Mr Clive Spence-Jones, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Urogynaecologist & Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgeon

Mr Clive Spence-Jones MB BS FRCS (ED) FRCOG

Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, Urogynaecologist & Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgeon

MB BS FRCS (ED) FRCOG

Areas of expertise

  • General gynaecology
  • Menopause
  • Prolapse of the vagina/uterus
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Pelvic problems after childbirth

Recommendations for Mr Spence-Jones

These recommendations are for information purposes only. Doctors providing recommendations do so in good faith and are not responsible for clinical outcomes.

Recommended by:

  • byDr Kate Jolowicz, GP

    Excellent obstetrician and gynaecologist who patients feel very comfortable with.

  • byDr Adrian Nicholas Wayne, GP

    Recommended obstetrician & gynaecologist

  • byDr Marita Koumettou, GP

    A very good Gynaecologist

  • byDr Philippa Ruth Kaye, GP

    Good for urogynae

  • byDr Karen Grossmark, GP

    Good for urogynae

  • byDr Timothy John Gerrard, GP

    For urogynae

  • byMr Gidon Lieberman, Gynaecologist & Reproductive Medicine Specialist

    I’ve worked alongside Mr Clive Spence-Jones for ten years. He’s an excellent, all-around Urogynaecologist and Obstetrician. He provides fantastic patient and obstetric care.

  • byMr Jonathan Wilson, Colorectal Surgeon

    Recommended obstetrician & gynaecologist

  • byProf. Gordana Prelevic, Endocrinologist

    Recommended Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

  • by Mr Tim Davidson, Consultant General, Breast and Oncoplastic Surgeon

    Empathetic gynaecologist, specialist in pelvic floor.

  • by Dr Amma Kyei-Mensah, Gynaecologist

    Recommended obstetrician & gynaecologist

  • byDr Kate Jolowicz, GP

    Excellent obstetrician and gynaecologist who patients feel very comfortable with.

  • byDr Adrian Nicholas Wayne, GP

    Recommended obstetrician & gynaecologist

  • byDr Marita Koumettou, GP

    A very good Gynaecologist

  • byDr Philippa Ruth Kaye, GP

    Good for urogynae

  • byDr Karen Grossmark, GP

    Good for urogynae

  • byDr Timothy John Gerrard, GP

    For urogynae

  • byMr Gidon Lieberman, Gynaecologist & Reproductive Medicine Specialist

    I’ve worked alongside Mr Clive Spence-Jones for ten years. He’s an excellent, all-around Urogynaecologist and Obstetrician. He provides fantastic patient and obstetric care.

  • byMr Jonathan Wilson, Colorectal Surgeon

    Recommended obstetrician & gynaecologist

  • byProf. Gordana Prelevic, Endocrinologist

    Recommended Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

  • by Mr Tim Davidson, Consultant General, Breast and Oncoplastic Surgeon

    Empathetic gynaecologist, specialist in pelvic floor.

  • by Dr Amma Kyei-Mensah, Gynaecologist

    Recommended obstetrician & gynaecologist

  • Address

    • The Portland Hospital

      234 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5QT

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Virtual

  • Whittington Hospital

    Magdala Ave, London, N19 5NF

  • About Mr Clive Spence-Jones

    GMC number: 2710093

    Year qualified: 1981

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Areas of expertise

    • Adenomyosis
    • Amenorrhoea
    • Bacterial vaginosis
    • Bartholin’s cyst/word catheter
    • Candidiasis (thrush)
    • Cervical polyps
    • Contraception
    • Cystocele
    • Dilation and curettage
    • Dysmenorrhoea (period pain)
    • Endometrial biopsy
    • Endoscopic procedure
    • Enterocele
    • Fibroid surgery
    • General gynaecology
    • Gynaecological pain
    • Heavy periods (menorrhagia)
    • Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
    • Hot flushes
    • Hysteroscopic procedures (polyps, fibroids, endometrial resection)
    • Intrauterine device (IUD) insertion
    • Irregular periods
    • Laparoscopy (key-hole surgery)
    • Menopause
    • Menstrual disorders
    • Hormonal intrauterine device (IUD) for heavy periods
    • Myomectomy
    • Oophorectomy
    • Ovarian cysts
    • Overactive bladder
    • Painful intercourse
    • Pelvic disorders
    • Pelvic floor dysfunction
    • Pelvic organ prolapse
    • Pelvic problems after childbirth
    • Pessary (for prolapse and incontinence)
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
    • Post-menopausal bleeding
    • Premature ovarian failure or insufficiency
    • Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)
    • Prolapse of the vagina/uterus
    • Salpingectomy
    • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDS)
    • Smear test
    • Tubal ligation
    • Ultrasound
    • Urinary incontinence
    • Urinary retention
    • Uro-gynaecology
    • Uterine fibroids & polyps
    • Vaginal infection
    • Vaginal prolapse

    Professional memberships

    British Society of Urogynaecology
    Royal College of Surgeons
    Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG)
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Mr Clive Spence-Jones

    Unsuspected sphincter damage following childbirth revealed by anal endosonography

    Bowel dysfunction

    Dynamic cystoproctography and physiological testing in women with urinary stress incontinence and urogenital prolapse

    The partial shift system

    Circulating levels of GH-releasing hormone and GH during human pregnancy