Haider Syed Urologist Consultant Surgeon
Same Week Consultation - Treatment in 2 to 3 weeks
"Mr Haider Syed is a senior consultant urological surgeon with over 30 years of urology experience. His areas of expertise include kidney stones, benign prostate disease, urinary tract infections, haematuria (blood in the urine), scrotal problems and urological cancers.
Mr Haider Syed's areas of expertise: Kidney stones, Haematuria (blood in the urine), Benign prostate enlargement Prostate cancer, Urinary tract infection, Scrotal swelling
He graduated in 1984 as a doctor and completed his urology specialist training in 2000 at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Mr Syed is a kidney stone specialist and offers laser treatment and ESWL shockwave for kidney stones. He provides a service for all patients with prostate enlargement, PSA and related prostate problems. He also has a fast-track clinic for haematuria (blood in the urine). He offers surgical treatment for adult circumcision and scrotal conditions like epididymal cyst, hydrocele and varicocele. He sees all patients with urinary tract infections.
Mr Syed worked in the NHS for over 32 years, and since retirement, now works privately at Spire Little Aston Hospital. In 1990, Mr. Syed was awarded his FRCS in Surgery by the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. He then completed a one-year diploma in urology at the Institute of Urology, University College London in 1993. From 1996 to 1998, he completed his MSc in Urology from the Institute of Urology University College London.
Mr Syed has recently received colleague and patient feedback as a part of 360 degree revalidation conducted independently by Spire Healthcare in September 2022. All feedback received was excellent from patients who were treated under my care at Little Aston Hospital.
Mr Syed offers clinics on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday mornings.
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