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Consultant Urogynaecologist and Uro-neurologist, Miss Sohier Elneil. treats women with pelvic floor, bladder and bowel injuries.

Specialties and sub-specialties

Vaginal mesh removal
Pelvic floor injuries

Professional profile

Miss Sohier Elneil is trained in treating women with pelvic floor, bladder and bowel injuries. Her career started with gynaecology and went onto specialise in the field of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, formerly known as urogynaecology.

Her research interest led her on to do her PhD at the University of Cambridge, to study the physiology and pharmacology of sensory bladder dysfunction in women. Miss Elneil lectures widely, including University College London and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and has lectured at the European Association of Urology.

Miss Elneil is one of a handful of consultants trained to remove pelvic mesh implants. She is also actively involved in developing therapies for intractable pelvic conditions, including sacral neuromodulation and botulinum toxin therapy.

She has recently been honoured with a Visiting Professorship in Obstetrics and Gynaecology to the University of Ibadan in Nigeria (the oldest University in Africa) for her work in developing and instituting a new postgraduate degree in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, for which she trains and lectures.

Clinical interests

  • Urinary and faecal incontinence

Current posts

  • Consultant Urogynaecologist and Gynaecologist
    University College Hospital
  • Consultant Urogynaecologist and Gynaecologist
    National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery


Miss Sohier Elneil interviewed by Sky News
The London Clinic
Miss Elneil commented on new guidance from health watchdog NICE concerning vaginal mesh surgery.
Hernia mesh complications 'affect more than 100,000'
Miss Elneil is quoted in this news item, describing her as 'a leading voice in the successful campaign to halt the use of vaginal mesh on the NHS in England'.