Mr Thiru Gunendran
Consultant Urological Surgeon
MBChB FRCS Urol
I graduated from the University of Bristol in 1999 and undertook my specialist urological training in the North West. I am currently a Consultant Urological Surgeon at the University Hospital of South Manchester. I was appointed as a consultant in 2009 having initially worked between Trafford General Hospital and University Hospital South Manchester. I practice evidence based urological care and strive to provide excellent, consultant led care to all my patients be it inpatients or outpatients. I believe good communication is essential and am very honest with the care I deliver.
I provide a broad spectrum of general urology including the management of prostatic enlargement (BPH), raised PSA (prostate blood test), lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), haematuria (blood in the urine), recurrent urinary tract infections, prostatitis and testicular pain. I also have a special interest in the diagnosis of urological cancer (bladder, prostate, renal, testicular and penile cancer).
I have been involved in clinical research and practices evidence based urological care. I am a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons and the European Association of Urology. By constantly keeping up to date with national and international urological developments I am able to ensure patients get the most appropriate treatment. I have a strong audit and governance portfolio.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Thiru Gunendran at Spire include:
Spire Manchester Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
Consultant Urological Surgeon, University Hospital of South Manchester (Wythenshawe and Withington Hospital)
I am a family man who loves spending quality time with my wife and kids. I have two boys and we enjoy exploring and the outdoors. I have strong family values and believe that a good upbringing and respect for others is essential.