• Treatment of prostatic symptoms with minimally invasive procedures including UroLift, TURP, Endoscopic Enucleation of Prostate (EEP) and Rezum
  • Kidney stones surgery including flexible ureteroscopy and laser stone removal and percutaneous nephrolithotomy and bladder stones treatment
  • Medical evaluation and prevenation of recurrent stone formation
  • Investigations of haematuria and high PSA
  • Treatment of erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease (penile curvature)
  • Vasectomy
  • Circumcision (males of all age groups)
  • investigations and treatment of testicular and scrotal swellings such as hydrocele, epididymal cysts and varicocele
  • Investigations and treatment of recurrent urinary tract infections using iAluRil bladder instillations and Uromune® vaccine
  • Urological cancers diagnosis and treatment including renal, bladder, prostate and testicular cancers
  • Investigations and treatment of bladder symptoms such as night-time and day-time frequency and urinary incontinence
  • Laparoscopic urological surgery
  • Treatment of patients with prostatitis and chronic scrotal pain


Scrotal lumps

Scrotal lumps identified on self examination need to be assessed on urgent basis as it could represent a testicular cancer. The patient would be examined and assessed by an urgent testicular ultrasound scan


Blood in the urine

The presence of blood in the urine should be investigaed on urgent basis to identify a possible cause. Blood can be seen by the naked eye or picked up by urine testing. The patient would need a scan of the kidneys (Ultrasound or CT scan) and endoscopic examination of the bladder (flexible cystoscopy)


High PSA

PSA is a blood test that is commonly performed at GP clinics. It is a protein produced by prostate calls. When the PSA levels increase there is an increased risk of prostate cancer. PSA is not an ideal test but can be used as an initial marker with subsequent tests if found elevated on more than one occasion. Patient will be expected to have a prostate MRI followed by prostate biopsies to confirm or exclude the presence of prostate cancer



The Urolift is a relatively new surgical procedure designed to treat men who have benign prostatic enlargement (BPE). This procedure involves the insertion of small implants within the prostate to retracts the prostatic lobes, thus relieving the pressure/obstruction on the urethra. After the surgery, most men are able to pass urine without the need for a catheter and they go home on the same day

In most cases there is immediate improvement in the ability to pass urine, with the risks of sexual dysfunction being extremely small. It can be a suitable option for men who have not benefitted from medical therapy and those who would like to avoid major prostate surgery and catherisation

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Treatment of kidneys stones

Kidney stones are very common urological problem. They can lead to pain, blood in the urine and occasionally severe infections and sepsis. Early detection and treatment of kidney stones is paramount to prevent these complications.

Mr Mohammed is highly skilled in treating kidney stones using minimally invasive and keyhole surgery. The most popular treatment modalities for treating kidney stones include ureteroscopy and laser stone fragmentation or percutaneous nephrolithotomy using specially designed instruments that are inserted through a small incision in the flank skin into the kidney

If you have loin pain and are concerned about kidney stones please book your consultatation with Mr Mohammed to discuss that further