Hormonal Profile MM2

The Wimbledon Clinic offers a unique hormone profile to evaluate the overall balance of the female functional body. The test measures the levels

Progesterone – the mother of all hormones, it is a natural anitidepressant, normal levels support libido and help to control premenstrual tension

Oestradiol – most bioactive of the oestrogens in the body, it protects against osteoporosis, reduces risk of heart disease, has beneficial effects on lowering cholesterol

DHEA – the anti-aging hormone, low levels may indicate adrenal stress, normal levels have an antidepressant action, may help to protect egg reserves

Testosterone – the female needs adequate testosterone levels for body and muscle tone. High levels may indicate PCOS and lower levels may low libido

Free T4 – low levels are associated with weight gain, hair loss, depression, fatigue, memory and concentration and impairment

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) – indicates a woman’s egg reserves, high levels may be associated with PCOS. Low levels may be associated with infertility

Folicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) – low levels found in ammenorhea (no periods) or with the onset of menopause. Normal levels help control the menstrual cycle and the production of the eggs by the ovaries

Lutenising Hormone (LH) – stimulates the ovaries to produce and release eggs and the production of progesterone. 

Hormone Health Screen

We are one of the few practices in the UK to offer such a comprehensive hormone screen. Uniquely, our analysis covers a total of 18 different hormones in the blood and includes thorough female hormone profiling. The results are measured and we undertake thorough investigation of readings both outside the acceptable scale and those within the scale that are relatively low or high.


The screening programme provides a thorough hormonal analysis including thyroid, growth hormone, testosterone, oestrone, luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone and progesterone - it is particularly useful for identifying anaemia and thyroid problems.

Treatment programmes are 

individualised to each patient and normally tend to be the combination of homeopathic preparations of either oestrogen, progesterone, testosterone, thyroxine, melatonin, serotonin, insulin, coupled with classical homeopathic preparations such as sanguinaria, secale, sepia, pulsatilla, cimicifuga, to name but a few. These combinations are in accord with the principles of complex homeopathy as developed in Germany. These remedies are energetic in their action and have the effect of steering the body’s own resources to correct hormonal imbalance.

The pharmaceutical approach to hormonal rebalancing is through the effects of herbal compositions, mostly of Chinese herbs tending to be in either capsule or tablet form containing concentrated extracts of herbs. The clinic has available over fifty different compositions covering a wide variety of hormonal imbalances such as PMT, menopause, endometriosis, ovarian cystic syndrome, heavy periods, painful periods, infertility, habitual miscarriage, general blood deficiency, fatigue, low libido, and scanty irregular periods. These compositions, although treating hormonal imbalance, are holistic in their treatment effect because of the holistic approach in diagnosis.

Other related test procedures and subsequent treatments associated with hormonal imbalances may include, chiropractic assessment of back and pelvis, as through the German chiropractic technique of meridian balancing through chiropractic; allergy and food sensitivity evaluation; amino-acid, fatty acid and bio-mineral profiles.  Subsequently, the practitioner will work out an appropriate and individual treatment programme.


Video Gallery

Brain Frequency Analysis



Shockwave Therapy 

Dr Thomas explains what is Brain Frequency Analysis and how it can determine the health of a patient.

Find out more about our chiropractic treatment at Wimbledon Clinic and why we differ from other clinics.

A system that helps us determine the state of your health and prescribe a customised program to suit you.

Learn more about Shockwave Therapy and how it can be a highly effective treatment, that is comparable to surgery.


1-2 St Andrews Close
London SW19 8NJ

Wimbledon Clinic Ltd
Registration No 2026323