Graham is an accredited Consultant Urological Surgeon with a broad range of urological expertise. He trained at Cambridge and Oxford Universities and his core urological training was in the West Midlands. He later trained at the Bristol Urological Institute for final subspecialist training in Endourology.
Graham's NHS practice is at the University Hospital of South Manchester (UHSM) and Trafford and Altrincham General Hospitals. He regularly sees patients with all general urological conditions and has developed specialist interests in minimally invasive treatments, in particular the treatment of kidney stones. He is one of the leading surgeons treating stone disease in the North West and receives referrals from other consultants throughout the region for his work in this area.
Graham also has an active background in research and is one of the few UK urologists to have achieved a PhD for his research in minimally invasive treatments and prostate cancer, funded by the Medical Research Council. His broad range of expertise is reflected in a wide range of publications in scientific journals and presentations at UK and international meetings. Graham also contributes to medical textbooks on minimally invasive surgery and stone disease.