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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Dhaval Bodiwala at Spire include:
I have been a Consultant Urological Surgeon since 2010 and am currently working at Nottingham University Hospitals. I have a sub-specialist interest in the diagnosis and management of kidney stone disease and am part of one of the largest specialist stone units in the country.
I also have a large practice in general urologist involved in the diagnosis and management of both benign and malignant urological conditions including but not limited to the testicles, prostate, bladder and kidney.
To date I have performed over 600 operations to remove kidney stones, 500 prostate operations, 500 operations to remove bladder lesions along with numerous operations on the testicles and scrotum in 13 years as a Urologist.
I am the Programme Director for the Urological trainees in the East Midlands with overall responsibility for training the next generation of Urological Surgeons within the region.
Benign prostate diseases
Bladder/ kidney stone disease
Urinary tract infections
General urology with an interest in stone disease.
MBChB / University of Birmingham / 1997
Bachelor of Medicine
MRCS / Royal College of Surgeons of England, London. / 2000
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons
MD / University of Keele / 2003
Doctorate in Medicine
FRCS (Urol) / Royal College of Surgeons of England. London / 2007
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
British Association of Urological Surgeons
European Association of Urology
British Association of Urological Surgeons Section of Endourology
General Medical Council
British Medical Association
Nottingham Urology Group
Programme Director, Urological trainees in the East Midlands
Nottingham Urology Centre and Nottingham University HospitalsBack to top
Testicular prostheses: Development and modern usage
First post-vasectomy semen analysis: Timing and definition of success
Prostate cancer susceptibility is mediated by interactions between exposure to ultraviolet radiation and polymorphisms in the 5' haplotype block of the vitamin D receptor gene
Associations between G/A 1229, A/G 3994, T/C 30875, C/T 48200 and C/T 65013 genotypes and haplotypes in the vitamin D receptor gene, ultraviolet radiation and susceptibility to prostate cancerBack to top
I enjoy watching and playing cricket and football as well as travelling however a lot of my spare time is spent with my young family and wife who is a local GP.Back to top
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