Welcome to Staffordshire Urology Clinic

Our website aims to provide you with information on a wide range of urological conditions, our treatments and expertise. We are the largest collaboration of private urology
specialists in the county with specialist NHS practices at the University Hospital of North Staffordshire encompassing all aspects of urological care.
We run clinics at the North Staffordshire Nuffield Hospital, BMI South Cheshire Hospital and Rowley Hall Hospital for our patients across Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire.

CONSULTATIONS

The Staffordshire Urology Clinic has run clinics at the North Staffordshire Nuffield Hospital, Newcastle-under Lyme since its formation in 2011.

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TREATMENTS

A range of common treatments offered by the Staffordshire Urology Clinic. Specific treatments will be discussed by one of our Consultants on an individual basis.

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GP RESOURCES

Designed to help provide information to health professionals, especially local General Practitioners with general information, image and video library,

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MEET OUR CONSULTANTS

We have clinics on most days of the week across Staffordshire and South Cheshire. We will see you within 10 days of contacting us and if you need surgery will operate within 2 weeks of a decision to operate.

Sam-Liu

Mr. Sam Liu

Consultant Urological Surgeon

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Anurag-Golash

Mr. Anurag Golash

Consultant Urological Surgeon

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Christopher-Luscombe

Mr. Christopher Luscombe

Consultant Urological Surgeon

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Lyndon-Gommersall

Mr. Lyndon Gommersall

Consultant Urological Surgeon

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We have clinics on most days of the week across Staffordshire and South Cheshire. We will see you within 10 days of contacting us and if you need surgery will operate within 2 weeks of a decision to operate.

Errection Problems

Impotence, erection problems (including a bent erection) or erectile dysfunction affect 1 in 10 men in the UK and become more common later in life. Over 50% of men over the age of 40 will experience erection problems at some point.

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Testicles

The testes produce sperm and the male hormone testosterone. They develop in the abdomen and usually descend into the scrotum before birth

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Prostate

The prostate is a male sex gland. Its’s main function is to produce seminal fluid. It invariably grows with age and can become infected/inflammed (called prostatitis) or cancerous. As it grows it can cause a blockage to the urinary flow

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Vasectomy & Reversal

Vasectomy (commonly known as “the snip”) is a very common and successful form of contraception. It involves a short operation on the testicles to cut segments out of the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the body

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Stones

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Bladder Infection

Kidney infection or pyelonephritis is a serious and debilitating disease. More common in women and recurrent urinary infections it occasionally causes a severe illness that can require admission to hospital for antibiotic treatment into a vein

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Pain

The painful bladder, interstitial cystitis and the chronic pelvic pain syndrome are a range of serious and very debilitating conditions that affect the bladder. Frequently occurring with other symptoms such as incontinence and frequent voiding (urgency)

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Blood in Urine

Blood in the urine (haematuria) can be either visible or invisible. Visible blood is seen as red urine, which can be at the beginning, end or throughout the urine stream. If the bleeding is heavy it can cause clots to form

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Incontinence

Urinary leakage of urine is a common problem. Affecting women more than men it causes anxiety, social isolation and can occur due to underlying bladder problems. There are 3 main types of urine leakage;

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Flow Problems

Problems with urinary flow are common and can affect both males and females. It is especially common in men as they age, in whom the prostate is the main cause of this problem

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Cancer

The number of kidney cancers reported around the world is rising and the cause of it remains unclear. Approximately 8000 cases of kidney cancer are diagnosed each year in UK

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Foreskin

It can be normal for boys not to be able to pull back (retract) their foreskin, but most adults should be able to. This is important for hygiene reasons, and inability to clean beneath the foreskin can lead to inflammation (redness)

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Scrotal Swelling

Testicular swellings are common in both adults and children. There are many explanations, but the most important one to exclude is testicular cancer. Other causes include

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Prostatitis

Prostatitis means inflammation of the prostate gland and can be acute or chronic (lasting months or years). It is very common and can cause a number of problems, which include

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