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Dr Tina Peers - Womens Health

Dr Tina Peers is a Women's Health Consultant with particular interest and knowledge of contraception and menopause, North Downs Hospital, Surrey

Clinical interests

Non-surgical cosmetic procedures, including , fillers, and sculptra.

Specialist in HRT andmenopause management, contraception, histamine intolerance, and performingmodified no-scalpel vasectomies.

Academic background

Dr Peers trained at Guy's Hospital Medical School and then completed a three year GP Vocational Training Scheme in West Sussex. In 1996, she was asked to be the lead in Women's Health Services and developed the contraception and sexual health department for two PCT localities.

She is now the ClinicalDirector of Sexual Health Services in Surrey and started performing vasectomies in 1998 and have done over 3,000 to date. She uses a modified no scapel technique and have a haematoma rate of 0%.

In 2004, she trained in cosmetic aesthetics and offers treatments with fillers, and Sculptra. She is currently training in peels and is a Sculptra specialist with experience of advanced techniques for better results.

She is a member of the INTRA group, a global group of 10 experts who write articles and publish research into intrauterine contraception and its use, particularly in nulliparous women. She is an author and co-author of several articles and publications and has written a chapter in a recently published book on Contraception as well as lecturing nationally and internationally.

Professional Memberships

Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health

Membership of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine

Member of the British Menopause Society


NHS base

Female Endocrine Clinic at The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Clinic Times

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