Samantha Hamilton Stent

BSc Hons (Acupuncture), Dip HE (Oriental Medicine), PG Dip Obs, Gynae & Fertility Acu. BSc Hons (Health Science), MBAcC., LicAc. MCNHCC

Samantha is a highly qualified and experienced acupuncturist and specialist in fertility, pregnancy, reproductive health and gynaecology in Chinese Medicine. 

Samantha works with women, men and couples on their journey to parenthood using acupuncture to bring about balance, harmony and a genuine sense of well-being.  

Acupuncture is an ancient medicine with thoroughly modern applications.  It is used to help women prepare for conception, during fertility treatment and IVF and throughout the whole of pregnancy.  Acupuncture has a lot to offer in supporting women at risk of miscarriage, and Samantha works with many hundreds of women each year throughout the first trimester of pregnancy and beyond if necessary.   Samantha also works with men experiencing issues with sperm health and there is mounting clinical evidence in support of its role in these cases.

Acupuncture is part of a comprehensive and formal traditional medical system that places great emphasis and value on holistic approaches to health and wellness.    It offers another tool in the kitbag to help people on their journey to parenthood and is used routinely alongside western medical approaches to fertility and pregnancy. 

Samantha is a member of The British Acupuncture Council, The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, The Royal Society of Medicine, The British Society of Lifestyle Medicine and The Acupuncture Fertility Network.  She has worked in the research and delivery of healthcare in both Western and Eastern medicine her entire career.   She is a faculty member and lecturer for undergraduate acupuncture students at the Northern College of Acupuncture in York and is committed to the development and education of Chinese medicine practitioners and students.

Samantha is well-known for her kind and compassionate approach in clinic and gentle, safe and effective use of acupuncture.

Clinic Fees

  • Initial consultation – £350 (a deductible £100 deposit is required to secure this appointment)
  • Follow up consultation – £200
  • Immune tests- tests range from £150 to £700 each
  • Wellbeing tests- tests range from £60 to £155 each
  • Hormonal tests – tests range from £87 to £105 each
  • Non-invasive Fetal DNA testing- £450
  • Initial scan – £235
  • 3D saline scan – £450
  • HyFosy – £475
  • 3D saline scan + Hyfosy – £625
  • Early pregnancy scans (includes consultation) – £290
  • Nuchal scan (includes blood tests) – £360
  • Anomaly scan- £360
  • Growth scans package (28, 32 and 36 weeks) – £760

    Fetal Medicine scan packages are available on request.
  • Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) – from £1893
  • Hysteroscopy – from £1300
  • Initial consultation –  £285
  • Nurse consultation – £200
  • IVF cycle-  From £3950 (excludes initial and nurse consultations medications,  pre-IVF investigation tests)

    IVF packages are available on request.
  • Initial consultation –  £285
  • Nurse consultation – £200
  • IUI cycle-  From £1200 (excludes initial and nurse consultations medications,  pre-IUI investigation tests)

    IUI packages are available on request
  • Sperm DNA Integrity- £490
  • Semen Analysis- £225
We accept insurance policies from BUPA at CRP Clinic.

Consultations are billed under Professor Shehata’s provider number: 04346007

Tests and investigations are billed under The Miscarriage Clinic’s provider number: 60012322

Please Note:
  • You are responsible for understanding your insurance coverage.
  • Contact your insurer before your initial consultation to verify coverage.
  • Check your policy for coverage limits and excess amounts.
  • Provide us with your insurance details, including membership/policy number and pre-authorization number.
  • Provide us with written confirmation (email or letter) from BUPA as to which tests/investigations they have agreed to cover.
  • If your policy doesn’t cover the full cost, you will be billed for the remaining balance.