Neuro-urology, reconstructive urology
Mr Hamid specialises in conservative and surgical management of bladder dysfunction in both male and females.
Bladder dysfunction after neurological diseases including spinal cord injury, spinal surgery, multiple sclerosis, parkinson’s disease and transverse myelitis
Urinary incontinence (males and females)
Urinary tract infections and bladder pain syndrome
Rizwan Hamid has a wide range of experience in urological surgery, including extensive training in neuro-urology as well as reconstructive and female urology. He is particularly interested in the care of neurological patients with urological problems, focusing on neuropathic bladder dysfunction.
Mr Hamid is Director of the School of Neuro-urology for International Continence Society
Member of International Boards of:
Society of Female & Functional Urology of European Association of Urology
Section of Female & Functional Urology of British Association of Urological Surgeons
Standardization Steering Committee of International Continence Society
Neuro-Urology Promotion Committee of International Continence Society
Having studied as a surgeon in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Rizwan moved to the UK in 1999. His postgraduate research was based at the Spinal Injuries Unit, Stanmore, during which time he gained invaluable experience in the management of complex urological problems in neuropathic patients.
Rizwan has academic and teaching links with the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and University College London Hospitals, and currently teaches on the MSc and Diploma courses. He has published a number of peer-reviewed publications on neuropathic bladder dysfunction, incontinence and reconstructive surgery.
Chair of International Consultation on Urogenital Diseases on SCI section on Anatomy and pathophysiology
Co-Chair of Terminology Panel for Neurourology Working Group for ICS
Co-Chair for Terminology of Male LUT Surgery for ICS
International Consultation on Incontinence (ICI) section on Neurourology
Working group of Male LUTS for ICS
Patient information leaflets drafting group of BAUS
About 95 peer reviewed publications
Many invited reviews on neuro-urology
15 Book Chapters