Mr Nikesh Thiruchelvam: Urology
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Mr Nikesh Thiruchelvam

Urology

 

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Specialises in

  • Female urology
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Urogynaecology

About me

Mr Thiruchelvam is lead Consultant Reconstructive Urological surgeon at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS trust, one of the largest Biomedical Campuses in Europe.
Nikesh entered medical school at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College in London followed by surgical training at St. Bartholomew’s, the Royal London Hospital, Ipswich Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital, London and in Wessex, Hampshire.
He also completed an MD at the University of London and undertook fellowship training in Perth, Australia.

At Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge Univeristy Hospitals NHS Trust, Nikesh is the clinical lead in his long-standing specialist area of interest, bladder dysfunction, incontinence, reconstruction and urethral stricture disease.
Nikesh is audit lead and an elected committee member and now Secretary of the Female, Neurological and Urodynamic section of the British Association of Urology and invited member of the European Association of Urology sections of Female and Functional Urology and Young Academic Urologists. He is a member of the EAU Incontinence guidelines panel and EAU ESU female masterclass faculty.
Nikesh has given invited lectures and been on faculty for international meetings including Leading Lights in Urology, Challenge the Experts, ESFFU section meetings and British Association of Urology and European Association of Urology Annual Meetings.
As an expert in incontinence and reconstruction, Nikesh has contributed to NICE consultations, NHS Horizon Scanning documents, NICE Eyes on Evidence and NIHR Design for Dignity. He has co-authored NHS England documents on improving continence care.

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Reconstructive surgery; Urinary tract disorders; Female urology; Vasectomy (including reversal); Urethral reconstruction; Urodynamics; Urogynaecology; Incontinence (urine / faeces); Prostate disease including prostate cancer; Male urology; Neuromodulation; Artificial sphincters; Neurology; Functional urology

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