After his medical studies and his specialty title from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Nikolaos Kondelidis worked as a scientific associate of the University Urological Clinic at the Papageorgiou Hospital. At the same time, he has a private practice in Peraia, Thessaloniki, and is an associate of the U4U urology team in the field of Neurourology.
Academic studies and training
Urologist Nikolaos Kondelidis graduated with flying colours from the Medical School of Philippopolis in Bulgaria. He specialised in urology at the University Urological Clinic of the AUT, at the ‘G. Gennimatas’ Hospital from 1997 to 2001, receiving his specialty title in urology in 2002. He holds a PhD from the AUT with the dissertation subject: ‘The position of Intermittent Catheterisation in Augmentation Cystoplasty’. He has participated in many Conferences, Symposiums, Training Seminars in Greece, Europe, America and Asia. He is the author and presenter of many essays and speeches in Greek and international conferences. He has a training role as a lecturer of Urology on the subject of Gynaecological Urology.
After his specialisation in 2002 Dr. Nikolaos Kondelidis worked as a scientific associate in the 2nd University Urological Clinic at the ‘G. Papageorgiou’ Hospital from 2001-2010, with the specialty of Neurourology and urination disorders. During his 9 year tenure he performed more than 1000 Full Urodynamic check-ups in all age groups. He is specialised in the surgical treatment of Male and Female Incontinence through training seminars in Greece and special centres abroad (France, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, the UK). Since 2001 he has a private practice in Peraia, Thessaloniki and he is an associate of the U4U urological team in the field of Neurourology.
Participation as Co-investigator in international studies of ΙΙΙ-ΙV phase for new pharmaceutical substances (Solifenacin, Fesoterodine, Tadalafil, Dutasteride) for the treatment of detrusor over-activity, erectile dysfunction and benign prostate hyperplasia. Participation in Protocols for the treatment and observation of intravesical Botox injection in patients with Neurogenic or non-Neurogenic overactive bladder.