First and foremost I am a clinician and surgeon with a particular expertise and passion for the treatment of patients with prostate cancer and benign prostate conditions. I do this in three ways: firstly as your doctor or surgeon, secondly through the research I perform with my highly skilled team and thirdly by offering a comprehensive second opinion service. My practice has been dedicated to prostate cancer and prostate care exclusively for over 20 years. This has given me and my team the opportunity to focus, perfect and personalise the treatments and care we offer. Of course it is impossible to cover all areas of urology, yet by adopting a multi-discplinary approach I believe that we can at the very least understand and help our patients to choose the best path.
If you are suffering from prostate cancer or have reason to believe you might be, I would encourage you to read the resources I have prepared about the disease and its treatments. You are welcome to contact us or, intially, complete our comprehensive second opinion form.
Professor Stricker and his team performed the first robot assisted radio-guided prostate cancer surgery in Australia.
Professor Stricker was invited recently to present the outcomes of his focal therapy treatment with the NanoKnife at the international annua
Prof Stricker was invited by Hadassah Urology Department to be the keynote speaker for their recent symposium on salvage treatments.
An educational workshop for Australia and New Zealand was conducted by Professor Stricker and Professor Shnier at St Vincent's. Techniques i
Combination of low-dose-rate brachytherapy and external beam radiotherapy, a new trial for high-risk disease.
Prof Stricker presented MRI and focal therapy results at the recent American Urological Association Annual Meeting. MRI was the most topical
A recent publication by Prof Stricker's and Prof Emberton's group in the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostate Diseases confirmed the safety
The ABC recently reported on the use of MRI in testing for prostate cancer. The story focusses on the St Vincent's study that looked at 150
Jill Margo's article in the Financial Review, "Experience trumps tehnique when it comes to surgery", looks at the recent study published in
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