Mr Richard Parkinson



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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020

Specialises in

  • Functional urology/continence
  • General urology

About me

Richard Parkinson qualified from Nottingham University Medical School in 1995. After completing surgical training, he returned to Nottingham and spent three years doing a PhD followed by six years of higher surgical training in urology.

At the end of his training he undertook a subspecialty fellowship in female urology, reconstructive surgery and vaginal surgery before returning to Nottingham as a consultant urologist specialising in incontinence, vaginal prolapse and female urology.

As the principal incontinence specialist, Richard is responsible for treating all urology patients requiring surgical interventions for urinary incontinence in Nottingham. These treatments include Botox bladder injections, sacral neuromodulation, vaginal tape operations, urethral bulking injections, sling procedures and other incontinence procedures.

Mr Parkinson is a council member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons Section of Female and Neurological and Urodynamic Urology (BSFRU), and all of his operations and outcomes are audited by BAUS to ensure the highest standards are maintained.

Richard is married with three children

Areas of interest

Incontinence; Prolapse surgery; Female urology; Urinary infection; Botox bladder injections; Sacral neuromodulation; stress incontinence

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