Dr Anthony Kiosoglous is a Consultant Urological and Reconstructive Surgeon, who performed his medical and surgical training in Brisbane. He returned to Brisbane in early 2015 from a two-year fellowship in London, United Kingdom, at the world renowned Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and University College Hospital.
Dr Kiosoglous’ clinical and research interests include urinary reconstruction and incontinence (urge and stress), bladder BOTOX, sacral neuro-modulation, and vaginal prolapse. He also specialises in chronic pelvic pain (interstitial cystitis), urinary tract infections, neuro-urology (eg. MS and spinal cord injuries), and urodynamics.
Dr Kiosoglous has presented at conferences nationally and internationally and has published in international peer-reviewed journals. He is currently a reviewer of three international surgical and urological journals.
Dr Kiosoglous is a member and elected Queensland committee representative of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand, European Association of Urology, and the Continence Foundation of Australia.
Dr Kiosoglous consults at the Wesley Medical Centre with theatre sessions at The Wesley Hospital. He looks forward to working in close collaboration with GPs, Neurologists, Gynaecologists, Colorectal Surgeons, and Physiotherapists to provide multidisciplinary care for patients.