Nicholas Raison

Mr Nicholas Raison

Consultant Urological Surgeon & Associate Professor

Mr Raison is a consultant urological surgeon at The London Clinic and NHS King’s College Hospital and associate professor (clinical senior lecturer) at King’s College London. Mr Raison specialises in the treatment of benign bladder dysfunction and neuro-urological disease in addition to his general urological practice.

Mr Raison qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine then completed his surgical and specialist urological training in the prestigious London deanery. This was followed by a subspecialist fellowship at Guy’s Hospital, London.

In addition to his clinical training, Mr Raison a completed PhD at King’s College London; his final thesis was nominated for the outstanding thesis prize. Mr Raison has also completed postgraduate training in education leading to the fellowship of the higher education academy (FHEA). Mr Raison remains a highly active clinical researcher publishing widely in addition to regularly being invited to speak at national and international scientific meetings.

Mr Raison is an expert in the treatment of benign bladder dysfunction including prostate disease and incontinence. He also has a specialist interest in the treatment of recurrent urinary tract infection and bladder pain. Additionally, Mr Raison is highly experienced in the management of general urological conditions including the diagnosis and management of prostate and bladder cancer and the treatment kidney stone disease. Mr Raison offers a wide variety of minimally surgical options to tailor the treatment to his patients’ requirements.