1 in 3 consultations at Mapperley Park now relate to problems caused by other providers.
The Keogh Review spent six months scrutinising what Sir Bruce Keogh calls ‘grubby practices' in cosmetic medicine.
As part of this process, we submitted our own evidence of declining standards and behaviour in our industry. We called for a return for effective, universal regulation and worked closely with members of the Review team who shared our concerns.
Wouldn't you rather find out about us before, rather than after you run into a problem?
The Mapperley Park Clinic was established in 1993 and has a reputation for expertise, ethics and honesty in skin science and cosmetic medicine.
We specialise in healthy skin. After 20 years at the helm, Jo Martin is widely acknowledged as a leading expert in the field.
Jo founded the clinic in 1993 and remains Clinical Director:
"We are a family owned private clinic employing only qualified, trained and experienced professionals to maintain skin-health - and to treat a huge range of skin problems.
We carry out more than 10,000 procedures a year and because we don't take risks, we hold a clean insurance slate after more than twenty years and 180,000 procedures.
We invest only in the best lasers and medical devices, without regard to their cost - and we have the expertise to work effectively and safely with one of the largest collections of top-of-the-range equipment in the country.
Mapperley Park works in conjunction with trusted local consultants, surgeons, specialist doctors and laser-qualified aesthetic practitioners, so you can be assured of the very highest standards of treatment and care"
20 years of experience is our promise of quality
Our expertise is such that we also deliver the only medical laser qualification in the UK, training and certifying surgeons, doctors, nurses and specialist health and beauty professionals.
If you are looking for a clinic which won't take chances with your health, we will always be pleased to hear from you.
What is it that Sir Bruce Keogh actually said in his report?
A few weeks ago Jo Martin attended a "Scar Academy" training conference organised by the Katie Piper foundation in London.