Mr Jonathon Olsburgh is a consultant urologist who specialises in diagnosing and treating urinary symptoms, urinary tract infections, bladder and prostate diseases. He has a particular interest in patients who have diabetes or kidney disease.
Mr Olsburgh offers one-stop diagnosis for many urological diseases and also offers day case surgery for benign prostate disease including green light laser prostate surgery.
Mr Olsburgh also specialises in kidney transplant surgery and urology in kidney failure patients. He performs laparoscopic 'keyhole' assisted donor nephrectomy so that a relative or friend can donate a kidney for transplantation.
Mr Olsburgh performs many other keyhole kidney operations and was involved in the first robotic surgery on a kidney at the Wellington Hospital using the new da Vinci Si robot system. In 1993 he graduated from the University of Leeds medical school and in 2005 was awarded a PhD also from the University of Leeds. Postgraduate training was in Leeds and London with award of the Fellowship of the Royal College Surgeons (FRCS) in 1997 and the FRCS(Urol) Intercollegiate Fellowship in Urology in 2005.
As well as The Wellington Hospital, Mr Olsburgh is a consultant at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals where he specialises in kidney transplant surgery and urology in kidney failure patients.
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