Consultations and services
We offer holistic advice, support and treatments for your perimenopause and menopause
Helping you look after your body now and for the future
Our consultations and services provide advice and treatment options relevant to you. We also work closely with other specialists to optimise your future health and wellbeing.
While not necessary for a diagnosis, your doctor may request certain blood tests to help guide treatment or understand more about your health.
Patients have the option of coming into our clinic in Stratford-upon-Avon for their blood tests or using our phlebotomy supplier, Nationwide Pathology.
Blood test are usually returned within 7 -10 days. If you haven’t heard after this time please contact the clinic.
Newson Health 1
Full blood count, Kidney Function, Liver Function, Lipids, Ferritin, Thyroid function (TSH, T4 and T3), HbA1c, Oestradiol, Testosterone, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Folate
Newson Health 2
Oestradiol, Testosterone, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
Newson Health 3
Testosterone, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
Newson Health 4
Oestradiol, Testosterone, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), Thyroid function (TSH, T4 and T3)
Newson Health 5
Thyroid function (TSH, T4 and T3)
In clinic services
Available in our clinic based in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Bone strength scan (DEXA scan)
When the hormone oestrogen falls around the time of the menopause, bones rapidly lose their strength, and this increases the chance you might break a bone from a fall or even a knock. If you have broken a bone in the past or are worried about your bones weakening as you age, let our experts measure the strength of your bones and advise you on how to best protect them for the future.
Body composition scans
Body composition scans provide an accurate and precise measurement of body fat and muscle distribution. If you’re at the beginning of a weight loss or fitness journey, having a body composition scan before and after will enable you to monitor the changes in body fat and muscle mass in your arms, legs and trunk.More information
U ltrasound scans
Bleeding can be a common side effect when you first start taking HRT. If you are troubled by persistent or unusual vaginal bleeding during your perimenopause or menopause, we can arrange for you to have a detailed ultrasound scan of your womb and ovaries in Winton House. This will then help you determine the best course of action for you.Find out more
Coil fitting clinic (Mirena)
Many women have a Mirena coil as the progestogen part of their HRT to protect the lining of the womb. It can be a very convenient way of keeping the lining of your womb thin and healthy while you take oestrogen. This also works as a contraception and lasts for five years after which time it can be replaced.
Make time to look after your body and mind by joining one of our relaxing and invigorating yoga sessions at Winton House. Whether you prefer one to one, small group or larger classes, Lucy Holtom would be delighted to help you experience the restorative impact of yoga.Find out more
Find out more about menopause-friendly nutrition and explore how your diet is helping or harming your hormonal health. Nutritional therapist, Emma Ellice-Flint combines science, research and the deliciousness of food together to help women embrace change.Find out more