I am an experienced renal laparoscopic and laser prostate surgeon. I have a high-volume practice in laparoscopic donor nephrectomy, radical nephrectomy and HoLEP and I have led a number of courses on laser and laparoscopic surgery. I have a PhD on renal cancer genetics and am currently the Royal College of Surgeons surgical tutor for the Freeman Hospital. I am the Urology Surgical Sub-specialty lead for NIHR Clinical Research Network: North East and North Cumbria, and an investigator on a number of clinical trials. My private practice is at The Newcastle Nuffield.
Mr Page specialises in the minimally invasive treatments for urological conditions. He uses a number of different lasers for urological surgery including Holmium laser for holmium laser enucleation of prostate (HOLEP) and stone fragmentation, photoselective laser for prostate enlargement and thulium laser.
He has trained in prostatic urethral lift procedure for bladder obstruction and percutanous tibial nerve stimulation for over active bladder. He performs laparoscopic nephrectomy (kidney removal) for benign and cancerous conditions as well as laparoscopic donor nephrectomy. He is a high volume laparoscopic surgeon and a committee member for the national renal surgery enhanced recovery program. He performs targeted prostate biopsy for suspicious areas of the prostate for suspected prostate cancer as well as offering a general urology service. Mr Page is the Royal College of Surgeons of England Surgical tutor for the Freeman Hospital, and honorary clinical lecturer at Newcastle University. He is also the clinical governance lead and chair for the Urology and renal directorate at the Freeman Hospital. He is a co applicant and primary investigator on a nationally funded laser trial for benign prostate enlargement.