London Urology at The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in St Johns Wood, London offers ultimate standards of care to patients and provides treatments for urological conditions such as prostate problems, kidney stones, bladder prolapse, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, bladder pain, cystitis and male infertility.
London Urology offers ultimate standards of care to patients. Their highly-skilled group of urologists all work at London teaching hospitals and are all leading specialists in their field. Consultants have the latest diagnostic equipment and five operating theatres at their disposal for patients, who can enjoy the unique, family atmosphere of the hospital in luxurious surroundings.
London Urology is committed to using the latest non-invasive techniques to reduce the side-effects for patients who can be reassured their Consultants are not only trained to the highest standards but also have had the experience of performing countless procedures between them.
Urology treatments available at Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth in London
1 in 5 men will develop prostatic symptoms and 1 in 6 will develop prostate cancer, which is now the most frequent cancer in men.
London Urology is a dedicated centre for the treatment and prevention of kidney stones, offering an acute service normally seeing patients within 24 hours of first contact.
Urinary incontinence in women is very common problem, with four out of every ten experiencing some form of incontinence during their lifetime.
Commonly known as 'impotence', this is the ongoing inability to obtain or sustain an erection that is sufficient for sexual intercourse. It is thought to affect at least one in ten men in the UK and more than 50% of men over 40 will experience some form of ED
Urinary incontinence in men is the inability to control the bladder and stop the flow of urine. Although it affects more women, it is a common condition in men and, depending on the cause, can be temporary or permanent.
Painful bladder syndrome and interstitial cystitis
Painful bladder syndrome (also called chronic pelvic pain syndrome) includes a wide variety of pain syndromes, which affect the organs of the pelvis including the bladder, urethra, vagina, groin and prostate in men and the lower back.
The pain from interstitial cystitis and the debilitating impact it can have is poorly understood, often underestimated and the diagnosis often delayed.
Peyronie’s disease is fairly common and can occur at any age. It is caused by damage to the penile tissue, which creates a scarring under the skin, known as a plaque. The plaque then causes the penis to bend upwards, downwards or become indented.