- Female, functional and reconstructive urology
- Complex urinary tract infections
After completing her fellowship in female, functional and restorative urology from University College London Hospitals, Mehwash Nadeem joined South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in August 2020.
Mehwash Nadeem specialises in conservative and surgical management of bladder dysfunction in both males and females. This includes: urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, chronic pelvic pain/ bladder pain syndrome, urinary tract infections and urinary tract fistula. She has particular interest in managing female urethral diverticulum, post prostatectomy incontinence and chronic urinary retention in females. She also offers sacral neuromodulation for overactive bladder and voiding dysfunction.
She has introduced a Complex UTI service in collaboration with functional urology specialist nurses sisters Jayne Morris-Laverick and Stephanie Bezemer, and microbiology consultants Dr Victoria McCune and Dr Igor Kubelka, with vision of expanding it to provide a regional level service. This clinic offers intravesical antibiotic and GAG replacement treatment for suitable patients.
She undertakes and supervises research in area of her clinical subspecialty interest. This includes male and female urinary incontinence and voiding dysfunction, bladder pain syndrome, urethral diverticulum, urinary tract fistulas and UTIs. She has presented in multiple national and international conferences, as well as published papers and book chapters on her area of interest.
She has a keen interest in education and training of medical students, trainees and the wider surgical teams.