At Window to the Womb Manchester, we offer a range of diagnostic, private ultrasound scans for every stage of pregnancy. Our goal is to ensure your family feel safe during your experience and we will always put the well-being of mum and baby first. Our clinic staff undergo extensive training and will be on-hand to answer any of your family's pregnancy questions. Our specialist Sonographers use the latest in private ultrasound technology and we have close relationships with local NHS hospitals - to ensure you have on-going care if needed.
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We have 7 other cross UK centre locations in Coventry, Durham, Halifax, Hull, Liverpool, London and Manchester with expansion plans for further centres in the coming months. All our centres offer spacious, relaxed and modern environments with examination and scan rooms with dedicated seating for you, and should you choose, your relatives and friends too. We use modern diagnostic imaging systems which enable us to deliver some of the highest performing, crisp and clear ultrasound imaging available today. We also have a full range of ultrasound pregnancy services and can image the pregnancy for reassurance, growth and wellbeing from 6 — 42 weeks including screening for pre-eclampsia.
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The app was created by the Wilmslow dad after his six-year-old daughter struggled to sleep over fear of real-life Monsters Inc. It's more important than ever to stay informed - Get the free CheshireLive newsletter direct to your inbox. A little girl haunted by nightmares of monsters has finally had a good night's sleep after her dad invented an app - to scan under her bed for baddies. Anthony Gay, 48, got the idea when he had to step away from an international video business meeting after he heard daughter Charlotte, six, crying in bed. After settling her back down, he returned to the call and explained she'd been suffering with regular nightmares about monsters in her room, in Wilmslow.