb and requires a ring pessary or surgery.

  • Laparoscopic surgery
    A day case or overnight stay surgery, laparoscopy enables the gynaecologist to check the pelvic organsperiod problems(uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries) by making a small incision under a general anaesthetic.

  • Hysteroscopic surgery
    Hysteroscopy is a keyhole procedure which allows the surgeon to take biopsies and remove polyps orperiod problemsfibroids in the uterus.

  • Fibroids
    A common problem in or on the muscle or lining of the uterus, fibroids can result in heavy periods,period problemsoccasionally infertility, and are treated by monthly injection or surgery.

  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
    A requirement for women going through an early menopause or who have had their ovaries removed, HRTperiod problemsis used in the form of a gel, tablet or combination of patches, the prescription varying with each woman.

  • Colposcopy for abnormal smears
    Women who have had an abnormal smear result are given a colposcopy, a 10-15 minute procedure whichperiod problemsallows the gynaecologist to check for pre-cancer of the cervix (neck of the womb).

  • Vulval problems
    Problems with the vulva (the tissue outside the vagina) can occur at every age and include cysts, hardeningperiod problems of the skin and a pre-cancerous condition called vulval intra-epithelial neoplasia.

  • Hysterectomy
    Hysterectomy refers to the removal of the uterus due to cancer of the womb or when other conditions haveperiod problemsfailed to respond to treatment, and is performed abdominally, vaginally, or through keyhole surgery.


  • Post Menopausal Bleeding
    When a woman bleeds after she has stopped having periods she is given a gentle pelvic examination alongperiod problemswith an ultrasound scan of the pelvis to check for polyps or early cancer.

  • Gynaecological cancer surgery
    Gynaeocological cancer surgery is a specialist procedure for women who may have cancer of the vulva, andperiod problemsless commonly cancer of the vagina, cervix, uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes.


As a consultant gynaecologist I have extensive experience in the problems listed above (as you can see in About Owen Owens"). I treat both Private patient or National Health patients with the same care and dedication. Click here for appointment at my private clinics in Harley Street London, Herts or Beds, or find out about National Health appointments.

Spire Harpenden Hospital, Ambrose Lane, Harpenden, AL5 4BP Tel: 0800 585112
Spire Bushey Hospital, Heathbourne Road, Bushey Heath, WD23 1RD Tel: 01582 760045
Cobham Private Clinic, Luton & Dunstable NHS Trust, Lewsey Rd, Luton, LU4 0DZ Tel: 01582 718193