Mr Ghei is a Consultant Urological Surgeon with a specialist interest in minimally-invasive urology, complex endourology and stones. Mr Ghei also holds an NHS post as Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Whittington Hospital and is the Lead Cancer Clinician for the Department of Urology and Chair of the Multidisciplinary meeting.
Maneesh completed his medical education and degree (MBBS) at the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences in India and served his residency there in general surgery gaining a vast surgical exposure. His medical training was completed in the UK and at the University of London, he attained his MD (Doctor of Medicine). It was here that he led a globally recognised research trial that focused on the treatment of botulinum toxin in refractory overactive bladders.
Mr Ghei completed his urological training in South Wales where he achieved a fellowship in the Treatment of Urological Stone Disease and Laparoscopy and Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Urol).
Maneesh maintains a keen interest and focus on research; he led a globally recognised research trial that focused on the treatment of botulinum toxin in refractory overactive bladders and currently trains a phd student in targeted therapies in prostate cancer in focal therapies and cryotherapy in prostate cancer.
Maneesh is a big supporter of prostate cancer and the Movember campaign.
Dr Belavadi obtained his Medical degree in India before moving to the UK and completing his anaesthetic training in Yorkshire and London Deaneries. He has been a consultant since 2008. Whilst maintaining an expertise in anaesthesia for most types of surgery, his main clinical focus is towards anaesthesia for urology, ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia for both general and orthopaedic surgery. He has a PG Certificate in Healthcare Leadership from NHS Leadership Academy and has held leadership & management positions at North Middlesex University Hospital, London.
Dr Belavadi is registered with most medical insurance providers to provide private anaesthetic services to their clients.
Dr Aditi Ghei started her medical career in India in 1990 where she trained as an anaesthetist. She started her higher training in the UK first in the Imperial School in London and completed her Specialist Training from University Hospital of Wales. She treats patients with a range of chronic painful conditions and is a keen advocate of a multidisciplinary approach to pain management. She believes in the holistic approach to management, integrating techniques like medication management, physiotherapy acupuncture and interventions for patient care.
She is proficient in a broad range of pain intervention techniques including
Currently, she is working as a consultant in West Herts NHS trust and is actively involved in teaching and training of junior doctors in pain management. She has an interest in research and has presented nationally and internationally in Pain conferences.
Katie Shaw has worked for Mr Ghei for the past five years manageing his diary, theatre schedules and liaising with patients and hospitals. Ultimately Katie delivers the smooth running of Urocare London to ensure a seamless experience for patients.