A team approach to precise and personalised treatment

A team approach to precise and personalised treatment

Mr Raj Nigam, consultant urologist at The Focal Therapy Clinic

RAJ NIGAM

Raj is a consultant urological surgeon based at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford. He was appointed in 2000, and has a range of experience in general urology, andrology and urological oncology practice in NHS hospitals.

He underwent his basic surgical training at University College and Middlesex Hospitals, and completed his MD thesis on the basic sciences of cancer metastasis at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School. He became a Urological Registrar at St Marys Hospital in London, before becoming a Senior Urological Registrant at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals.

Raj has held several management positions, including formerly serving as Clinical Director of Urology at Royal Surrey County Hospital. He is widely published in urological and oncological fields, and currently focuses on advanced prostate cancer diagnostics and focal therapies.

A PATIENT OF MR RAJ NIGAM:

Listen to one of Mr Raj Nigam’s patients, Steve Wright, discuss his experience with The Focal Therapy Clinic and the HIFU Focal Therapy procedure. 

Steve was reluctantly preparing for Radical Prostatectomy when his wife came across HIFU Focal Therapy. It seemed too good to be true, but Steve has had a successful HIFU treatment.

Focal therapy patient and his wife and dog hugging outisde their house

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