Kidney Stones Specialist
In Birmingham

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Just book an consultation or make an enquiry to get help for Kidney stones treatment from our experts.

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday

09.00 - 17.30

Saturday - Sunday

Closed

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Kidney Stones Treatment Birmingham Clinic

New patients are still being accepted at some private hospitals at the moment, but again, if possible, consultation will be by telephone or video chat.

I would be very delighted to see you in one of my urology clinics, to talk through your symptoms with you and see how I and my team may help. We offer a full service to privately insured patients, and also to self-pay patients for treatment.

Mr Haider Syed Consultant Urological Surgeon

Kidney Stones Private Consultant Urologist

Urology

Other treatments

  • Modern and advanced Laser and keyhole surgery for kidney stones (ESWL,PCNL, Ureteroscopy)
  • One stop prostate clinic
  • Fast track investigation of Haematuria (blood in the urine)
  • Urinary infection
  • Scrotal problems
  • Diagnosis and investigation of all urological cancers
  • Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP)

Kidney Stones Treatment Private Hospital Surgeon

Kidney Stones Specialist with over 20 years Birmingham Urology Clinic working to be the best urologist in Birmingham UK offering treatment and prevention of kidney stones. They range in size from a few millimetres to over ten centimetres. 
Private urology clinic near me urologists in Sutton Coldfield. Clinical Interests: Minimally invasive surgery endourology, laser treatment for prostate and kidney stones, haematuria, prostate disorder

Prostate

The prostate is part of the male genitourinary system. It is located beneath the bladder and in front of the rectum.

Kidneys

Most people have two kidneys, which are organs shaped like kidney beans, each one about 10-15cms long, located either side of the spine, deep in the abdomen.

Men’s Health

Men are notoriously poor at seeking help or assessment for their own health problems. One in five men has not seen a doctor in the past three years.

Bladder

An estimated 14 million men and women of all ages in the UK have bladder problems. The bladder is a muscular bag that aids the elimination of urine.

Ureteric Stones

Renal and ureteric stones are crystalline calculi that may form anywhere in the upper urinary tract. They are often asymptomatic but may cause pain when they move or obstruct the flow of urine.

Haematuria

Blood may originate from the kidney or the collecting system. Urine testing for haematuria should only be performed for identifiable clinical reasons.

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