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Mr Andrew Sinclair

Mr Andrew Sinclair

Urologist
MBBS, FRCS (Urol)

Practising at

Spire Regency Hospital Macclesfield

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Andrew Sinclair at Spire include:

Urology

Other treatments

Urolift - a treatment for enlarged prostates Urethral Reconstruction Artificial sphincters and slings Botox Bladder Injections

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Professional profile

Mr Sinclair was trained in the North West before being appointed to Stockport NHS Foundation Trust as a Consultant Urological Surgeon. Mr Sinclair operates mainly at Stepping Hill Hospital and Macclesfield General Hospital but also has clinics at Congleton and Knutsford.

Mr Sinclair covers all aspects of core urology and therefore regularly see patients with all aspects of urological symptoms, haematuria, raised PSA, scrotal pathology and prostate disorders. Mr Sinclair's sub-speciality interests are laparoscopy, reconstruction, andrology including erectile dysfunction and implant surgery for incontinence.


Clinical Interests

Urology
Andrology
Erectile dysfunction
Incontinence
Prostate cancer
Urodynamics
Reconstructive urology

Bladder and Prostate cancer, Urinary symptoms, Loin pain(kidney stones), Incontinence, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy(BPH), Prostate Surgery, Blood in urine, Urinary Tract Infection, Raised PSA, Urethral Reconstruction, Scrotal Pathology, Artificial sphincters and slings, Botox Bladder Injections, Urodynamics, Urolift - a treatment for enlarged prostates, Reversal of vasectomy, Peyronies disease, Erectile dysfunction

Private contact details

Telephone 01625 505412/505406
Website http://www.manchesterurology.org.uk
Private secretary Michelle
Private secretary fax 01625 501800
Private secretary email info@spireregency.com
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Current NHS posts

Consultant Urological Surgeon, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Consultant Urological Surgeon, Macclesfield General Hospital

Additional NHS clinics:-

Knutsford Community Hospital

Congleton War Memorial Hospital

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