Mr Manandhar is a Urological Surgeon with over 20 years of experience in his field. He has researched bladder receptor in Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield. He has defended his PhD dissertation on “ Identification of Muscarinic receptors subtype in the Urothelium and its role in bladder contractility”. He has practiced abroad and in the UK. He has also acquired a Master degree in Health Management.
Currently working in a substantive Consultant post in University Hospital Birmingham- Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Prior to that, he has worked from 2010 to 2014 in Oxford University Hospital, Oxfordshire, UK. He has active teaching commitments to 3rd and 4th your medical student of Birmingham University delivering few lectures per year and overseeing their training during urological attachment which he co-ordinates. He is also a GMC accredited Clinical Supervisor to urology trainees. Mr Manandhar regularly attends National and International Meetings on Urology to be up to date on new innovations and controversies of his speciality.
He has been leading the Benign Urology sub-speciality in the University Hospitals Birmingham related to the minimal invasive treatment of prostate enlargement in Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He has successfully introduced the Minimally invasive technique of Urolift. He is looking forward to introducing Steam therapy (Rezum) for enlarged prostate in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in near future.
He has a very pragmatic way of treating patient taking into account their personal circumstances and needs. He sees more than 2000 patients per year in his current practice in QE Hospital with excellent feedback.
He is fluent in multiple languages – Nepali, Hindi, Urdu and Bulgarian. He has a working knowledge of other European languages. He is a member of a Local Tennis Club competing with other clubs in Birmingham as a member of the Men’s team.
General Urology focusing on Benign Prostatic diseases – medical and surgical treatment. Minimal invasive treatment of prostate enlargement – Urolift. Prostatitis- inflammation of the prostate, Pelvic Pain Syndrome, Testicular Pain Syndrome, Bladder Pain and Pelvic Pain Syndrome in women. Male and female Urinary leakage and frequency urgency symptoms, Botox injection to the bladder, Recurrent Urinary Infections, Erectile Dysfunction, Condition of the water pipe (urethra), urethral stricture. Surgery of Penile curvature, Hydrocele, Epididymal cyst of testes. Scrotal lumps and testicular conditions.
- British Association of Urological Surgeons
- Society International D’Urologie
- European Association of Urology