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Contact : Ms. Brenda Williams
drgeorge@pab2u.com
Telephone: 07368 235025
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Dr. Ajith George FRCP

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“I would like to thank yourself for being able to put robust clarity and direction around the health issues I have been undergoing during the last 7+ months. It has only been through your involvement, direction and insight during the last 4 months that we have been able to understand what my body is doing and also clarify what it is not. Your approaches in achieving this have been methodical, detailed and pragmatic.”

Dr. Ajith George is a Diabetes and Endocrine consultant having worked in the NHS as a consultant since 2007.He is employed by the Manchester University Foundation Trust and is the Senior Endocrinologist  for Trafford and Altrincham Hospitals. He liaises with and gives talks for Family doctors ( General Practitioners ) across Greater Manchester and merseyside

12 years consultant experience
4 clinical excellence awards
Honorary Senior Lecturer University of Manchester
Working through your symptoms, with a Holistic approach 
Research interests – Diabetes, kidney function, CV health and weight

He will do a detailed analysis and then present you with the facts and if there is no endocrine issue involved, will work through your symptoms and help point you in the right direction. He is passionate about education, motivation and change and believes in empowerment through education.He does private clinics out of the Spire Hospital ( Barlow Moor road) a brand new 65 million Pound state of the art hospital. He liaises with surgeons, pathologists and radiologists to bring about a speedy resolution to your symptoms.will take a holistic approach towards your symptoms. 

“For myself, what has been important is that you have been able to bring a wider understanding of what my health condition has been beyond the initial thyroid concerns I became ill with last year, which was not something achieved within the NHS at the time. This means that moving forwards I should now be able to return to leading the active lifestyle I have been so used to before that I may otherwise not have been able to. For myself and my family our deepest thanks goes out to you.”