Dr Emma Ping
I am passionate about offering women holistic, patient-centred, bespoke advice and support, enabling them to be empowered and maximise their wellbeing and long-term health at any age. It is never too late start improving your life.
My approach is open, empathic and non-judgemental, aiming to address every women’s unique situation and needs. As a midlife woman myself who has experienced symptoms of the perimenopause, I appreciate what a positive difference good advice and treatment can make to how you feel and your quality of life.
I graduated from Sheffield University in 1998 and qualified as a GP in 2002. I achieved the postgraduate Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the certificate in family planning and am now completing the Advanced Certificate in menopause care with the British Menopause Society. I have a broad medical background including general practice, older peoples medicine and palliative care and have undertaken several additional specialist menopause educational courses. As a member of the British Menopause Society and International Menopause Society I am dedicated to focusing on menopause care and am guided by evidenced based medicine and The National Institute for Heath and Care Excellence.
I take great pleasure in providing menopause care and have a specific interest in genitourinary syndrome of the menopause.
I live in Norfolk with my husband, who is also a doctor, two teenage daughters, two dogs and a cat. My spare time is spent exercising, socialising with friends, travelling and keeping up to date with the latest in menopause care.
I look forward to meeting you.