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Focussing on Men's Health

Celebrating its 40th Anniversary this month, Nuffield Health Wolverhampton Hospital, has developed a strong service for Men’s Health. Three urological surgeons and a specialist in genito-urinary medicine base their private practice at the hospital in Tettenhall.

Urology focuses on the surgical and medical treatment of the urinary tract; specifically the kidneys, bladder and prostate as well as treating the male reproductive organs. Common problems include kidney stones, urinary incontinence, passing blood in the urine, prostate cancer, impotence and genital problems. There are many non-surgical treatment options when seeing a urologist, with less than 20% of patients actually requiring an operation.

The consultant urologists at the private hospital in Wolverhampton are Mr Peter Cooke, Mr John Inglis and Mr Suresh Ganta. Mr Cooke is a leading prostate cancer surgeon in the West Midlands who offers investigation of urinary symptoms, prostate enlargement, raised PSA tests and scrotal pathology. Mr Inglis has extensive experience in general urology, prostate problems, prostate cancer and bladder cancer and performs vasectomy and vasectomy reversal procedures. He has a special interest in the treatment of kidney stone disease having worked at the Institute of Urology in London and also has an interest in paediatric urology.  He specialises in minimally invasive surgery for urinary tract stones and has expertise in all available endo-urological techniques including percutaneous renal surgery, ureteroscopy and flexible uretero-renoscopy.  Mr Ganta is the reproductive and infertility lead specialist and does microscopic vasectomy reversals. He is also uses laser to treat stones in the kidneys as well as enlarged prostates. He treats impotence, incontinence, and difficulties passing urine and performs uro-lift procedures as well as bladder botox injections.

Dr Kieran Fernando is a consultant in genitourinary & HIV medicine.  He has expertise in the management of both routine and complex issues related to sexually transmitted infections and HIV.  Additionally, he has an interest in genital dermatological conditions.  His NHS base is in Stoke-on-Trent and he has been also providing private consultations for both women and men at Nuffield Health Wolverhampton Hospital since 2015. Local to the area, , Dr Fernando completed his higher education at Wolverhampton Grammar School and subsequently undertook his undergraduate  and post graduate medical training in Birmingham. He is a member of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

Appointments with any of the above consultants, can be made via the Nuffield Health Wolverhampton Hospital bookings office on 01902 793269. Please enquire about free information events on hips, knees, hands, shoulders and spines.

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