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Patient update Covid-19

After weeks of lockdown and remote consultations for our patients, we are very pleased to once again to be able offer face to face consultations for our patients where appropriate. Needless to say we will continue to put patient safety first, use appropriate social distancing measures, and also provide telehealth (remote consultations).

For any specific questions on how the service is running please give us a call on 0333 772 0768 or drop us a line info@manchesterurology.org.uk  #StaySafe

 

"I would highly recommend Mr Modgil, he is obviously very experienced in his field of expertise which I found reassuring. He also has a manner which makes you feel at ease."
E. Edgar.

"‘Handled brilliantly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic - Mr Ben Grey was contactable throughout to answer any of my questions or concerns. He explained everything clearly in a way I could understand. I would highly recommend Mr Grey & his team and would see him again without hesitation."
CP - Altrincham, Cheshire.

‘Many thanks - the [MS Teams] session with Prof Grey was excellent.’
AP, Hale, Altrincham, Cheshire.

"I was very pleased with the outcome of my kidney and bladder stone treatment undertaken by Ben Grey in October 2017. Follow up kub x-rays in May 2018 and May 2019 both all clear. Many thanks."
RH, Bramhall, Cheshire,

It was by very good fortune that I was referred to Manchester Urology with a PSA, which was marginally raised from its cruising level. The clinical (Prof. Pearce), MR, bone scan and ultrasound-guided biopsy tasks (Mr Burke) were all performed very smoothly, to reveal a T3a cancer.
A radical robotic prostatectomy was performed by Mr Brough. The whole experience was unbelievably smooth and comfortable, thanks not only to the surgical expertise, but also a superb anaesthetic (Dr Yuill), from which I awoke without any ill-effects whatever. I was discharged the following morning, sporting a catheter and anti-clotting injectables, neither of which were a problem. The nursing care at Stepping Hill was exemplary.
Immediately after the catheter was removed after 10 days, I had good urinary flow and control, thanks to Mr Brough's experience and surgical expertise. There was a useful counselling group session a few days later, again at Stepping Hill.
As it happened, the post-op PSA crept up slightly after a few months. A timely referral for radiotherapy (Dr Logue) has reduced the PSA to undetectable levels. Within the Manchester Urology group there is a reassuring degree of subspecialisation, such that each task is performed by an appropriately experienced expert. Any queries along the way are answered promptly and effectively. From my experience, this model could not have been bettered.
NJK