The team here has been invaluable to me recently, and in particular Dr Soori, who has provided a level of care and support I have never quite encountered before here in London. Her follow up and aftercare is outstanding and certainly worth paying for. We will, without a doubt, be returning to the practice in future. – Jacinta Kerr
You may not realise your blood pressure, sugar or cholesterol levels are raised, until you have them checked.
Often these conditions do not have noticeable symptoms, or only do so when the levels are very high. At Roseneath Medical Practice we want to help you reduce your risk of developing heart disease. Prevention is key….
Roseneath’s new Healthy Heart assessment package includes:
- GP consultation ( discussion of diet and lifestyle, assessment of 10 year cardiovascular risk, weight loss and smoking cessation help)
- Fasting blood test (including cholesterol and glucose)
- Blood pressure evaluation
For more information or to book an appointment call our Reception on 020 8940 9955
Monitoring the growth and development of a child is essential, and should encompass caring for physical, emotional and social development.
Mental health disorders are more common in children than parents often realise. Studies have shown that children with a psychiatric disorder are three times as likely to experience a mental health disorder in adulthood.
The signs of mental illness in children maybe mood changes, Intense worry, difficulty concentrating, poor school performance, persistent boredom, unexplained weight loss, frequent complaints of physical symptoms, sleep and/or appetite problems, nightmares, sleepwalking, regressive behaviour patterns e.g. bedwetting, tantrums, becoming clingy, risk-taking behaviour and/or showing less concern for their own safety, self-harm, and substance abuse.
Common Childhood Mental Health Disorders are Anxiety Disoorders, Depression, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Eating disorders.
If you’re concerned, take your child to a GP. Before you go, speak to your child’s teacher, friends and family to see if they’ve noticed any changes in their behaviour, which will be helpful information for the doctor. The doctor will establish the history of the problem, examine your child and work with you to determine the diagnosis. It’s important to seek advice as early as possible because early support and treatment produces better results for children, and more positive, long-term benefits.
Dr Sumi Soori MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG is a Private General Practitioner at Roseneath Medical Practice in Richmond, who also has a strong interest in Paediatrics and Women’s health.
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Living a long and healthy life is one of the most rewarding gifts you can give yourself and those you love.
Our health checks are designed to help you achieve this goal.
Call us on 0208 940 9955 for more info or to book an appointment with our doctor in Richmond.