Vaibhav is passionate about promoting and improving Men’s Health. He is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Andrologist at the Manchester Andrology Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust. He joined the North West of England’s regional centre for male sexual and reproductive health (Andrology) in 2019. Vaibhav is the regional lead for the male factor infertility service. He is part of the highest volume penile prosthesis implanting team in the north of England. The unit is also the regional centre for Peyronies disease.
Vaibhav undertook his undergraduate degree in Southampton, and went on to complete his surgical training in Manchester and Birmingham. During his training he also gained, with merit, a masters degree in Leadership for Health Service improvement at the University of Birmingham. He went on to undertake an international fellowship in Western Australia (Perth) at one of the largest tertiary teaching hospitals in the country, where he was nominated for trainee of the year. On returning to the UK he completed a further one year specialist fellowship in Andrology at the internationally renowned University College London Hospitals Institute of Andrology. He has also completed specialist training in erectile dysfunction surgery in one of the USA’s highest volume penile surgery centres.
Vaibhav provides a high volume tertiary referral service for complex andrological conditions such as Erectile dysfunction (including penile prosthesis surgery), Peyronie’s disease, ejaculatory problems, and male infertility.
Vaibhav has published and presented his work internationally. He is also a member of the European Association of Urologists (EAU) Male Reproductive and Sexual Health guideline group and the International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM) young researchers and clinicians committee. He is the social media editor for the Journal of Clinical Urology, and the British Association of Urological Surgeons. He is passionate about training and education in Urology and is a member of the question writers panel for the Intercollegiate fellowship exam in Urology, as well as the British Association Of Urological Surgeons Educational Committee. More recently he has been appointed to the The Urology Foundation Scientific Committee too.
- Genital skin procedures (affecting the penis or scrotum)
- Re-do circumcision
- Peno-scrotal web correction
- Skin grafting procedure
- Penis unburying (with or without penile implant surgery)
- Skin cyct excision
- Scrotoplasty (including treatment of lymphodema)
- Male Infertility surgery
- PESA - Percutaneous Sperm Aspiration
- micro-TESE - Microsurgical testicular sperm extraction (including micro-onco-TESE)
- Microsurgical vasovasostomy/vasoepididymostomy
- Microsurgical varicocelectomy
- TransUrethral Resection of Ejaculatory Ducts (TURED)
- Erectile dysfunction surgery
- Malleable penile implant surgery
- Inflatable Penile implant surgery
- Peyronie's Disease surgery
- Collagenase injections
- Nesbits procedure (incision and plication)
- Lue procedure (incision and grafting)
- Insertion of penile prosthesis +/- modelling +/- grafting
- British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS)
- European Association of Urology (EAU)
- International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM)
- Royal College of Surgeons England (RCS)
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