Dr Abbi Lulsegged is an experienced consultant physician and endocrinologist, practising in a number of clinics in central London and southern England. Dr Lulsegged has a special interest in unexplained medical conditions, obesity, fatigue, and reversal of type 2 diabetes. He also has an interest in optimising patients for important goals such as pregnancy or surgery, taking into account important environmental factors. He has broad experience in treating all manner of endocrine conditions including polycystic ovarian syndrome, osteoporosis, male and female sex hormone dysfunction, thyroid nodules, adrenal diseases, endocrine causes of high blood pressure, problems with salt, potassium and magnesium levels (electrolyte imbalance) and pituitary disease.
He is passionate in determining the root cause(s) of why a patient is unwell - whether it is a seemingly straightforward thyroid problem or a more complex, long-standing, baffling conundrum. By taking this approach, he believes that patients are managed much more holistically with the potential to not only positively impact existing conditions but, also invest in future health. He has considerable expertise in coordinating the care of patients with complex, unexplained conditions, working closely with experienced, dedicated colleagues. He sees patients from all over the country and overseas. Dr Lulsegged developed from scratch a successful and thriving endocrine service at Bromley Hospitals, part of King's College Hospital. He is also a notable leader and educator, with experience heading the production of guidelines on management of vitamin D deficiency serving a population of 1 million. He has lectured both nationally and internationally.
Dr Lulsegged has presented in the Houses of Parliament on the subject of reversal of type 2 diabetes, has been interviewed regularly on radio programs and has been quoted by national press. He appeared on the BBC to discuss treatment of diabetes - the program received very high viewer ratings. He has received clinical excellence awards for his outstanding patient care, and has been appointed as a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians as an acknowledgment of his work in both medicine and his chosen specialty.