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St. Michael's Clinic

St. Michael's Clinic

Show Phone NumberSt Michael's Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 2HEUK
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 20:00
Tuesday
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Saturday
Sunday
Prices from £160 - Enquire for a fast quote from St. Michael's Clinic.

Popular Treatments

Dermatologist Consultation from £160
Mole Removal
Acne Treatment
Pigmentation Treatment
Wart Removal
Skin Cancer Screening
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About St. Michael's Clinic

Dr Stephen Murdoch, Consultant Dermatologist and owner of Shropshire Skin Clinic, Much Wenlock and St Michael's Clinic, Shrewsbury. Offering consultation and treatment services of:

  • *Tattoo Removal* NEW TREATMENT AVAILABLE
  • Skin cancer
  • Moles
  • Cysts
  • Acne
  • Rashes
  • CO2 Fractional resurfacing
  • IPL Photorejuvenation
  • Hair removal
  • Microdermabrasion and skin peels
  • Spider vein removal
  • Aesthetic procedures
  • Facial fillers -  Voluma
  • Treatment for lines and wrinkles
  • Patch Testing for Allergies
  • Sclerotherapy for leg veins
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Accreditations

  • BAD - British Association of Dermatologists (UK) 
  • BAS - British Association of Sclerotherapists (UK) 
  • BCDG - British Cosmetic Dermatology Group (UK) 
  • CQC - Care Quality Commission (UK) 
  • GMC - General Medical Council (UK) 
  • MDU - Medical Defence Union (UK) 
  • MPS - Medical Protection Society (UK) 
  • NMC - Nursing and Midwifery Council (UK) 
  • RCN - Royal College of Nursing (UK) 
  • RCO - Royal College of Ophthalmologists (UK) 
  • RCP - Royal College of Physicians (UK) 
  • RSM - Royal Society of Medicine (UK) 
  • ESCAD - European Society for Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology (International) 
  • ISDS - International Society for Dermatologic Surgery (International) 
  • AAD - American Academy of Dermatology (US) 

Provides

Beauty Salon TreatmentsDermatology

Premises

Parking - Off road private car parkAccessible to disabled people - All serices are fully accessiblePublic transport accessWheelchair accessible toiletAccess without stepsDisabled parkingPatient bathroomWireless accessOn-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency service - We will try and fit in emergencies where possibleText message remindersHome visitsOpen 24 hoursOpen weekends

Dermatology

 
Acne Treatment
from £160
Dermatologist Consultation
 
Pigmentation Treatment
 
Skin Cancer Screening
 
Wart Removal

Medical Aesthetics

 
Dermal Fillers
 
Radiesse™ / Radiance™ Filler
 
Excessive Sweating Treatment

Treatment for lines and wrinkles® is an excellent treatment for sweating and for many of or clients has been life changing.

  • No more choosing clothes that wont show a wet underam.
  • No more taking spare tops to work to change several times through the day.
  • No more embarrasment when you offer a sopping wet hand for a handshake.

What is [Treatment name removed]?

[Treatment name removed] is produced by a bacterium and blocks the release of chemicals responsible for stimulating muscle contraction and sweat production.  It has been safely and effectively used for treatment of strabismus (squint) and blepharospasm (lid spasm) since the early eighties. [Treatment name removed] has been approved by the Medicines Control Agency in the UK for the treatment of strabismus, blepharospasm, focal spasticity (muscle spasm) and axillary hyperhidrosis (sweaty armpits!). [Treatment name removed] can also be used for the treatment of excessive sweating of other sites such as the palms, however, injection of [Treatment name removed] in this way is termed unlicensed use. The formulation of [Treatment name removed] used at Shropshire Skin Clinic is Treatment for lines and wrinkles®.

How does [Treatment name removed] work?

Small doses of Treatment for lines and wrinkles® are injected into the skin where the sweating is greatest, blocking the action of nerves that supply the eccrine (sweat) glands. This stops the glands from producing sweat. Treatment totally blocks the nerve ending but in time new nerve endings start to form. Most patients notice some positive changes within the first week after treatment. The effects of treatment last for several months but will eventually wear off, which is when you will need your next treatment; this usually happens after four to seven months

 
Medical Aesthetics Specialist Consultation
 
Mole Removal
 
Scar Removal
 
Spider Veins Treatment

IPL is an excellent treatment to reduce both the irregular pigmentation and dilated blood vessels seen in ageing skin particularly on the face and neck. This treatment is called photorejuvenation and often referred to as a fotofacial or photofacial.

 
Sclerotherapy

Thread veins are small dilated blood vessels. They are extremely common and particularly likely to develop in patients with varicose veins or a history of thrombosis or pregnancy. The problem often runs in families.

Thread veins can be both unsightly and uncomfortable. 

At Shropshire Skin Clinic we treat thread veins on the legs with microsclerotherapy,  intense pulsed light or laser. A combination of these may be used to achieve the optimum result.

 
Treatment for Wrinkles

Beauty Salon Treatments

 
Agera™ Skin Care
 
Beauty Salon Enquiry
 
Fractional CO2 Laser Treatment
 
IPL Skin Rejuvenation
 
Microdermabrasion
 
Skin Peel
 
IPL Hair Removal
 
Laser Hair Removal
 
Waxing
St. Michael's Clinic

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Stephen

Dr Stephen Murdoch

Job Title:
  Dermatologist
Biography:
MB ChB FRCP Dr Murdoch is a consultant dermatologist on the General Medical Council (GMC) specialist register. He has been a consultant dermatologist in Shropshire since 2000. Until March 2005 Dr Murdoch worked both in private practice and for the NHS in Shrewsbury and Telford. For the past 2 years Dr Murdoch has worked purely in private practice. Dr Murdoch has a special interest in cosmetic dermatolology and aesthetic medicine treatments and runs the Shropshire Skin Clinic to provide a discrete and relaxed setting for clients seeking these services. He also has a particular interest in skin surgery, laser therapy and the management of skin cancer. He has wide experience in the assessment and management of all skin diseases including acne, rosacea, psoriasis and eczema.
Gail

Mrs Gail Black

Job Title:
  Nurse
Biography:
RGNGail qualified as a registered general nurse (RGN) at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in 1991. She gained extensive experience working for 11 years on the oncology (cancer), medical and renal (kidney) wards at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.She worked as a staff nurse in the outpatient department at the Shropshire Nuffield Hospital between 2002 and 2005. Her interest in dermatology and cosmetic treatments developed whilst supporting consultant dermatologists and plastic surgeons working in the department.
Sharon

Ms Sharon Leach

Job Title:
  Nurse
Biography:
Sharon qualified as a registered general nurse (RGN) at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) in 1979. In 1980 she completed the neonatal intensive care course at New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton and received the Dr. Everley Jones award for neonatal nursing in the West Midlands. She worked for five years in the Intensive Care Unit, RSH, caring for critically ill adults and children. She gained extensive surgical experience over eight years at RSH, including participation in setting up and working in the first day surgery unit in Shrewsbury. From 1992 to 2000 she was a School Nursing Sister caring for the health of school aged children in North and subsequently South Shropshire. Between 2000 and 2002 she took a sabbatical to study law.
Maxine

Mrs Maxine Wright

Job Title:
  Mental Health Nurse
Biography:

Maxine qualified as a Registered General Nurse (RGN) in July 1985 at Sandwell District and General Hospital, West Bromwich. She then spent two years as a staff nurse on a female general medical ward, gaining a wide range of experience in acute and chronic medical conditions.

In 1987 Maxine moved onto the Coronary Care Unit (CCU) and became a ward sister on CCU in 1988. She undertook the ENB 124 Coronary Care Nursing and the ENB 998 Teaching and assessing, along with a Diploma in Professional Studies in Nursing.

In 1993 Maxine moved to Grand Cayman and spent  time working as a Nurse on the General Ward at Georgetown Hospital dealing with a variety of patients, including medical, surgical, intensive care and psychiatric patients.

Emma

Mrs Emma Norbury

Job Title:
  Nurse
Biography:

Emma qualified as a Registered General Nurse (RGN) and Royal Society of Childrens Nurses (RSCN) in 1998 at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.  During her four years there, she gained extensive experience in paediatric nursing and then completed a further four years experience at St Georges Hospital, London.

Emma also holds a BsC in Health Studies which includes health promotion and womens health.  In 1995 she moved to New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton and went on to hold a position as the ward manager of a 48 bed paediatric ward in 2001. Emmas clinical skills and competencies have been kept fully up to date by working along side specialists daily, ensuring the quality of care was constantly maintained on the ward. Her knowledge of nursing includes working alongside asthmatic, surgical and orthopaedic patients

Show Phone NumberSt Michael's Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 2HEUK