Gordon Muir is a consultant urological surgeon who is has toaught throught the world in prostate and andrology proeblems.
He has been a pioneer in reducing the side effects of treatment for both benign and malignant prostate problems, and also treats men with erectile and fertiloity problems. Some of the standard operations in these fields, such as laser prostatectomy and frenuloplasty, have been developed or described by him
Wherever possible one stop appointments are offered and we are happy to use electronic media where that will help.
His NHS base is King's College Hospital, he qualified in medicine at the University of Glasgow and spent time in the Army, then his postgraduate training in surgery and urology took place in London at St George's and the Royal Marsden Hospitals as well as time spent in France, Egypt, the USA and Italy.
His clinical interests are in prostate disease (particularly minimally invasive management of prostate symptoms and prostate cancer), male urinary symptoms including incontinence, and male sexual dysfunction and fertility (including treatments and surgery for erectile problems).
He has research and publication expertise in the fields of surgical training, erectile problems, laser prostatectomy and urological cancer. Mr Muir runs regular international training courses for other specialists and has lectured in these areas around the world, with visiting professorships in Asia, Europe, Africa and the USA.
Thanks. Glad it was satisfactory
There’s never a good way to hear this news. But the first bit is the worst bit. It gets better
Most of a good result is due to the patient!
I hope that’s a positive comment! Thanks.
Surgery is scary and all we can do is do it well and be sympathetic
Gordon is a highly experienced urologist with decades of experience. He keeps himself updated and current, and is an excellent communicator. His skills set in Urology is broad and yet deep, and I have no hesitation in recommending Gordon to patients with general urology, andrology, and benign prostate problems.