Harley Medical Group Reports Big Enquiry Increase in the City

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The Harley Medical Group has reported that, despite seeing static figures for the last six months, the Group's City clinic has seen a 24% month on month enquiry increase.

The Harley Medical Group's City clinic, in the heart of the Square Mile, has historically been one of the 26 clinic strong Group's leading UK clinics but has seen static figures over the last six months. However, September figures for the Group's City Clinic, released today, show a 24% month on month enquiry increase, which could result in optimism amongst City workers.

Male patients are driving the September growth at The Harley Medical Group's City Clinic, which is based at Great Street Thomas Apostle, two minutes walking distance from Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan. Abdominoplasties - tummy tucks (http://www.harleymedical.co.uk/cosmetic-surgery-for-women/the-body/tummy-tuck--abdominoplasty/) - amongst male patients are up 68% year-on-year and male breast reduction - reduction of Moobs, or man boobs (http://www.harleymedical.co.uk/cosmetic-surgery-for-men/the-body/male-chest-reduction/) - is up 14% year on year for the month of September.

Female execs are opting for Non Surgical Treatments with September bookings up 27% month on month in The Harley Medical Group's City Clinic.

Both male and female patients opted for Botox (http://www.harleymedical.co.uk/non-surgical-solutions/line--and--wrinkle-treatments/) last month, which was up 18% last month, year-on-year, as City workers look to stay ahead of the competition in an increasingly competitive climate.

Liz Dale, Director of The Harley Medical Group, said: "There certainly seems to be a renewed sense of optimism amongst City workers, with surgical bookings for the next quarter up by over 20% on last year for our City Clinic."

The Harley Medical Group, which has 26 UK clinics, last reported a big hike in bookings for its City Clinic three years ago, with the Winter 2005 City Surgery boom then attributed to the City bonus season.

A Harley Medical Group patient who works as a sales analyst at one of the UK's top five investment banks, said: "Although my job makes it hard to stay trim I made a lifestyle decision to lose weight earlier this year, which left me with a flap of loose skin on my stomach and stubborn fat on my chest. I felt terribly self-conscious and uncomfortable in the gym, which was my main motivation for surgery. I've booked in for a tummy tuck and male breast reduction (http://www.harleymedical.co.uk/cosmetic-surgery-for-women/breast-surgery/breast-reduction/) in November. With the total surgery bill coming to around £10,000, I'll be using my bonus money to fund the surgery."

Another patient who works for a City insurance firm, said: "I have had botox for five years, usually three times a year. I haven't had the treatment for over a year as I was really tightening my purse strings, but I feel more confident that my job is safe and so I booked in for botox last week. It was long overdue, I look and feel great."

About The Harley Medical Group:
The Harley Medical Group is the UK's largest cosmetic and plastic surgery (http://www.harleymedical.co.uk/plastic-surgery/) provider, performing more procedures and with more clinics than any other cosmetic surgery provider. It has been established for 26 years and is one of the most highly-regarded Cosmetic Surgery Groups with 26 clinics operating in the UK. It has treated over 450,000 patients to date.

The Harley Medical Group works tirelessly to maintain the highest standards in the industry for the benefits all cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery and non surgical patients. The group is currently at the forefront of the campaign to ensure that the Government continues to regulate the use of certain laser types used in cosmetic surgery and non surgical treatments so that patients are protected from rogue practitioners.

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