Mr Reddy qualified from Imperial College London in 2008 and embarked on the South London and Kent/Surrey/Sussex Urology rotation for registrar training. This culminated in undertaking specialist training at the renowned Frimley Benign Prostate Clinical Research Centre. Mr Reddy is an expert in Men’s Health and Prostatic disease including Benign Prostatic Enlargement and bothersome urinary symptoms (e.g., poor flow, frequency and urgency), including prostatitis as well as Prostate cancer. Undertaking high volumes of prostate surgery (Holmium Laser Enucleation of Prostate – HOLEP, bipolar Transurethral Resection of Prostate – biTURP and transperineal prostate biopsies) has led Mr Reddy to mentor colleagues in other Trusts. As the joint lead for Prostate diagnostics at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), he understands the importance of a personalised approach, using the most up to date techniques to improve diagnostic and therapeutic accuracy and subsequent benefits to quality of life.
Mr Reddy has been awarded a PGCert in Healthcare Leadership and an MBA, both with distinctions and is the Leadership Tutor at the NNUH and part of the undergraduate Leadership team at UEA, providing the next generation of doctors the skills to make positive change.
Mr Reddy is married to Sophie, a Paediatric Nurse Practitioner and together they have three young sons. In his free time, he is slowly renovating their clay lump cottage whilst undertaking training for a private pilot’s licence.
Benign Prostate Enlargement, prostate cancer, Prostatitis and pelvic pain, men’s health, general urology
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust