Urologists are healthcare professionals specially trained in matters of the urinary tract in men and women, and the reproductive system in men. That means they’re best placed to diagnose and treat any problems that occur in this part of the body.
At Spire, our highly skilled team of Urologists offer the Cambridge area rapid access to treatment. They’ve identified and found a way forward for all manner of urinary complaints, and with all the latest tools and technology to hand, they can almost certainly find a solution for you. So, if you’re experiencing any unpleasant symptoms, don’t hesitate to contact the team today.
Learn more about Spire’s urologists in Cambridge
Treatments offered in Cambridge
Spire Cambridge Lea’s experienced team of private Urologists in Cambridgeshire are here to help. They do this through their innovative procedures they’re able to perform, with a focus on achieving the best possible outcomes whatever your condition may be. Operations the team routinely undertake are:
Conditions treated in Cambridge
It doesn’t take much for a urological condition to disrupt your day-to-day life. That’s why the team at Spire Cambridge Lea use their shared expertise to find a medical solution to any and every urological problem, often including the likes of:
Symptoms treated in Cambridge
While the symptoms of urinary tract problems or men’s reproductive issues vary, many of their associated effects are painful and unpleasant. That’s why the urology department at Spire Cambridge Lea waste no time in getting you treated, providing relief from symptoms such as:
Test and scans carried out in Cambridge
To decide which form of treatment will be best suited to your situation, the team needs to know what’s causing your complaint. The good news is that they have all the tools they need to do this, through innovate testing and scanning technology such as:
You’ll find Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital to the north of Cambridge in the Impington area of the city. That puts it right by the A14, which you’ll need to exit at junction 32. This will also be your nearest Spire facility if you live in the likes of Cottenham, Ely, Huntingdon, Sawston and St. Neots.
We're a 40-minute drive from London Stansted Airport and 15 minutes from Cambridge train station, which has direct links into London's King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations.
BHB, MBChB, FRACS(Urol)
Mr Aho moved from New Zealand to the UK to be the Clinical Fellow in Uro-oncology at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) in 2003. The following year he was appointed as a Consultant Urological Surgeon. During his training in NZ he spent a…
BSc, MBBS, MD, FRCS(Urol)
Having studied medicine at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London, I did my basic surgical training in Chichester. I then undertook a period of research investigating the epidemiology and management of benign prostatic hyperplasisa at The Royal College of Sur…
MBBS, BMedSci, PhD, FRCSEng, FRCSEd(Urol)
My interest in urology began in medical school where I was fortunate enough to be in one of the premier units in the country (Newcastle upon Tyne) to train in this specialty. Following graduation I became an anatomy instructor and basic surgical trainee where…
BMed Sci, BM BS, MD, FRCS(Ed), FRCS(Urol)
I graduated from Nottingham University in 1992. My initial general surgical training was based in Sheffield and Nottingham. My specialist urological training was based in East Anglia (Addenbrookes, Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich). During this time I was tr…