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At Spire Healthcare, we have a multi-disciplinary team dedicated to providing specialist care for men with prostate, penile, testicular and bladder problems. This may include problems such as difficulty with fertility, erections, prostate cancer and prostate disease, testicular lumps and other male specific conditions.
Meet the consultants who are part of our expert team here at Spire Manchester Hospital.View consultants
Some men find it difficult to make the first move and visit 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, groin pain or sexual function. Some may find these concerns difficult to discuss or find a visit to their doctor unsettling, so in most cases we are able to offer direct access to expert advice and reassurance.
We provide an accessible and efficient service in discrete surroundings, ensuring a comfortable environment for all.
We have a number of specialist consultants offering a range of men's health treatments, such as prostate surgery and microsurgical vasectomy reversal, to men of all ages.
We offer ED1000, a non-invasive, innovative treatment for erectile dysfunction, utilising shockwave therapy as a pain-free method for long-term benefits.
Regardless of the service or treatment you need, you can be sure of receiving: excellent quality care, fast track diagnosis, a comprehensive range of urological services, access to specialist consultants, advice and support at every stage, all in in the comfort of a private hospital.
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