Birmingham born, bred and trained, Mr Viney qualified from University of Birmingham Medical school with the Kings Heath and Moseley Scholarship. He undertook his basic and higher surgical training in the region whilst gaining a Masters in health care management and a PhD in immune responses and gene therapy in prostate cancer.
He is a senior lecturer for the University of Birmingham, actively involved in ongoing research and trials work. His specialist areas of interest include testicular and prostate diseases as well as offering minimal access solutions to kidney problems. Mr Viney has a reputation for innovation in the management of complex urological trauma, winning national awards and international recognition for his work.
Mr Viney works alongside staff at The Fertility Centre at The Priory Hospital to help men who have no sperm in their ejaculate. He performs surgical sperm recoveries using both standard and microdisection techniques to isolate sperm which can be frozen and used for fertility treatment.