Having qualified in 1990, he subsequently completed a Masters in General Surgery. Following his lab-based research in stone disease in Manchester, he attained his extensive urology training in the Mersey region.
Mr Krishnan underwent specialist paediatric urology training in Alderhey Children’s Hospital. He established the urinary incontinence service and paediatric urology service.
He had special training in urinary reconstruction from Mansoura, Egypt and Berne, Switzerland and Urogynaecology experience from Dallas, Texas.
He is able to provide assistance with patients with varicocoeles, peyronie’s penile bend, female urology patients with urinary incontinence, PSA check ups, and other novel treatment for lower urinary tract such as Uro-Lift.
Mr Krishnan believes in "people come first" and "try this methodology"; chaired the urinary incontinence module for the primary and secondary care; and has had obtained a NHS bursary to complete the Pg Cert in Human Factors and Ergonomics Loughborough University.
Year of first medical qualification
Special clinical interests
Mr Krishnan is a general urologist with special interest in vasectomies, vasectomy reversals, well man check-ups, low testosterone and its effects, Andrology and erectile dysfunction, uro-gynaecology, urinary incontinence (both male and female) and urinary reconstruction.
Other clinical interests include: paediatric bed-wetting, laser prostatectomies, chronic bladder pain problems, iatrogenic urinary tract injuries and male lower urinary tract symptoms