Mr R.C. from Gerrards Cross (28/04/2017)
I would also like to thank you for the HOLEP Surgery you performed on my extremely large prostate. I have to say it has been a life changing experience as one does not really notice the gradual effect that an enlarged prostate has on one until things go wrong and the consequences that followed. I can now look forward to a completely changed life without a catheter thanks to you.
Mr. J.S. from Bracknell (19/09/2016)
"Words cannot thank Mr Kalsi enough; he is one of the most approachable, considerate and knowledgeable medical professionals we have ever met in our life. From start to finish Mr Kalsi was professional, caring and always explained everything in thorough detail at every appointment."
Mr. B.W. from Binfield (26/06/2016)
"I recently underwent the removal of a large epididymal cyst. I wish to compliment and thank Mr Kalsi for the professional care and attention I received throughout from the initial consultation to surgery and discharge. The surgery was a complete success and I can honestly say that I experienced no pain or discomfort at any time. Thanks for a great job."
Mrs. J.W.D (22/04/2016)
"My experience under the care of Mr. Kalsi was exceptional from start to finish. Mr Kalsi was kind, considerate, caring and professional. He explained my prognosis and what treatment I required simply and in a way in which me and my family fully understood. I will be forever grateful for the care I received from him."
Mr. J.W. from Farnham Common (01/08/2016)
"I visited Mr Kalsi recently for a procedure on my urethra . He immediately put me at ease when I walked into his office – a genuinely very nice man – and very easy to talk to. We discussed in depth what the situation was and the procedure required to put things right. I was visited on the day of surgery pre op – and again Mr Kalsi made a great job of taking the worry out of the situation. Post-surgery all went well – and my problem is fixed. I would highly recommend Mr Kalsi for his Polite and Professional manner – and of course his surgical skills."
Mr Jas Kalsi is one of the leading experts of Urology care in Windsor and Berkshire and an expert urologist. He is a fully accredited Consultant Urological surgeon and Andrologist, has specialist registration with the General Medical Council (GMC) and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in Urological Surgery (FRCS (Urol)). He is a full member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) and the European Association of Urology (EAU). His commitment to each and every one of his patients as well as many years of experience and always highly professional approach to Urology care, makes him one of the leading private urologists in Berkshire and Windsor.
Mr Kalsi currently works at Imperial College Healthcare in London and Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as a Consultant Urological surgeon and has a sub-specialist interest in Male sexual and genital conditions (andrology), Microsurgery (vas reversal, varicocele and sperm retrieval) and laser surgery for stones and prostates (Holmium laser enucleation of the prostate – HoLEP)
Urology is the study of the genito-urinary system. This includes the kidneys, the ureters, the bladder, the prostate and the urethra. It also includes the male reproductive organs including the testis, the epididymis and the vas deferens. One the first signs of a problem in the genito-urinary system is blood in the urine. This can be either visible or non-visible ie only seen on dipstick testing or under a microscope. This can often be the first presentation of kidney or bladder cancer. If this is picked up early then the success rate and survival is much higher. This has recently been part of a major NHS campaign ‘blood in the pee’ and has been supported by the Premier league.
Mr Jas Kalsi is an expert private urologist in Windsor and Berkshire who uses the latest technology to diagnose and treat patients with blood in the urine.
With years of experience within the private Urology sector and working for some of the most renowned hospitals in the UK, Dr. Jas Kalsi is one of the leading urology experts working in and covering the areas of Berkshire, Windsor and Slough. Dr. Kalsi specialises in a variety of treatments from HoLEP to circumcision and other urological treatments. You can find all of the private urology treatments by clicking on the 'Treatments' tab.
Privately, Mr Jas Kalsi consults in all aspects of urological disease such as blood in the urine (Haematuria), difficulty passing urine (Lower urinary tract symptoms – LUTS) and raised PSA levels. He also sees both national and international patients with specialist andrological problems (Peyronie’s disease, male infertility, erectile dysfunction, hypogonadism, premature ejaculation and penile reconstruction).
With his state of the art urology clinics based in London as well as Berkshire, Jas Kalsi is able to offer the highest standards of private urology care and treatments to his patients, providing personal advice, guidance and care in many areas of urology. His clinics are equipped with the latest technology, ensuring that the service you receive is nothing but exceptional from the very moment you walk in, throughout your treatment and then provided with any additional help and support you might require afterwards. You can contact Jas Kalsi directly using the form below, the Contact Us page or if you're a GP and would like to refer your patients to Jas and his urology team - the referral form available on this page. Additionally, You can also see some of the feedback Jas's patients leave on the Testimonial page and his involvement in education within the urology field.
Thanks to many years of experience in the urology field, Jas Kalsi is able to take on complex cases. GPs as well as other referrers can rest assured that their patients will be in capable hands of one of the leading urology specialists in the UK. Please fill out the form below for a fast and easy referral.
Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate
One stop male infertility service now available at Windsor Spire. Male infertility can be caused by a number of reasons such as low sperm production, abnormal sperm function or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Specialist assessment in a one stop clinic is available.
Peyronie's disease is a connective tissue disorder involving the growth of fibrous plaques in the soft tissue of the penis affecting 5% of men. Specifically, scar tissue forms in the tunica albuginea, the thick sheath of tissue surrounding the corpora cavernosa which may in turn cause pain, abnormal curvature, erectile dysfunction, indentation, loss of girth and shortening. A variety of treatment options are available including pioneering injection therapy.
Vasectomy reversal is a term used for micro-surgical procedures that reconnect the male reproductive tract after interruption by a vasectomy. More than 5% of men later go on to have a vasectomy reversal with the number of men inquiring increasing with higher rates of divorce and marriage breakdown. Advances in microsurgery have significantly improved the success of vasectomy reversal procedures
Erectile dysfunction (ED) or impotence is characterized by the inability to develop or maintain an erection of the penis during sexual activity. It may be the first sign of an underlying organic problem such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, neurological disease, hormonal insufficiency(hypogonadism) or Peyronie’s disease. ED is very common affecting approximately 40% of men at least occasionally. Expert diagnosis and treatment is now available.
A varicocele is an abnormal enlargement of the pampiniform plexus of veins in the scrotum. This plexus drains the testicles. The enlargement may ‘feel like a bag of worms’. It is usually caused by defective valves but can sometimes be a result compression of the main vein by a nearby structure or mass. It is associated with pain and reduced count and motility of sperm. If required, the varicocele can be safely and effectively removed by a state of art micro-surgical procedure.
Kidney stones are solid aggregations of crystals formed in the kidneys from dietary minerals in the urine. Stones greater than 3mm can cause obstruction and severe pain. Rapid diagnosis and treatment is available including the use of Holmium laser technology and fibre optic digital flexible ureteroscopy.
Urethral strictures are common in young men after infections and also in older men who have had instrumentation of the urinary tract. They can commonly present with urinary symptoms but can also present with blood in the urine (Haematuria), urinary tract infections (UTIs) and with minimal symptoms until severe.
Circumcision is a safe and effective treatment used to remove the foreskin for medical reasons. This procedure has multiple social and medical benefits and can be performed either under general or local anaesthetic. This is usually done as a day case procedure.
One of the most common diseases of the urinary system. There are now very effective and safe means of treatment.
Once the stone has been fully cleared it is important to investigate any causes and institute changes to reduce the chances of recurrence.View PDF