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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Charles Coker at Spire include:
Mr Charles Coker qualified from Guy's Hospital, London and had most of his surgical training in the South East of England completing an Oncological fellowship in the final year at King's College, London.
Mr Coker was appointed to Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Trust in 1999. His NHS practice is primarily General Urology with a sub-speciality interest in prostate and renal cancer. He has a clinical interest in urinary symptoms and physiological testing for these patients. A large part of Mr Coker’s practise is the management of renal stones, performing Ureteroscopy and Lithotripsy.
Urinary tract infections
Peyronie's Disease, Urinary Symptoms
Royal College of Surgeons
British Association of Urological Surgeons
British Medical Association
Consultant Urological Surgeon: Brighton and Sussex University Trust.Back to top
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