Dr. Jimmy Beng is a medical director and consultant urologist in private practice and has been actively pursuing the field of male erectile dysfunction for more than two decades. He holds a keen interest in alternative therapies for sexual problems and inadequacies and has pioneered various modalities in the field of urology including Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotrispy, a method to break down kidney stones using shockwaves without invasive surgery.
Prior to private practice, Dr. Beng was a senior lecturer in the Department of Surgery, National University of Singapore (NUS). During his tenure in the department, he was involved in all aspects of urological work and published several papers on Transurethral Surgery.
Dr. Beng was President of the Singapore Urological Association 1990-1992 and chaired the 10th World Congress on Endourology and Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy which attracted over international participants to Singapore. He was the founding member of the Association of Surgeons of South East Asia and the Singapore Urological Association, which has affiliation to the Urological Society of Australia, Endourological Society of USA and the American Urological Association. He is also the Honorary Fellowship of The Institute of Urology, London.
Dr. Beng graduated from the then University of Singapore and served as Medical Officer in the Singapore Armed Forces before being appointed as Trainee in Surgery in the Department of Surgery, University of Singapore.
He later obtained his fellowships from Singapore, Glasgow and Edinburgh and was appointed Lecturer in the Department of Surgery of the University. He then furthered his training in urology at Royal Melbourne Hospital with the Liew Weng Chee Scholarship conferred by the University Department of Surgery Hospital.
Dr. Beng's specialty interests are alternative therapties for sexual problems and extracorporeal shockwave lithotrispy.