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Urology is a surgical specialty which deals with diseases of the urinary and reproductive tracts in men and with urinary disease in women.
At Spire Healthcare, we offer fast access to diagnostic scans and tests, treatments and aftercare. Our specialist consultants can treat various common benign and malignant conditions.
Men can be notoriously bad at visiting the GP but we’re here to help with a range of treatments to help keep you healthy and enjoying the life you love. Many men have concerns about urinary and prostate health, pelvic pain or sexual function. Some may find these concerns difficult to discuss or find a visit to their doctor unsettling, which is why we offer direct access to expert advice and reassurance. We want to encourage men to take responsibility for their own health by providing an accessible and efficient service in comfortable and discrete surroundings.
We have a number of specialist consultants offering a range of innovative private men's health services and treatments, dedicated to specific male health issues to men of all ages, such UroLift. Regardless of the service you need or where you're treated, you can be sure of receiving excellent quality, a comprehensive range of urological services, advice and support at every stage and prompt and expert care in the quality and comfort of Spire Harpenden Hospital. Your treatment will be tailored around you, with your choice of hospital and appointment times to suit you. You can also choose your own consultant so you can select a man if you want to. You won’t have to wait and we offer payment options that help put tests and treatment within your reach.
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