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Early detection of skin cancer will significantly improve outcome.

Our aim to detect skin cancers earlier when intervention is most effective.

assessment with dermoscope
Our Mole & Skin Check Services in RPM Health Clinics in Leicester & Warwick will help you to detect Skin Cancer. Don't Get Surprised !
Can identify suspicious or dangerous lesions.
Types of moles
Types of moles
Types of moles

Dermoscopy images of 6 Basal Cell Carcinomas from patient's back from one


Types of moles
Types of moles
Types of moles
Types of moles
Types of moles
Types of moles
Can also reassure you that suspicious appearing lesions are actually benign. 
Types of moles
Types of moles
Types of moles

angiokeratoma, 3 seborrheic keratosis, melanocytic mole, eyelid angiomas.



only for £49.99

if  you are not sure which skin check would suit you the best and choose on the the day

If you choose any mole & skin check service during this consultation, the cost of  initial appointment with be deducted from the total price. For full prices see FAQs or OUR FEES site.


Reasons Why To Choose Our Clinic!

Early Detection of Skin Cancer

During FULL Body Check all body areas are thoroughly checked.

Many early melanomas were found by our clinician in early stage , while still  2-3 mm in size. Therefore we don't just simply follow ABCDE rules as your GP would. 

Immediate Results

Our clinician is an expert in the dermoscopy, therefore in 95% of the all assessments you will be explained your results during  your consultation.

Rest of cases a biopsy of the lesion may be required.

One Stop Clinic

Most type of moles and skin lesion can be treated, excised or biopsied in our clinic.

We can refer you for lesions which normally require urgent referral to NHS such as a melanoma or an invasive squamous cell carcinoma.

  • Coughs, Colds, Respiratory Tract Infections
    Affecting parts of body involved in breathing. Most commonly caused by viruses and bacteria. Although this ailment is normally caused by viruses which are self- limiting and do not require treatment with antibiotics, sometimes bacteria can be involved and if untreated more severe conditions such as pneumonia could occur.
  • Urinary Tract Infections
    Affecting the urinary tract, including your bladder (cystitis), urethra (urethritis) or kidneys (kidney infection). UTIs may be treated with antibiotics, but they're not always needed. Symptoms of urinary tract infection may include: • pain or a burning sensation when passing urine (dysuria) • increased frequency to urinate more often than usual during the night (nocturia) • urine that looks cloudy, dark or has a strong smell • needing to urinate suddenly or more urgently than usual and feeling of incomplete emptying • blood in your urine • lower tummy pain or pain in your back, just under the ribs • a high temperature, or feeling hot and shivery or a very low temperature below 36 Celsius
  • Sore Throat and Tonsillitis
    An acute sore throat includes symptoms of pain, scratchiness or irritation of the throat that often worsens when swallowing. The most common cause of a sore throat (pharyngitis) is a viral infection, such as a cold or the flu. However at times Strep throat (streptococcal infection), a less common type of sore throat caused by bacteria can occur, which requires treatment with antibiotics to prevent complications. Other less common causes for a chronic sore throat, which persists for over 14 days can include silent acid reflux, postnasal drip, environmental causes and even throat cancer.
  • Ear Infections
    Very common infection in children usually associated with recent or current respiratory symptom usually affecting the inner ear, whereas in adults the ear canal is most often affected. ​ Symptoms include pain, temperature, vomiting, lack of energy, loss of hearing, discharge from the ear and/or a feeling of pressure inside the ear. Children may pull or rub on their ear, be irritable and off their food and in some cases lose their balance. ​ The diagnosis and appropriate management are made upon the view by an otoscope which gives the view of the ear canal and inner ear.
  • Acute Skin Infection
    Skin infections occur when bacteria enter broken skin surface and sometimes the deep tissue beneath the skin. Cellulitis is a common type of skin infection that causes redness, swelling, and pain in the infected area of the skin. Another common type of skin infection is a skin abscess, which is a collection of pus under the skin. ​ Skin infections can also be caused by fungus or yeast which may cause changes to skin, hair or nails and may not caused any discomfort.
Dermoscopy service RPM  Helath Clinic

'' Melanoma is not the most common of skin cancers, but it is the most dangerous if not found in the early stages'' — Jane Green

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