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Urology
Recommended by 4 specialists
25 years of experience
General Urology, Urological Oncology

Mr Christian Brown is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and a member of the prostate robotic and laparoscopic teams at King's College Hospital and Guy's Hospital NHS Foundation Trusts in London. He trained at a number of leading healthcare institutions across England, including King's College Hospital, University College Hospital, The Royal Marsden and The Royal College of Surgeons, as well as other hospitals across the South East of England.

Mr Brown offers care in both general and specialist urology. His general urology practice involves the assessment and management of general urological conditions including those of the kidney, bladder, prostate and male genitalia. His specialist urology practice involves laparoscopic and robotic surgery, with particularly extensive experience in robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP), having over 1250 cases under his belt.

Mr Brown shares his vast surgical experience as a lecturer on various postgraduate courses at University of London and in Europe. He has educated trainees and consultants in practical surgical skills in the UK and abroad. He is also an active clinical researcher in benign and malignant prostate disease, and has published over 45 peer reviewed articles in the field of urology.

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Urology
Recommended by 9 specialists
22 years of experience
General Urology, Urological Oncology

Mr Greg Shaw is a London-based Urological Surgeon consultant. He graduated from St Bartholomew’s Medical College in 1999 in Medicine. He went on to study further at St Bartholemew’s Hospital completing an MD research degree in which he discovered his interest in prostate cancer. This interest was developed over a 4 year period in which he held a Lectureship at The University of Cambridge, working within a world-class facility alongside a world-renowned research team. During this period he produced important findings from his research, further enhancing his keen interest and contribution to the prostate cancer field.

Afterwards, he began his specialist training in urology in North Thames where he was awarded a Fellowship by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. His fellowship allowed him to further develop his interests including an interest in Robotic surgery.

Mr Shaw continues to use the scientific skills learned in his research degree, delivering up-to-date evidence-based diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer to ensure the best treatment of his patients. The services he provided encompass the urology field including investigation of common problems (blood in the urine, etc), difficulty in urination, Raised PSA levels, and urinary tract infections. Additionally, he also diagnoses and treats prostate and bladder cancer, using a wide range of biopsies (trans-perineal and MRI-guided) to diagnose prostate cancers. Moreover, he is also proficient in performing benign prostate surgery and inguinoscrotal surgery.

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Urology
Recommended by 5 specialists
15 years of experience
General Urology, Urological Oncology, Neuro-Urology + 4 more

Mr Rajesh Nair, Consultant Urological Surgeon, has been working within the Guy’s and St Thomas’s Trust since 2017. He is highly specialised in open, laparoscopic and robot-assisted surgery of cancer in the bladder, kidney, prostate, and testis, he can also perform reconstructive urological surgery. His expertise extends across the whole spectrum of urological issues including Blood in the Urine, Urinary Tract Symptoms, Urological cancers, Urinary Tract Reconstruction, PUJ Obstruction, and testicular pain. He is also qualified to perform Blue-light Cystoscopy and Intravesical Bladder Treatment Strategies in Bladder Cancer, Continent and Incontinent Urinary Diversion, Bladder and Kidney Preservation for Cancer, Upper Tract Urothelial Cancer Diagnostics and Treatment, and Robotic Pyeloplasty.

Mr Nair has undertaken fellowships in robotics, uro-oncology, and reconstructive urology within many prestigious institutions in London including St. George’s Hospital, Guy’s Hospital, and abroad at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Australia. 

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Urology
30 years of experience
General Urology, Urological Oncology

Professor Richard Hindley is a leading Consultant Urologist who takes pride in his patient-focused approach to care. Professor Hindley carries out his private practice alongside leading consultants in the field of Urology at HCA Princess Grace Hospital in London. Using the most recently proven techniques and latest technology, Professor Hindley is able to provide timely and low-risk treatment for a vast array of urological conditions. Known for his commitment to providing his patients with the highest possible quality of care and expert advice, he receives referrals from patients all over England and further afield.

In 1991, Professor Hindley graduated with a medical degree from the University of Dundee. He also completed a masters in Urology at University College London in 1999. He spent his initial surgical training years in Brighton, before undertaking specialist urology training in the South Thames region, which included 2 years spent at King's College Hospital before taking his final exams and venturing to Brisbane, Australia in 2003 to begin a fellowship in laparoscopic urology. In 2004, he was appointed as a consultant at Basingstoke Hospital. Since then, Professor Hindley has made impressive contributions to research in the field of urology, particularly in prostate cancer, and has been dedicated to the improvement of treatments and advances in patient care.

Professor Hindley is also the Director of training in Greenlight Prostate Cancer Vaporisation, a surgical technique which granted him an innovation award from the NHS excellence committee. More recently in 2017, he became the first surgeon to perform REZUM therapy for benign prostatic hyperplasia. This innovative minimally invasive procedure uses steam therapy to reduce an enlarged prostate. Professor Hindley has performed over 500 of these procedures and offers them both privately and on as part of his NHS service.

Outside of his practice, Professor Hindley enjoys photography and is a lover of tennis, cycling and cricket.

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Urology
Recommended by 1 specialist
23 years of experience
General Urology, Urological Oncology

Mr Ben Challacombe, Consultant Urological Surgeon, currently works within the Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Trust. He is highly specialised in minimally invasive procedures for prostatic disease. He is the clinical lead for urological cancer and clinical robotics, his expertise in robotics is unparalleled, he is a mentor and fellowship director for robotic surgery.

Mr Challacombe has trained in many highly prestigious institutions including Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, and The Royal Marsden Hospital, as well as abroad at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, alongside Professor Tony Costello. He was later awarded the Rowan Nicks Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. His intensive training allowed him to learn both laparoscopic and robotic techniques, he later performed the first clinical trial of telerobotics in London and Oxford in 2002. This trial later became a section within his Master’s thesis on robotic medicine and telemedicine.

Mr Challacombe has performed a vast range of procedures including over 1000 robotic radical prostatectomies, over 1100 robotic upper tract procedures (560 of which were robotic partial nephrectomies), and is also highly experienced in holmium laser prostatectomy (HoLEP) having performed over 900. He remains one of the most sought after surgeons in the UK for robotic partial nephrectomy and upper tract robotics. Additionally, he helped to create the robotic cystectomy and robotic partial nephrectomy programmes at Guy’s Hospital.

He remains an active member of the research community, his current research interests focus on robotic surgery training, trans-perineal template biopsy and sentinel node techniques, active surveillance of low-risk prostate cancer, and haptic probe development in robotic surgery. He has also published over 230 articles in high-impact journals, written 3 books, and has contributed 25 chapters to textbooks. He holds positions for many associations including being Chairman for the British Association of Urology (BAUS) Oncology Section and is a trustee for The Urology Foundation Charity. On top of this, he is also an associate editor for BJUI. 

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Urology
Recommended by 2 specialists
12 years of experience
Female Functional Urology, General Urology, Male and Female Incontinence + 1 more

Mr Nicholas Faure Walker is a Consultant Urologist at The Princess Grace Hospital and The Prostate Centre. He has a specialist interest in female, functional, neurological and urodynamic urology. 

Mr Faure Walker is educational lead for urology at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Orpington and an honorary senior lecturer in urology at King’s College London. He has published papers and is regularly invited to speak nationally and internationally on specialist and general aspects of urology. 

He completed his surgical and urology specialty training in London, and undertook a postgraduate Fellowship in female, functional and reconstructive urology at Concord Hospital in Australia. He has been awarded prizes from the Royal Society of Medicine, the British Association of Surgical Oncology and the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland. He has also worked in Sierra Leone and as an expedition medic. 

Mr Faure Walker is a member of the International Continence Society (ICS), European Association of Urology (EAU) the International Neurourology Society (INUS) and the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS). He is a member (female and functional section) of the European Association of Urology (EAU).  

Mr Faure Walker sees patients at: 

The Prostate Centre 18 Devonshire Street London, W1G 7AQ Wednesdays, 9.00am - 4.00pm 

Special interests  

Mr Faure Walker specialises in the following areas:  

• Bladder pain 

• Benign Prostate Hyperplasia 

• Bladder stones 

• Blood in urine (Haematuria) 

• Epididymal cysts 

• Erectile dysfunction

• Foreskin and scrotal conditions 

• Interstitial cystitis 

• Lower urinary tract symptoms 

• Kidney stones 

• Neurourology 

• Overactive bladder 

• Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) bladder 

• Prostate cancer 

• Recurrent urinary tract infections 

• Testicular pain 

• Urinary incontinence 

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Urology
39 years of experience
General Urology, Andrology, Urological Oncology

Mr Michael Dinneen is the Senior Consultant Urological surgeon at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, who has developed international expertise and reputation in the diagnosis and surgical management of benign & precancerous skin conditions of the penis. He also deals with urinary tract stone disease, urinary tract infections and the management of benign and malignant disease of the prostate, including prostatitis.

Outside his clinical work, Mr Dinneen is a reviewer for several urological journals, a clinical and educational supervisor and examiner for the Faculty of Surgery, Imperial College London. He is immediate past president of the Section of Urology of the Royal Society of Medicine


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

  • Bladder examination by camera (cystoscopy)
  • Bladder function study
  • Bladder resection
  • Cystectomy
  • Cystoprostatectomy
  • Epididymal cyst removal
  • Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (one treatment)
  • Penis foreskin loosening
  • Percutaneous stone extraction from the kidney (PCNL)
  • Prostate Resection (using Laser)
  • Prostate surgery (TURP)
  • Prostectomy
  • Scrotum fluid removal
  • Twisted testis surgery
  • Undescended testicle surgery
  • Ureter stone removal
  • Ureteroscopy and fragmentation of kidney stone using laser
  • Urethra examination
  • Urodynamics study
  • Varicocele surgery
  • Vasectomy (male sterilisation)
  • Vasectomy reversal
  • Penis cancer
  • Prostate disease
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Urinary tract stones
  • Penile dermatology
  • Penign prostate enlargement
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Urology
36 years of experience
General Urology

Ken Anson is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Reader in Urology at St George’s University Hospitals.  He has been providing world class care to urology patients in the United Kingdom and beyond for over 20 years and has introduced many new surgical techniques to help patients who suffer from urological issues such as urinary stone disease, ureteric obstruction and sepsis in his urology practice.  He is a high volume surgeon performing ureteroscopy, ureterorenoscopy, laser fragmentation of ureteric stones, PCNL, bladder stone destruction, ESWL on regular occasions. 

Mr Anson has had a long track record in Urological research and for the past decade has worked with colleagues to deliver a nationally funded research pipeline to answer some of the most important questions in urinary stone disease.  The first published trial (the SUSPEND study) has helped change worldwide practice for the benefit of patients.

Mr Anson is a leading specialist in many urological conditions but foremost is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of urinary stone disease.  However he is also involved in helping patients suffering from blood in the urine, ureteric obstruction, ureteric colic, urinary symptoms, urinary infections, sepsis and benign prostatic diseases.  He enjoys a national and international reputation as an Endourology expert and has published extensively in this area.  He regularly lectures and teaches at both home and abroad about urinary stone disease and the use of technology to improve patient outcomes.

Alongside his clinical work Ken has held important management roles including serving as a St George's Divisional Chairman for three years.  He has been Secretary and Chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeons’ (BAUS) Section of Endourology and been a BAUS trustee for 5 years.  He is now Treasurer and a Trustee of the British Journal of Urology International charity and works with The Urology Foundation on Endourological projects.  He is also an Examiner and Assessor for the Intercollegiate Urology Examination (and examines nationally and internationally) and is the Royal College of Surgeon’s representative on the Intercollegiate Examination Board of Urology.

In his spare time Ken likes to fly-fish for trout, salmon and sea bass, ski, sail and walk his flat coated retriever Bracken.


Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Ureteric stone removal
  • Bladder stone removal
  • Ureteric stent insertion/removal/change
  • Percutaneous nephrolithotomy
  • Retrograde ureterography
  • Nephrostomy tubes
  • Narrow band imaging of upper tracts
  • Ureteric tumour diagnosis
  • Laser destruction of ureteric and renal tumours
  • Kidney stones
  • Ureteric stones 
  • Bladder stones
  • Ureteric stent management 
  • Ureteric obstruction
  • Urinary tract infections/UTIs
  • Urinary sepsis
  • Ureteric tumours
  • Laser destruction of renal and ureteric tumours
  • Complex diagnostic urological problems
  • Second opinions
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Urology
37 years of experience
Urological Oncology

Mr Christopher Ogden is a consultant urologist and pioneer of robotic surgery in the UK. With around 1000 robotic procedures performed under his care, he is the leading UK robotic surgeon. To date, he currently has the longest and largest series of radical robotic prostatectomy operations performed by any surgeon in the UK, performing up to nine robotic prostate removals a week and around two hundred a year.

Mr Ogden's pioneering work began in 2004 when he put together the first team in the UK to be recognised by Da Vinci robotic surgery as trained to perform robotic prostatectomy. His team went on to be the first of their kind to perform the robotic prostatectomy in the UK independent health sector on one of his patients.

Mr. Ogden's distinguished career continued to evolve when he became the first UK surgeon to be invited on to the faculty of the European Robotic Urology Symposium. He later became the first UK urological surgeon to be invited on to the faculty of international experts at the World Robotic Symposium and was the first UK urologist to present a peer-reviewed paper at the national congress on one hundred consecutive robotic prostate operations with full oncological and functional outcomes.

In addition to all his other accolades, Mr Ogden is the first surgeon in the world to present a peer-reviewed paper on a comparison of Robotic prostatectomy and High intensity Focused Ultrasound for prostate cancer. He is a pioneer in his field and works tirelessly in his busy practice to give patients the best results.

Outside of his busy work, Mr Ogden’s interests include tennis, opera, theatre, music, rugby and farming.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

  • Radical Robotic prostatectomy
  • Kidney disorders
  • High intensity focused ultrasound for prostate cancer
  • Laparoscopic surgery for kidney disorders
  • Major pelvic surgery including neo-bladder construction
  • Urological malignancy
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Urology
Recommended by 7 specialists
20 years of experience
General Urology, Male and Female Incontinence, Urological Oncology

Mr Tamer El-Husseiny is a highly experienced Consultant Urological Surgeon specialising general urology and sub-specialising the prevention, diagnosis and management of kidney stones and benign prostatic disorders. Based at Charing Cross Hospital and St Mary's Hospital, he is highly reputed for his expertise in endourological surgery (minimally invasive surgery). His surgical repertoire includes procedures such as ureteroscopy and laser stone fragmentation, percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL), Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate (HoLEP), Urolift, Rezum, as well as the management of upper tract urothelial cancers. He is also proficient in placing a variety of urological stents and treating other upper tract abnormalities, including strictures and extrinsic obstruction of the ureter.

After graduating with honours from medical school, Mr El-Husseiny embarked upon primary surgical and urological training and took up a role as an assistant lecturer in urology. He then went on to higher specialist training, completing urology training schemes in both London and West Midlands. Furthering his research and training, he undertook a two-year subspecialty endourology fellowship based at St Bartholomew's Hospital, which was awarded to him by the Endourological Society. His fellowship specialised in the management of complex stone disease.

Mr El-Husseiny is extremely passionate about academic urology and research in the field, having led on multiple research projects over the years. He has also published widely in the field, including peer reviewed journals, book chapters and has also presented his work at regional, national and international meetings and conferences. Keen to share his skills and expertise, he is actively involved in teaching on multiple courses and workshops.

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