Mr Tet Yap and Professor Suks Minhas have worked together in partnership for over 15 years, developing the most advanced treatments for sexual and reproductive needs. With their extensive clinical and research experience, they have developed rigorous and patient-centred approaches in treating men’s health conditions – from fertility issues including sperm retrievals and banking, varicocele repairs, vasectomies and management of complex genetic male infertility and sperm DNA fragmentation to sexual health issues like erectile dysfunction, testosterone replacement, prostate cancer survivorship and prosthetic surgery (testis, penis). They work within an allied team of recognised experts in their respective fields (continence, nutrition, psychosexual & fertility counselling).


Professor Suks Minhas is a Consultant Urologist and Andrologist at Imperial College, London. A recipient of the prestigious Karl Storz Telescope, an award given to specialists who have made a significant and lasting contribution to British Urology. He is recognised as a key international opinion leader in his field, and has been consistently voted one of the top private doctors in the UK by Tatler magazine.

Professor Suks Minhas specialises in Male Infertility and Men’s Health and is one of the UK’s only dedicated experts in this field. In addition, he has published extensively on the subject (including a recent textbook on Male Sexual Dysfunction), chaired scientific meetings both nationally and internationally and regularly receives invitations as an international speaker on Male Infertility and Men’s Health. Suks is also referee to a number of scientific journals and a member of 8 international guideline committees. He is actively involved in research and the teaching and training of surgeons around the world.

He is a board member of the European Society of Andrological Urology (ESAU). He is a firm believer in evidenced based practice and is co-chair of the European Association of Urology guidelines on male sexual and reproductive health. He is also director of the European Academy of Andrology, teaching centre at Imperial.

He was chairman of the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS), Section of Andrology and a trustee of BAUS.


Mr Tet Yap qualified from Cambridge in 2000 and trained in Surgery & Urology in the North Thames region including at University College London (where he completed his research MD), Charing Cross Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and St Bartholomews Hospital, winning numerous awards and prizes for his research and surgical work.

He has been involved in the setting up of the complex benign andrological service at St George’s Hospital and led the development of a South West London regional male fertility unit as well as the andrological services at the Royal Marsden. He is now based at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust where he continues spearheading regional andrological and male infertility services and research. He is part of a world-leading male infertility service based at 18 Devonshire Street that includes the Princess Grace Hospital and the Lister Hospital in Chelsea, where he is the chair of the Andrology and Male Fertility multidisciplinary Meeting. He also leads the male fertility services in other leading fertility units working closely with top gynaecologists from across the U.K. and internationally. He is also the clinical lead of the national access Klinefelter Syndrome Clinics for genetic male infertility at St Thomas where he oversees the care of young patients and adults with these complex genetic issues. He is the current chair of the European Reference Network on Male Infertilty. Mr Yap is also a respected male infertility commentator, appearing in national and international press including the BBC documentary ‘The Diagnosis Detectives’ as part of the team of recognised experts solving complex medical issues.


We run and are a part of one of UK’s first and only multidisciplinary male fertility team discussions on complex cases involving expert andrologists gynaecologists embryologists radiologists and pathologists. This allows open discussion and the best evidence-based current treatments available to be offered to our patients and assures consistency of care across specialties. We also run our specialist Andrology clinics which include minor treatment spaces, counselling and nutritionist support and expert nursing care.