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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Kishor Tewary at Spire include:
I see children for consultations and medical treatment at Spire Parkway Hospital and consultations only at Spire Little Aston Hospital.
I have over 30 years’ experience in paediatrics and I feel privileged to have therefore uniquely qualified to help children with a wide range of health issues. Having worked at senior positions both in the UK and abroad, I have extended my ability to deal in a multi-lingual setting. Further to general paediatric issues, I have special expertise in the management of UTI, bed wetting, enuresis and bladder conditions. Over the last two decades, I have led and initiated special clinics for this in many of the local hospital Trusts.
I specialise in general paediatric conditions; feeding issues, gastro-oesophageal reflux, colic, cow’s milk protein intolerance/allergy, lactose intolerance, chronic/recurrent diarrhoea, heart murmur, pain abdomen, bowel disorders, constipation, failure to thrive, concerns about weight, growth and development, asthma/hay fever/atopic conditions, fits, faints, funny turns, chest infections, wheeze and general paediatric allergy disorder.
Having worked with children for over 30 years, I have seen and managed thousands of children in the UK and abroad. Having developed special expertise in uro-nephrology I conducted more than 75 peritoneal dialysis in India and managed hundreds of cases with dilated kidneys (hydronephrosis, dysplastic/MCDK), UTI and incontinence over the last two decades.
I am a Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) rep and Lead Paediatrician at Spire Little Aston Hospital. My responsibilities include developing paediatrics, liaising with the paediatric team and the management, and to support and enhance clinical governance and safeguarding activities.
I am proud to be part of Birmingham University, currently as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Birmingham University Medical School. I served at St George's School of Medicine, Grenada as an Associate Professor of paediatrics until 2015. I was lead of paediatric education for Keele Medical School, and have been heavily involved in quality improvement activities with West Midlands Deanery, Royal Colleges and CQC. I am a member of the Grand Advisory council for BAPIO, and served as an ex-member of their national executive committee, and lead of West Midlands division.
I am a member of the guideline committee with RCPCH/NICE and regularly contribute to the development of new guidelines. I am a reviewer for BMJ case reports and Journal of United Arab Emirates. I wrote an editorial in paediatrics in a peer-reviewed journal in 2015 and have presented in international conferences such as the 'International Congress of Paediatrics, Athens in 2011.
In addition to being a clinician, I take pride and solace in serving humanity as a musician and vocalist. I have served many charities including the National Blind Children's Society, Diabetes UK, and A Smile For A Child through my shows. This plays a big part in my life, and I enrich my soul with this God gifted ability. I am also a qualified life/relationship coach. This gives me an edge by being able to relate to parents and children at an empathic level and work in partnership with a full understanding of their physical and emotional needs.
Urinary tract infections
Special clinical interests: Paediatric nephrology.
MBBS, MD / Bihar University, India / 1987
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of surgery, Doctor of Medicine
MBBS is a degree given to physicians after medical school training completion, MD is specialisation.
FRCPCH / Royal College of Pediatrics and child health / 2007
Fellow of the RCPCH
Fellowship is given to clinicians after 10 years of MRCPCH and their contribution and clinical excellence
MRCP / Royal College of Medicine / 1998
Membership of the Royal College of Medicine
Post graduate certificate in medical education (PGCME) / Keele University / 2010
Post qualification in medical education
Certificate in health sciences / Warwick University / 2018
Post graduate certificate in health sciences
Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health
I am a paediatric lead at Spire Little Aston Hospital, and a MAC rep
Honorary Senior Lecturership at Birmingham University Medical School.
MIMS assessor/personal tutor at Aston University Medical School.Back to top
I enjoy my spare time with music and family. Being a vocalist and musician, a significant part of my life is contributed to creating music and performing with live bands. I have been privileged to utilise this God gifted ability to contribute to humanity through my liaison with charities like National Blind Children's Society, Diabetes UK, and A Smile For A Child.
My life is complete with two lovely daughters and my wife, sharing family time together. I am also a life/relationship coach and serve doctors in difficulty on a goodwill basis.Back to top
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11 February 2020
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04 February 2020
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