19 September 2017
Back pain doesn’t have to be a part of life.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Christopher White at Spire include:
I trained at Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Medical school in London, qualifying in 2002, and undertook my urology training in the Wessex Deanery and completed my MSc in Urology at the University of London. I was awarded the Urology Fellowship at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia where I spent a year gaining additional experience in general urology and advanced endourological techniques. I also spent time in Malaysia where I gained valuable knowledge and expertise from world leaders in stone surgery. I was appointd as a consultant urological surgeon at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation trust in 2013 and also hold an honorary consultant urologist position at University Hospitals Southampton.
I provide a comprehensive general urological service including the investigation of urinary tract symptoms, urological cancer diagnosis, urinary tract infection, blood in the urine (haematuria), prostate disease, bladder dysfunction and vasectomy. My specialist interest is in the surgical and non-surgical management of urinary tract stone disease.
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MBBS / Guy;s, King's & St Thomas' Medical School, King's College London / 2002
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MBBS is the degree awarded to those who successfully complete medical school training.
I like to make the most of the surrounding area of Winchester and the South Downs, be it on foot or bike. I'm also a keen skier, enjoy music and I follow rugby.
I met my wife whilst sailing in the Solent and have two young children to keep me busy.Back to top
31 August 2017
Complimentary mini consultation appointments with one of our consultant vascular surgeons, Mr Ian Nordon, are available.…