About Tom Rosenbaum
Tom Rosenbaum underwent basic Medical Training in Buenos Aries, Argentina, followed by a second medical degree and surgical training in the UK. Research interests include voiding dysfunctions, urodynamics and alpha blockers for BPH. Developed a technique for 24 hrs recordings of Ambulatory Urodynamics. Invented and developed a device to facilitate self catheterisation in women.
Became a Consultant Urological Surgeon at Ealing Hospital in 1997 and developed a local high quality Urological Service including clinics in general urology, uro-oncology, prostate disease, urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction and the fast track haematuria service.
Also supported the expansion of the Endoscopy Unit into a fully video flexible unit and continues expanding the role of minimally invasive urological surgery.
Organiser of the annual Continence Promotion Study Day at Ealing Hospital. Member of the editorial board of a number of speciality journals.
Mr Rosenbaum has lectured on the following topics:
- Testicular Pain and Lump in Testes for GPs
- Urinary Incontinence in General Practice
- Stones for beginners
- Erectile Dysfunction for beginners
The following professional memberships are held by Mr Rosenbaum:
- British Association of Urological Surgeons.
- British Medical Association:
- Honourary Secretary of North West London Division.
- Member of London Regional Council.
- American Urological Association.
- International Continence Society:
- Member of Ethics Committee.
- Royal Society of Medicine:
- Member of Council of Section of Urology.
- RSM Urol section
- BMA NW London
- London Regional Council
Mr Rosenbaum consults preferably in English but can do so also in Spanish, French, Italian and German.