Mr Liaqat Chowoo is a highly-experienced and awarded consultant urologist in Milton Keynes and Bedford. He specialises in male and female incontinence, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, haematuria (blood in the urine), benign prostate enlargement, and urinary tract infections (UTIs). Mr Chowoo has additional focuses such as urological reconstruction and urological procedures. Currently, he is practising at his two private clinics.
Before moving to the UK in 2000, Mr Chowoo received and completed much of his medical training. He received his basic medical qualification in 1987 from Kashmir University, and subsequently continued with speciality training in India. Once arriving to the London, he first spent a year at the Institute of Urology in London. He later worked as a Senior Clinical Fellow in associated hospitals for three years. Mr Chowoo received his fellowships in urology, followed by officially receiving his Certificate of Completed Training in 2005.
Mr Chowoo was designated a consultant urological surgeon in 2004. He also because the Deputy Programme Director of Urology in the Yorkshire Deanery, a position which he held from 2009 until 2012. Over 17 years, Mr Chowoo has a track record of audited clinical work, which he has presented nationally and internationally. Mr Chowoo also has national representation in renal research for the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR); to supplement his research, he has performed clinical trials. In addition, Mr Chowoo been awarded four Clinical Excellence Awards.