Urology is the area of healthcare concerning illness of the urinary system, along with parts of the reproductive system in men. As such, it’ll be urologists who diagnose and treat you if you experience symptoms in these parts of the body.
At Spire South Bank, our dedicated team of urologists serve the Worcester area with all the latest procedures. Based upon your symptoms and test results, the team will determine which is most suitable for your situation and offers you the best outcomes. Whatever the condition, you can rest assured you’ll receive a superb standard of care from start to finish.
Meet Spire’s urology team in Worcester
Treatments offered in Worcester
At Spire South Bank, our dedicated private urologists near Great Malvern can almost always find a solution. With all the latest techniques and technologies to hand, they’ll get your condition assessed and determine the best option for treatment. This is likely to include a routine medical procedure, such as:
Conditions treated in Worcester
If you’re experiencing unpleasant symptoms, let Spire’s private urologists near Evesham know today. With years of shared knowledge and expertise, they’re pleased to offer treatment and relief for a variety of common conditions, including:
Symptoms treated in Worcester
While the symptoms of a urological health issue can vary, these are often accompanied by pain and discomfort. You shouldn’t have to live this way, and the team at Spire South Bank do everything in their power to reduce or eliminate common effects like:
Test and scans carried out in Worcester
If you’re experiencing some of the symptoms but aren’t sure why, the team will be happy to help there too. They have access to all the latest technology that’ll help diagnose you, including innovative tests and scans like:
Spire South Bank Hospital is in the southern suburbs of Worcester, just along Bath Road. That’s right by junction 7 of the M5 if you’re heading in from further afield. This will also be your closest Spire hospital if you live in the likes of Bromyard, Great Malvern, Ledbury, Pershore and Tewkesbury.
MBBS BSc MS FRCS(Urol)
Mr Eaton trained at the Royal London Hospital, qualifying in 1995. He undertook his basic surgical training in London before commencing a two year period of research, looking at the role of gene therapy in prostate cancer. His higher surgical training was comp…