Dr Shirin Lakhani
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Would you like lifetime access to 25 expert sessions from The Midlife Festival plus lots of amazing extras?
Dr Shirin Lakhani MBBS MRCGP DRCOG is a GP and aesthetic physician.
She graduated from Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals in London in 1999 and has worked as an NHS doctor, gaining experience in several hospital specialities, including medicine, general surgery, urology and accident & emergency, before training as an anaesthetist.
Dr Lakhani is a significant voice of authority within the intimate health space. She is integral in introducing conversations about HRT, incontinence and intimate health for both men and women. A leader in the industry, she offers innovative treatments for incontinence, the menopause and sexual dysfunction among other things both on Harley Street and in Kent.
She is passionate about the field of aesthetics and believes there should be greater regulation of the aesthetics industry to ensure that all practitioners are adequately trained.
Dr Lakhani has featured as an authoritative voice on programmes such as ITV’s This Morning and has been recognised as one of the UK’s Best Cosmetic Doctors at the My Face My Body Awards.
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Why not upgrade to the VIP pass and get LIFETIME access to more than 25 expert interviews? You’ll get the chance to watch and study these powerful sessions again and again, at any time, from anywhere! All for just £19.99 if you purchase before 5pm on October 14th 2022.
As well as your lifetime access we’re including so many freebies too – including podcast versions of your sessions so you can listen on the go and an exclusive e-book from The Latte Lounge packed with information all about the perimenopause and menopause.
PLUS for every VIP pass sold, we will make a donation to our charity partner – The Eve Appeal – helping fund research into gynaecological cancers.
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