Mr. Vivek Wadhwa is a consultant urological surgeon who offers patients comprehensive services including general, cancer, stones and prostate/ bladder problems. . As well as working privately, he works in the NHS at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (Birmingham Heartlands, Solihull and Good Hope Hospitals). He was born and raised in the West Midlands and qualified from the University of Manchester. He was trained in the North West and London and completed his higher urological training in the West Midlands Higher Urological Specialist training rotation.
Mr. Vivek Wadhwa has been published widely and presented at national and international meetings and have been awarded Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer from the University of Birmingham. He's a governance lead for Quality and Safety at the University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UHB).
In addition to his clinical work, he's involved in teaching and examining medical students from the University of Birmingham.
Mr. Vivek Wadhwa is passionate about his work, putting patients first, listening to patients and giving them sufficient information to make informed decisions, using the latest evidence available.
He provides new services including minimally invasive UroLift and Rezum steam therapy for treating lower urinary tract symptoms due to enlarged prostate which can be carried under light sedation, without the need for a general anaesthetic, as a day case procedure, without the need for a urethral catheter and without sexual side effects such as retrograde ejaculation associated with other forms of bladder outlet surgery. He also offers Green Light Laser Prostatectomy and TURP. He is developing a provision for template and MRI/ USS fusion prostate biopsies.
He regularly gives talks to GPs and local support groups.