Mr Kasra Saeb-Parsy is a leading consultant urological surgeon based in Cambridge, whose areas of expertise lie in men’s health, including prostate cancer, laser prostate surgery, benign prostate enlargement, HoLEP and the new water vapour treatment of prostate Rezum. He also has subspecialist interest in treatment of kidney stone disease. He is the stone subspeciality lead for Cambridge University Hopsital.
He is the first urologist to Perform Rezum in Cambridgeshire.
Mr Saeb-Parsy graduated from the University of London in 1999 and continued his surgical training at Hammersmith Hospital. He spent the next 10 years conducting clinical research and undertaking his higher surgical training in urology at Cambridge University Hospital. He was previously a consultant at the Royal Free Hospital London, where he introduced HoLEP surgery and was the Clinical Lead for prostate cancer diagnosis. In 2016 Mr Saeb-Parsy moved back to Cambridge.
Mr Saeb-Parsy sees patients with all aspects of general urology, including chronic prostatitis and chronic pelvic pain. He has a keen interest in research and education and organises courses on laser management of stone disease and MRI of the prostate. He presents his research nationally and internationally and has been faculty on many international conferences.