Mr Arie Parnham
Consultant Urologist & Andrologist
Mr Parnham is a urologist and a national expert in surgery for penile cancer and men’s health issues (including erectile dysfunction, penile implants, penile reconstruction, Peyronie’s disease, Male infertility and sexual dysfunction). He is one of only three surgeons in the North West and North Wales that manages penile cancer in the NHS (all of which are based at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust). He also provides supraregional regional support for men dealing with the consequences of their cancer treatments including the insertion of penile implants for erectile dysfunction.
I am a consultant urological surgeon and andrologist (deals with male health, particularly relating to the problems with the penis and testes).
My NHS practice is predominantly based at the world-renowned Christie NHS Foundation Trust, where I provide a high volume men’s health service. I also work at a number of other hospitals around the North West region.
I graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2005 and completed my surgical training in the West Midlands, Oxford and finally the North West. I went on to complete a full fellowship at Europe’s largest dedicated andrology unit and have also completed observerships at Weil Cornell (New York) in male infertility, and Leuven University Hospital (Belgium). I am one of only a few surgeons in the UK that has undergone accredited training in Miami, USA in the infrapubic approach for penile prothesis.
I am keenly involved in research, with active lab-based, translational and clinical projects across my field of expertise. I regularly publish and present internationally on subjects including penile cancer, erectile dysfunction, Peyronie’s disease, male infertility and other disorders of male sexual health.
I live in Manchester with my wife and two children. I am a keen cook, cyclist and walker.