Mr Angus Thomson is a leading consultant gynaecologist based in Worcestershire. He specialises in the treatment of endometriosis, pelvic pain and prolapse. He is additionally renowned for his expertise in menstrual problems, fibroids and female urinary incontinence, as well as his skill as a laparascopic (minimally invasive) surgeon.
After completing his initial medical training in the UK, Mr Thomson completed a two-year fellowship in laparoscopic, hysteroscopic and urogynaecological surgery in Sydney, Australia. He has been based at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust since 2005, where he has held various senior positions, as well as his role as consultant gynaecologist, including gynaecology lead and clinical director. He currently serves as divisional medical director for women’s and children’s services. Mr Thomson's current practice at the Worcester gynaecology department is a nationally accredited BSUG (British Society of Urogynaecology) urogynaecology unit, and is a BSGE (British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy) endometriosis centre.
In addition to his busy clinical practice, Mr Thomson is widely published and presents nationally on areas of his expertise. He also serves on the National Council of the BSGE (British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy) and additionally coordinates the educational and scientific meetings of the BSUG (British Society of Urogynaecology). Across his esteemed career, Mr Thomson's excellence has been recognised with a number of awards for his research and his practice. He additionally offers specialist training for GPs on many topics such as innovations in gynaecology and menopause management amongst others.