Mr Vibhash Mishra, Urological Surgeon

Mr Vibhash Mishra

Urological Surgeon

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Mr Vibhash Mishra MS, FRCSED, FRCS UROL, FEBU

Urological Surgeon

MS, FRCSED, FRCS UROL, FEBU

Mr Vibhash Mishra

Urological Surgeon MS, FRCSED, FRCS UROL, FEBU

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MS, FRCSED, FRCS UROL, FEBU
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Areas of expertise

  • Neuro-urology
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Bladder investigations (cystoscopy)
  • Bladder lesion removal
  • Neurogenic bladder dysfunction
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Recommendations for Mr Mishra

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Martin Harris, GP

    Mr Vibhash Mishra makes himself available to colleague doctors, patients and their families. Inspires confidence.

  • byDr Vaishali Garg, GP

    Mr Vibhash Mishra is conscientious, well informed, and has excellent interpersonal skills.

  • byDr Lesley Ann Perkins, GP

    Extremely knowledgable

  • byDr Anjali Bajekal, GP

    Recommended urologist

  • byDr Savraj Bhangra, GP

    Good clinical care

  • byDr Dean Noimark, Geriatrician

    Extremely knowledgable, comprehensive assessment, excellent communication skills.

  • byMr Parijat Bhattacharjee, Consultant Gynaecologist

    Mr Vibhash Mishra is a recommended specialist.

  • byProf. Roby Rakhit, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist

    Excellent general urological opinion

  • byMr Dan Wood, Urological Surgeon

    Recommended urologist

  • by Mr Mark Feneley, Consultant Urologist

    A careful and thorough urologist, whom I recommend.

  • byDr Martin Harris, GP

    Mr Vibhash Mishra makes himself available to colleague doctors, patients and their families. Inspires confidence.

  • byDr Vaishali Garg, GP

    Mr Vibhash Mishra is conscientious, well informed, and has excellent interpersonal skills.

  • byDr Lesley Ann Perkins, GP

    Extremely knowledgable

  • byDr Anjali Bajekal, GP

    Recommended urologist

  • byDr Savraj Bhangra, GP

    Good clinical care

  • byDr Dean Noimark, Geriatrician

    Extremely knowledgable, comprehensive assessment, excellent communication skills.

  • byMr Parijat Bhattacharjee, Consultant Gynaecologist

    Mr Vibhash Mishra is a recommended specialist.

  • byProf. Roby Rakhit, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist

    Excellent general urological opinion

  • byMr Dan Wood, Urological Surgeon

    Recommended urologist

  • by Mr Mark Feneley, Consultant Urologist

    A careful and thorough urologist, whom I recommend.

  • Address

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Available for patients, please call to arrange, NW3 2QG

    • Royal Free Hospital

      Pond Street, London, NW3 2QG

    • Spire Bushey Hospital

      Heathbourne Road Bushey, Bushey, WD23 1RD

    • BMI Hendon Hospital

      46-50 Sunny Gardens Road, London, NW4 1RP

    • BMI Kings Oak Hospital

      Chase Farm North Side, The Ridgeway, Enfield, London, EN2 8SD

    • Spire Bushey Diagnostic Centre

      290 Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue, Elstree, WD6 3SU

    • The Wellington Hospital

      Wellington Place, London, NW8 9LE

  • Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust

    Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London, NW3 2QG

  • About Mr Vibhash Mishra

    GMC number: 4657822

    Year qualified: 1989

    Place of primary qualification: Patna Medical College

    Mr Vibhash Mishra is a consultant urological surgeon and Clinical Lead for Lower Urinary Tract Services at Royal Free Hospital, London. His main interests are urinary incontinence and bladder dysfunction, but he also looks after patients with haematuria, bladder tumour, peno-scrotal problems, prostate disorders, urethral stricture, lower urinary tract symptoms and recurrent UTI.

    He is closely involved in education and research. He serves the UCL Medical School as the Lead for undergraduate urology teaching. He has published papers in peer-reviewed journals, written book chapters and been a principal investigator for multi-centre research projects.

    He qualified and obtained his Masters in General Surgery in India prior to completing a six-year rotation in urology in London including the last two years as a fellow in Female and Reconstructive Urology at the prestigious Institute of Urology at UCLH, London. He is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, European Association of Urology and International Continence Society.

    He believes the practice of medicine has to be a blend of art and science based on a scientific foundation and humane face. Professionalism must not be allowed to overtake the personal touch and care must be provided with gentleness, sensitivity and respect. He considers his compassion, effective listening skills and affability as his assets. He is calm and unhurried and explains the pros and cons of any recommended treatment at length in a comprehensible language. Consequently, his patients find it easy to strike an instant rapport with him and leave the consultation knowing exactly how to contact him directly in case of any problems.

    He lives in Watford with his obstetrician wife and two daughters and enjoys music, cinema and sports.

    Areas of expertise

    • Benign prostatic disease
    • Benign prostatic enlargement
    • Bladder cancer
    • Bladder dysfunction
    • Bladder investigations (cystoscopy)
    • Bladder lesion removal
    • Bladder tumour
    • Blood in semen
    • BPH
    • Chronic pelvic pain
    • Circumcision
    • Endo-urology
    • Enlarged prostate
    • Female functional urology
    • Foreskin problems
    • Frenuloplasty
    • Functional continence
    • Functional urology
    • General urology
    • Genital surgery
    • Haematuria
    • Haematuria assessment
    • Hydrocoeles
    • Incontinence
    • Inguinal scrotal disorders
    • Interstitial cystitis
    • Lower urinary tract symptoms
    • Lower urinary tract disorders
    • Male and female incontinence
    • Neurogenic bladder dysfunction
    • Neuro-urology
    • Orchidectomy
    • Overactive bladder
    • Penis and testicular cancers
    • Phimosis condition
    • Peno-scrotal surgery
    • Prostate disorders
    • Prostate Enlargement
    • Prostate surgery
    • Prostatitis
    • Post prostatectomy erectile dysfunction
    • Post prostatectomy incontinence
    • Reconstructive urology
    • Recurrent UTI
    • Stress urinary incontinence
    • Testicular cancer
    • Testosterone replacement therapy
    • Urethroplasty
    • Uro-gynaecology
    • Urethral stricture
    • Urinary fistulas
    • Urinary incontinence
    • Urinary incontinence in women
    • Urinary infections
    • Urological cancer screening
    • Urinary tract infections (UTI)
    • Urinary tract stones
    • Urodynamics

    Professional memberships

    British Association of Urological Surgeons
    European Association of Urology
    International Continence Society copy
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Mr Vibhash Mishra

    Chronic Prostatitis: Current Concepts

    Role of Repeated Prostatic Massage in Chronic Prostatitis: A Systematic Review of the Literature

    A Unique Extra-Anatomic Urinary Diversion!

    Role of Alpha-Blockers in Type III Prostatitis: A Systematic Review of the Literature

    Role of i.v. Urography in Patients With Haematuria

    Voiding Dysfunction After Tension-Free Vaginal Tape: A Conservative Approach Is Often Successful

    A Single-Center Experience of Symptomatic Male Urethral Diverticula

    Does Intraprostatic Inflammation Have a Role in the Pathogenesis and Progression of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia?

    Sacral Neurostimulation for Urinary Retention: 10-year Experience From One UK Centre

    Enhanced hepatitis B virus (HBV) pre-genomic RNA levels and higher transcription efficiency of defective HBV genomes

    Does Intraprostatic Inflammation Have a Role in the Pathogenesis and Progression of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia?

    Repeating the Measurement of Prostate-Specific Antigen in Symptomatic Men Can Avoid Unnecessary Prostatic Biopsy

    10 recommendations for managing urinary incontinence during COVID-19

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