Mr. Karoshi is a private consultant gynaecologist at 108 Harley street, London.He is a woman’s health expert.
Mr.Karoshi is deeply committed to providing the merits of minimally invasive surgery including laparoscopy and hysteroscopy and non invasive methods to reduce vaginal discomfort associated with vaginal atrophy.
His practice focuses on benign gynecology and reproductive endocrinology, fibroids and adenomyosis.
In recognition of his expertise, In 2010, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London awarded him the prestigious Bernhard Baron Travelling Fellowship. This gave him the opportunity to work in the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on the techniques involved in the advanced surgical management of morbidly adherent placental disorders. A serious condition that can happen in women with multiple caesarean deliveries.
He is one of the most patient reviewed and highly rated gynaecologists in London.
His motivation is to take the challenge of understanding patients’ problems, this involves letting patients tell their story, careful review of what has happened in the past from gynaecology point of view. This followed by focussed examination and formulating the best and appropriate investigations and all the way keeping patient informed by using multimodal communication technology.
Mr. Karoshi works along with colleagues who have excelled in their chosen field of interest. Ultimately, once the real problem is identified, the options of management will be discussed based on the needs and preferences of his patient.
Mr Karoshi is a firm believer in educating his patients as best as he can, to contribute to achieving the best possible clinical and holistic outcomes. By taking this approach, he enables and empowers his patients, whilst addressing their issues and concerns.
Mr Karoshi prides himself on running a practice where there is an extremely high standard of professionalism, where patients are directly involved in their care and management in all stages, and where new techniques and advances play a central role.
In 2010, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London awarded him the prestigious Bernhard Baron Travelling Fellowship. This gave him the opportunity to work in the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on the techniques involved in the advanced surgical management of morbidly adherent placental disorders. A serious condition that can happen in women with multiple caesarean deliveries.
Mahantesh specialises in the management of women troubled with heavy periods, infertility, menopausal issues, intractable vaginal discharge, ovarian cysts, fibroids, polycystic ovarian disease, female sexual dysfunction, HRT issues, uterine polyps, pelvic pain, advanced keyhole surgery as well as hysteroscopic and open surgeries. He also has a special interest in treating women with endometriosis and adenomyosis
He is the senior founder and trustee of Haemorrhage After Childbirth Foundation, a charity dedicated to teaching skills to doctors and midwives on how to control bleeding following childbirth, which is a leading cause mothers death worldwide.
Mahantesh has published five stand alone text books in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology and few of these are free to access.
Mahantesh is an avid runner and a believer in vegetarianism. He practices meditation for relaxation, to build internal energy, and to develop his compassion and patience.
MBBS, MD, MRCOG
Member of Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists
Member of British Medical Association
Diploma in Gynaecological Endoscopy - Leuven, Belgium - 2014
Obstetrics and gynaecology from 05 Oct 2010