We provide
evidence-based care, treatment and information
for women during the perimenopause and menopause

At Newson Health we are on a mission to improve the future health of women around the world

We are able to reinvest some of our profits from the clinic to fund ground-breaking research in menopause and provide free menopause resources, such as our free balance app and balance menopause website to millions of people around the world.

Ways we can support you


Our clinicians offer face-to-face, video and telephone consultations so you can book an appointment that is suitable and convenient for you.

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Additional services

Seeing a menopause doctor is only one part of menopause care. We also offer additional treatments which often work really well to improve symptoms of the perimenopause and menopause.

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Giving you the facts to help you make the best choices – for you!

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Our Mission

Enrich women’s lives

We strive to enrich women’s lives by empowering them to recognise their own perimenopause and menopause and provide guidance on how to receive the help they need.

Provide holistic care

We provide person-centred, holistic care and treatments for perimenopausal and menopausal women to reduce unnecessary suffering and to improve the future health of women.

Inform & educate

We are working hard within public and private healthcare settings to improve menopause education and access to evidence-based prescribing of HRT.

For all women

We want to ensure women from all backgrounds, and cultures have access to good menopause care. We are working with organisations supporting people in prisons, in areas of socioeconomic deprivation, and groups with learning disabilities and autism for example.

Our patients are part of this and we could not do this without them

No matter where you live in the UK, we have a menopause clinic that can offer you time with a doctor, nurse or pharmacist who all have expertise in helping women with the perimenopause and menopause.

Our team will take time to listen to you, discuss your symptoms and offer a comprehensive and individualised treatment plan, tailored to your needs and preferences. All our treatment is firmly based on the latest evidence and include handy pointers for living a menopause-friendly lifestyle. This includes understanding the potential role of testosterone for women in menopause management, which can be crucial for some women.

Founded by Dr Louise Newson, a GP and renowned Menopause Specialist who holds an Advanced Menopause Specialist certificate with Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. She is passionate about improving education about the perimenopause and menopause and improving awareness of safe prescribing of HRT to healthcare professionals.

Thanks to our patients, we have funded the following projects:

Research funding

Funded 14 research articles and four research projects into the perimenopause and menopause.

30,000 trained in the menopause

Provided access to training to over 30,000 people to be experts in the menopause space.

The balance app

Created the world’s largest menopause library across the free balance website and the balance app allowing our articles to be read over 10 million times completely for free.

More from Newson Health

Confidence in the Menopause

Confidence in the Menopause is a CPD-accredited course from Newson Health which is designed to increase your knowledge of, and confidence in, managing all aspects of the perimenopause and menopause.

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balance - The menopause support app

Download the balance app to join a community of like-minded people, track your symptoms and generate your personalised health report.

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Newson Health Menopause Society

The Newson Health Menopause Society brings together healthcare professionals from around the world to transform the care, treatment, education and research of the perimenopause and menopause.

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The Menopause Charity

The Menopause Charity supports women with evidence-based knowledge, and helps educate doctors about the perimenopause and menopause, so that women are no longer given wrong advice or left to struggle alone.

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