Our Team

Our team stands for high surgical skills, clinical judgment and passion for high quality clinical care which is evidence based and we are joined by a consultant Urologist, Colorectal Surgeon and specialist nurses.

Mr Christopher Mann

Mr Mann qualified from the University of Leicester Medical School in 1988 and underwent postgraduate training in the West Midlands. He received further extensive one-to-one training in the surgical treatment of endometriosis from some of the world's leading laparoscopic surgeons, including David Redwine in the USA, Daniel D’argent and Dennis Querleu in France and Marc Possover in Germany. Mr Mann introduced the technique of advanced laparoscopic excision of endometriosis to the Midlands in 1999. Mr Mann is a Royal College of Obstetrician and Gynaecologists Accredited Gynaecological Oncologist and Preceptor in Minimal Access Surgery.

Mr Mann is one of the UK's most experienced laparoscopic gynaecological surgeons. He specialises in the use of minimal access techniques for the treatment of female cancers, advanced endometriosis and pelvic pain, and benign gynaecological conditions. Expertise in laparoscopic surgery only comes with time spent in the operating theatre. Over the past ten years, Mr Mann has successfully treated more than 1000 patients suffering from suffering from endometriosis. This vast experience is invaluable to patients. He has published in peer reviewed journals on the subject as well as lectured nationally and internationally on endometriosis, oncology and laparoscopic surgery.

Miss Kavita Singh
Consultant Gynaecologist and Gynae-oncologist

Miss Kavita Singh is an experienced pelvic surgeon who performs all types of complex pelvic surgery. Her expertise extends to both open and advanced laparoscopic surgery. She has an interest in gynaecological cancer surgery, particularly advanced ovarian cancer and cervical cancer surgery, and she strongly believes that surgery for advanced endometriosis is complex and requires surgical expertise similar to that required for ovarian cancer. She therefore advocates advanced endometriosis surgery to be performed by a Gynaecology Cancer surgeon with the aim of reducing the risks and complications, whilst optimising outcomes.

Miss Kavita Singh has obtained her general gynaecology training in India and England. She qualified in 1987 and moved to UK in 1994 after having worked as a Consultant in New Delhi, India. She obtained her general Gynaecology and advanced training at The Royal Free Hospital, London (1996-2002). As her interest has been complex pelvic surgery, she moved to Birmingham in 2003 to pursue her career in Gynaecological cancer and complex pelvic surgery as is required for advanced endometriosis. Her strengths are providing a high quality of clinical care and pursuing details. She is a Consultant at the BMI Priory and Edgbaston Hospitals.

Mr Simon Radley

Mr Radley graduated from the University of Birmingham in 1985 with Honours in Surgery. Having completed his house officer posts in Birmingham, he became a lecturer in anatomy at the University of Birmingham. Following Senior House Officer training he undertook a period of research into colorectal cancer and submitted a thesis for which he was awarded an MD by the University of Birmingham. He undertook registrar surgical training in general and colorectal surgery in the West Midlands. He completed specialist training in colorectal surgery at St Mark’s Hospital in London. During this time he also undertook an overseas travelling fellowship, having been awarded grants from the International College of Surgeons and Royal College of Surgeons of England, to the USA to study treatments for rectal cancer. On completion of his training he took up a post as Senior Lecturer in Colorectal Surgery at Birmingham University and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, becoming an NHS Consultant Colorectal Surgeon in April 2002.

He has published widely on colorectal disease and, in particular, functional bowel disorders. He has been the Clinical Service Lead for Gastro-intestinal Surgery at University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. He has had a key role in introducing laparoscopic colorectal surgery and enhanced surgical recovery protocols to University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and to the Priory Hospital. He is currently the West Midlands Chapter Representative and is a Council Member of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain & Ireland. Over the last seven years he has developed an interest and expertise in the management of advanced endometriosis.

Dr Liam Blaney

Dr Blaney undertook his undergraduate training in at University College Dublin and completed his post graduate training in the West Midlands. Dr Blaney also undertook a one year Pain Management Fellowship at the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth Australia before taking up his current post of Pain Management Consultant at the University Hospital Birmingham in 2001. He has a wealth of experience in dealing with the management of chronic pain and has a particular interest in the management of pelvic pain, particularly when associated with endometriosis.

Mr Alan Doherty

Mr Doherty completed his undergraduate training at The Middlesex Hospital before undergoing his surgical training at the Royal Marsden and Charing Cross Hospitals in London. He also studied at The Institute of Urology before taking up his position in 2001 as a Consultant Urologist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, the largest urological cancer centre in the West Midlands. He has published extensively on prostate cancer including articles in The Lancet. Alan has a specialist interest in Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy and has performed over 300 such cases. He also has a particular interest and expertise in the application of minimal access surgery for the treatment of endometriosis involving the urological (bladder, kidneys and ureters) system.

Patient Testimonials

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