Practice

200 Cambridge Street, Wembley
Private Practice located at The Marian Centre (map)

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Attends to: adults

Cognitive tests

First visit Psychiatry

Experience

Expert in:

  • Anxiety
  • Neuropsychiatry
  • Old age psychiatry
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Services & pricing

Cognitive tests


200 Cambridge Street, Wembley

No price information

Private Practice located at The Marian Centre


First visit Psychiatry


200 Cambridge Street, Wembley

No price information

Private Practice located at The Marian Centre

Patient Reviews

5

General score
2 reviews

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Location: Private Practice located at The Marian Centre Treatment of depresion/ Anxiety

Dr Stephen Ford listened to my Issues was non judgemental asked the question required to be able to know what my conditions were, my expectations, were I was and were I wanted to be. from that he was able to medicate and coach me into the direction were I wanted to be as to were I was.
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Could be improved: Waiting Periods as a new patients to see a good Psychiatrist


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Location: Hollywood Specialist Centre Depression and Axiety

I highly recommend Dr Stephen Ford. He always treats me with courtesy and respect and his advice and treatment are very effective. Since seeing him, I feel much better and my quality of life has improved tremendously. He is very supportive of my choices and a compassionate Doctor.
Could be improved: I am very happy with my treatment and wish I had come to him sooner.


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  • Question about Mirtazon Tablets

    can you take Mirtazon tablets if you are already taking heart medication and sertraline?

    Combining antidepressants is a common approach to addressing difficult to treat depressions. This approach is called augmentation. Its sometime a hard question as to whether to switch antidepressant or augment. The advice from the STAR-D study is that for those with partial treatment response then augmentation is a good approach. If there has been no benefit from the sertraline then a direct switch is a better idea.
    The main safety risk with this approach is serotonin syndrome which arises from too much serotonin. This is uncommon when approached cautiously but is a reason for careful supervision of combination therapy by an experienced clinician. Beware of the use of other drugs like Zofran, St Johns Wort or Tramadol at the same time. Cardiac medicines come in all shapes and sizes - the main interaction occurs through the cytochrome P450 system. A good pharmacist can check on any interactions to your specific medications.

    I hope that helps.

    Dr. Stephen Ford

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Experience

Expert in:

  • Anxiety
  • Neuropsychiatry
  • Old age psychiatry
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