Take a minute to re-set and focus on YOU!
We lead busy and all-consuming lives. Finding the time to regain the balance between work, day to day life, family and enjoying yourself is always difficult and, typically, way down the to-do list! So, to help you on your way, WILD London is proud to present their 1st Wellbeing Event on Wednesday 18th September. Join us for an uplifting evening focusing on physical, mental and emotional wellbeing with guest speaker Dr Fiona McCarthy.
Women’s wellness is central to Dr Fiona’s ethos – Working in Oncology and as a busy mother of two herself, she understands all too well how self-care can often fall to the bottom of the list and has dedicated her aesthetic career to helping women restore and reclaim their health, beauty and inner vibrancy through the highest quality, proven treatments and products.
Come along to our event on the 18th September and join us in an interactive session with Dr Fiona who will be able to help us all better understand more about women’s health, skin and wellbeing
More about our guest speaker Dr Fiona McCarthy
Dr McCarthy is a consultant medical oncologist based at St Georges Hospital, London with a specialist interest in breast cancer and women’s health. She also runs her own personal aesthetics clinic on Kings Road London. She graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2002 and undertook specialist oncology training at St Bartholomews Hospital, London. In addition to her clinical work, she was also awarded a PhD by the University of London in 2016 for her work on inflammatory cells in lung cancer. She has presented her research both nationally and internationally and has published in international scientific journals.
Dr Fiona is known for her thorough consultation style, taking a holistic approach to a treatment plan. She creates a unique, bespoke journey for each client, using various products and treatments, such as injectable treatments, topical skincare (including prescription products) and aesthetics devices such as mesotherapy or microneedling.