London Urology Associates (LUA)

London Urology Associates (LUA)

18 Devonshire Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 7AF, GB

Mr Christopher Ogden - BBC Radio 5 - Live Health Magazine Programme

Barefoot Surgery - Horizon: Defeating Cancer

BBC interview - Mr Christopher Ogden - Radical robotic prostatectomy

Robotic prostate surgery

Mr Dan Wood - Introduction

How can lower abdominal surgery in childhood damage the urinary system?

What is an over active bladder?

Anti depressants can cause bladder damage Ð is this true?

If I have a urinary reconstruction, will I be incontinent?

Is an undescended testis dangerous?

Causes of incontinence

What are the symptoms of a bladder infection?

Managing male fertility

Role of oxidative stress in male infertility

Mr Ken Anson - Introduction

Kidney stone, what should I do?

Do I have kidney stones because I don't drink enough water?

Do kidney stones only develop in older people?

Is an ultrasound scan a reliable way of detecting stones?

What happens when you pass a kidney stone?

Why is passing a kidney stone so painful?

Kidney stone gets stuck and can't be passed

Treatments available for kidney stones

Lifestyle changes that will reduce kidney stones

How many people are effected by kidney stones?

Treatments available to boost sperm count

What is vasectomy reversal?

What is a vasectomy?

What is a normal sperm count?

What affects male fertility?

Masturbation and its affect on sperm count

What is semen analysis?

Causes of abnormal sperm

Low sperm count - IVF treatment

What treatment is best available for sperm production?

How is sperm count measured?

Tests for male fertility

What is vasectomy reversal?

Prognosis for penile cancer

What is peyronies disease?

What is penile cancer?

What is ICSI?

What is azoospermia?

Low sperm motility

What are varicoceles?

Treatment options for epididymal cysts

Treatment options for azoospermia

Symptoms of testicular cancer

Surgical treatment options for tight or short frenulems

Surgical treatment options for peyronies disease

Causes of male infertility

What are hydroceles?

What are epidydmal cysts?

Does the male contraceptive pill work?

Varicolcele veins on penis

Bent penis

IVF treatment cost

Duration of vastomy procedure

Recovery time from a vasectomy

Surgical treatments for short or tight frenulems

Premature ejaculation

Can congenital bladder malformations be corrected surgically soon after birth?

Common conditions and symptoms seen by Mr Tet Yap

What is unique about LUA?

What happens in a consultation and what are the follow up tests

How would you describe yourself as a consultant?

Why did you become a urologist?

London Urology Associates

About us

London Urology Associates (LUA) is a team of nine consultant urologists based at 18 Devonshire Street in central London, with operative facilities at the Princess Grace Hospital.

As leading consultants, the team members are recognised experts in their various fields, all holding London teaching hospital appointments. Having practiced together for many years, they are now a close-knit team working in partnership for the good of their patients. They hold a shared commitment to providing the highest standard of integrated urological care using state-of-the-art methods.

Each consultant at LUA specialises in a different area of urology, allowing them to offer comprehensive treatment of a wide variety of problems – from kidney stones to prostate cancer. Their individual expertise gives them in-depth insight into their particular specialisms, and yet they can pool their knowledge when necessary to treat more complex conditions.

As well as clinical commitments, all of the members have active research programmes; between them they have published more than 500 research papers in scientific journals and they are often invited as guest speakers to international urology conferences.

LUA has a 24 hour on-call emergency service and conducts outpatient clinics on Monday to Friday. Their specialist nurses are also available all week.

London Urology Associates (LUA) specialists are recommended by :

A centre of excellence for a wide range of disorders

Prostate Cancer/ High PSA

Blood in urine

Kidney stones

Male infertility

Men’s health – testicular lumps, varicoceles, etc

Incontinence (both male and female)

Erectile dysfunction

Major penile and testicular conditions

Poor urine flow – frequency & voiding

Diseases of prostate/ bladder


Mr Suks Minhas


Lymphoedema, Erectile dysfunction, Peyronie's dise...

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Mr Dan Wood


Adolescent urology, Reconstructive surgery, Genera...

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Mr Christopher Ogden


Prostate cancer, Da Vinci nerve sparing robotic pr...

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Mr Ken Anson


Management of urinary stone disease and upper trac...

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Mr Tet Yap


Andrology, Men's health and testosterone, Male fer...

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Mr Jonathan Ramsay


Male infertility and surgical sperm retrieval, Fi...

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