Obstetrics & Gynaecology
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Mr Pisal is a consultant gynaecologist who has practiced gynaecology in London for over 10 years working as both a private and NHS consultant at The Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, The Portland Hospital for Women and Children, London Bridge Hospital, The Wellington Hospital, Highgate Private Hospital and Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth. He provides a range of gynaecological services and treatments and is recognised as a leading expert in advanced laparoscopic surgery, abnormal smear management and colposcopy and management of cancer.
Mr Pisal is keen to make a difference within his profession, his philosophy is to provide his patients with the best possible care at every stage of their journey, ensuring a calm and reassuring experience.
Mr Pisal is well published and currently holds a number of positions most notably being lead clinician for gynaecological cancer at The Whittington Hospital and is actively involved in teaching and training medical students and doctors in training.
In his spare time Mr Pisal enjoys running and has run marathons raising money for charities, in particular The Whittington NHS Trust and Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.
Open myomectomy (fibroid removal)
Laparoscopic myomectomy (fibroid removal)
Hysterectomy (open & laparoscopic)
Marsupalisation of Bartholin Cyst
Laparoscopic excision of endometriosis
Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
Reversal of sterilisation
Hysteroscopic resection of fibroids
Laser cone biopsy
Abnormal smears & colposcopy
Advanced laparoscopic & hysteroscopic surgery
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Heavy periods (Menorrhagia)
Chronic pelvic pain
Uterine, vaginal and vulvar disorders
Dysmenorrhoea (Period Pain)
Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Late or missed period
STD (sexually transmitted diseases)