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.
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
- Baby circumcisions
The following professional memberships are held by Mr Rosenbaum:
- British Association of Urological Surgeons.
- British Medical Association:
- Chairman of North West London Division.
- Member of London Regional Council.
- Royal Society of Medicine:
- Member of Council of Section of Urology.
Mr Rosenbaum consults preferably in English but can do so also in Spanish, French, Italian and German.