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What I liked: "Top surgeon. So down to earth. Results are amazing. Highly recommended."

I went for: abdominoplasty, mastopexy

Patient who saw Dr. James Vincent Murphy in Spire Manchester Hospital

What I liked: "Friendly and professional, made me and my son feel at ease."

I went for: Appointment

Patient who saw Mr. R. Maximilian Cervellione in Spire Manchester Hospital

What I liked: "Friendly and knowledgeable."

I went for: Clinic appointment

Patient who saw Mr. R. Maximilian Cervellione in Spire Manchester Hospital

"I am also a patient of Mr Lester Barr and I believe he is the best breast care surgeon in the north, he has an amazing bed side manner, fully explains and answers any questions you may have, and he is a perfectionist, so you can be sure you will look amazing."

Patient who saw Mr. Lester Barr in Spire Manchester Hospital

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Simple measures such as avoiding stimulants such as Caffein and Alcohol also help reduce palpitations.
Good luck !

Dr. Abdullah Mohammed
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Dr. Abdullah Mohammed

Cardiologist, Internist

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Christian West

Plastic Surgeon

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