Miss Khan is a gynaecologist with a specialist interest in urogynaecology.
She completed her specialist training in general gynaecology from the Welsh Deanery. During her specialist training, she developed an interest in urogynaecology and spent an additional three years training in the same deanery. She has dual certification both in general gynaecology and urogynaecology.
She has extensive research experience and obtained her doctorate degree (MD) from the University of Swansea.
She also regularly teaches both undergraduate and post-graduate students from the St. George's Medical School.
Hannah is an experienced Clinical Nurse Specialist holding a DipHE in Nursing from Kingston University.
Her scope of work includes intra-vesical therapies, bladder training and drainage techniques. She is skilled in performing urodynamic studies and in conjunction with Miss Khan formulates tailor-made management strategies.
She works in both hospital and community setting and is skilled in providing continence support to patients that attend the clinic.
Orla qualified as a physiotherapist from St George’s Medical School and has over ten years’ NHS experience. She has also been working in the private sector now for five years.
Her areas of particular interest include treating childbirth injuries and women with chronic pelvic pain.
She practices using a combination of pelvic floor exercises, behavioural training, electrotherapy and manual techniques.
She is HCPC registered and a committee member of the London POGP.