Urological Surgeon at the Wye Valley NHS Trust, England, United Kingdom. At 34 years of age he became one of the youngest consultants in the UK.
He obtained his medical degree in 2006 in London. Further higher include a BSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary University of London and an MSc in Advanced Surgical Practice from Cardiff University. He is also a Member and Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Mr. Wasim Mahmalji has performed thousands of urological procedures and was the first surgeon to offer the UroLift procedure in the NHS in the West Midlands. He has also been involved in investment of state of the art equiptment. Appointed as stone and education lead at his hospital and West Midlands Urology Audit Lead, Mr. Wasim Mahmalji is heavily involved in audit, research, teaching and training to both under and post graduate students. He chairs the West Midlands, UK audit and research meetings.
He is also the Senior Academy Tutor for International Medical Education for Wye Valley NHS Trust. Multiple podium presentations at international conferences and winner of multiple urological awards and prizes. He has multiple publications and is an editor-in-chief for a journal.
Consultant urologist Mr Mahmalji has become the first surgeon in the
county to perform a procedure called Rezum.
Nuffield Health Hereford Hospital has announced a new treatment for prostate enlargement, also known as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Rezum uses water vapour to treat extra prostate tissue, which affects around 50 per cent of men over the age of 50, 70 per cent of those over 70, and up to 90 per cent of men over 80. Mr Mahmalji said: “Benign enlargement of the prostate is very common as men age, and it is often associated with a reduced urinary stream, frequent or urgent visits to the toilet and a feeling of incomplete emptying. “These symptoms occur as the results of enlargement of the prostate, which narrows the prostatic urethra – the pipe that allows urine to be expelled.” The treatment takes just five minutes. It applies radio frequency energy to a few drops of water to create vapour and injects a small amount of steam into the prostate. This leads to shrinkage of the prostate, which can relieve men of urinary symptoms.
- Wednesday PM
- Consultant Urologist Wye Valley NHS Trust
All aspects of Urology, men's health and sexual dysfunction, stone disease, prostate problems.
Education, research, publishing
- British Association of Urological Surgeons
- European Urological Association
- Medical Protection Society
- General Medical Council
Multiple involvements in national research including: tisu-therapeutic intervention in stone disease, Identify - national bladder study.
Mr Wasim Mahmalji does not hold a share or financial interest in this hospital, another Nuffield Health hospital or the company.
Mr Wasim Mahmalji does not have a share or financial interest in equipment used at this hospital or another Nuffield Health hospital.
Mr Wasim Mahmalji does not hold any paid advisory role(s) at this hospital or on behalf of Nuffield Health.