Melissa Davies qualified at St Georges Hospital Medical School, London. She completed a five year training programme in urology and undertook a fellowship in urogyanecology and female urology in Leicester General Hospital. She was appointed to Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust in 2011 after completing her training in Guys & St Thomas’ Hospital, London.
Her interests include the management of female pelvic floor disorders, including prolapse and continence problems, and the urological management of patients who have neurological disability and spinal injuries.
The urology department at Salisbury NHS FT already provides a tertiary service for continence management, and her appointment complements existing sub-specialty interests. It will enable the urology department to provide an integrated and comprehensive female and neuro-urology service, including bladder reconstruction, prolapse management and failed previous continence surgery, including placement of artificial urinary sphincter in males and females.
Specialist Interests: Urogynaecoogy / Female Urology, neurourology, Urinary Tract Infections, Diagnostic Urology, General Urology.
Education: St Georges Hospital Medical School - Awarded MD from the University of London, Post Graduate Training - London, Fellowship Urogyanecology/Female Urology - Leicester.