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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020
- Functional urology/continence
- General urology
- Urological oncology
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Melissa Davies qualified at St Georges Hospital Medical School, London. She completed a five year training programme in urology and undertook a fellowship in urogyanecology and female urology in Leicester General Hospital. She was appointed to Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust in 2011 after completing her training in Guys & St Thomas’ Hospital, London.
She is one of a handful of surgeons around the country who can offer all forms of treatments for stress urinary incontinence, including non-mesh surgery. She is also fellowship trained in prolapse and reconstructive surgery and can offer several forms of treatment for conditions affecting the bladder, prostate and urethra. She receives referrals from urologists, gynaecologists and general practitioners from the wider Wessex region as well as nationally. She is also director of the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre urodynamics unit. She has trained several surgeons, from the UK and across the world, on urological surgical techniques and urodynamics.
Her interests include the management of female pelvic floor disorders, including prolapse and continence problems, and the urological management of patients who have neurological disability and spinal injuries.
Areas of interest
Urinary tract disorders; Paediatric Urology; female urinary incontinence; Male urinary incontinence; Benign prostate conditions;
Anaesthetists worked with
Current NHS consultant posts held
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
Duke of Cornwall Spinal Injuries Unit
Continence surgery, including placement of artificial urinary sphincter.
Davies MC, Creighton SM, Wilcox DT. Long-term Outcomes of Anorectal Malformations. Pediatric Surgery International Aug 2004;20(8): 567-572.
Davies MC, Creighton SM. Vaginal construction using sigmoid colon in children & young adults. BJU Int Nov 2004;94(7):1143-1144.
Davies MC, Crouch NC, Woodhouse CRJ & Creighton SM. The Effects of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia on the Lower Urinary Tract. BJU Int June 2005;95(9):1263-1266.
Davies MC, Woodhouse CRJ & Creighton SM. The Pitfalls of Vaginal Construction. BJUI June 2005;95(9):1293-1298.
Creighton SM, Davies MC & Cutner A. Laparoscopic Management of Cervical Agenesis. Fertility & Sterility 2006;85(5):1510 e13-e15.
Davies MC & Perry MJ. Urological Management of Page Kidney. BJUI Nov 2006.
Davies MC, Creighton SM. Recent advances in Vaginal Reconstruction. Current Opinion in Urology Nov 2007;17(6): 415-8.
Shepherd C, Rizzo S, Ledaki I, Davies MC, Brewer D, Attard G, de Bono J, Hudson D. Expression Profiling of CD133+ and CD133- Epithelial Cells from Human Prostate. Prostate 2008 Jun 15;68(9):1007-24.
Davies M.C., Liao L., Wilcox D.T., Woodhouse C.R.J., Creighton S.M. Anorectal Malformation: What happens in adulthood? BJUI August 2010;106(3):398-404.
Davies M.C. Book review Fast Facts; Bladder Disorders (2nd Edition). BJUI April 2012; 109(7): E25.
Drake T., Davies M.C. Tarlov Cysts as a rare cause of voiding dysfunction. J Clin. Urol 2013.
Drake T., Davies M.C. & Rustom. Phimosis in Childhood. BMJ Aug 2013; 346: f3678.
- MB BS St Georges Hospital Medical School 1999
- FRCS (Urol) Royal College of Surgeons England 2009
- Doctor of Medicine University of London 2009
Reference number 4618090
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Committee Member Nerourology Subsection ICS 2012
Details of entry to specialist register
- Consultant Uologist, 2011
Affiliations / memberships
British Association of Urological Surgeons
International Continence Society
- New Hall Hospital Bodenham SALISBURY SP5 4EY
- 08:30 - 20:00
- 01722 439891
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