Dr Rizwan Hamid is a Consultant Urological Surgeon at the University
College London Hospitals and London Spinal Injuries Unit, Stanmore, UK
and a Honorary Associate Professor at UCL.
He undertook specialist urological training in London with fellowship in
functional and neurourology at Institute of Urology, London. Rizwan was the
first non-European qualified urologist appointed at UCLH in open interview.
His doctoral thesis was investigating fertility issues in spinal cord injury men
resulting in a MD from UCL.
He specialises in Female Urology & Neuro-Urology and provides a tertiary
care practice in reconstruction of the lower urinary tract.
Complementing his experience in general urological conditions, Rizwan
specialises in conservative and surgical management of bladder dysfunction in
both male and females. He has particular interest in managing overactive
bladder, urinary incontinence, infections and bladder pain in both sexes.
He has a keen interest in treating men’s health conditions like prostate
issues and erectile dysfunction
Rizwan is an internationally acknowledged expert in the management of
bladder dysfunction after neurological diseases.
He undertakes all surgical procedures in functional urology with particular
interest in the use of Botulinum toxin and sacral neuromodulation for
bladder dysfunction and slings and sphincters for urinary incontinence.