Treatment & Services
- Benign Prostate Surgery
- Bladder Tumor Biopsy And Resection
- Clinical Trials
- Kidney And Ureteral Reconstruction
- Laparoscopic and Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopy
- Prostate Biopsy
- Radical Nephrectomy: Laparoscopic Or Open
- Radical Orchiectomy
- Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Surgery
- Screening and Testing
- TURP (Transurethral Resection of The Prostate)
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Benign Prostatic Enlargement (BPH)
- Bladder Cancer
- Elevated PSA
- Enlarged Prostate/Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
- Kidney Cancer
- Kidney Cysts, Simple
- Kidney Infections
- Kidney Stones
- Ureteropelvic Junction (UPJ) Obstruction
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Urologic Oncology And Stone Disease
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - University of Wisconsin
Endourology & MIS
Madison, WI USA
Residency - University of Manitoba
Medical Education - University of Toronto
Toronto, ON Canada
Graduate School - University of Toronto
Undergraduate - University of Toronto
Endourology and urinary stone disease
Research & Publications
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110 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
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|Courtesy, Respect & Concern||4.8|
|Patient Rating of Doctor||4.7|
15 Patient Comments
Reviewed on Apr 28, 2021
Dr. Sivilingham is an excellent urological surgeon - Hands down, "THE BEST." He is bright, talented and no-nonsense. I NOW have all the faith in the world in him as a surgeon and as my care provider. He demonstrated his expertise in my 1/20 and 2/20 surgeries. Everything went just as he let me know it would. I would highly recommend anyone training under him to please "DO EXACTLY WHAT HE SAYS - STEP BY STEP." This provides for an excellent patient outcome. Nothing but high praises!
Reviewed on Apr 28, 2021
I had a kidney stone issue that Dr Sivalingam resolved . I'm most grateful.
Reviewed on Apr 12, 2021
Doctor Sivalingam is so very nice and accommodating. Has a wonderful disposition and great bedside manner.
Reviewed on Feb 15, 2021
Treatment was not discussed. The physician ordered a CT Scan before making any recommendations. Prior tests were X-ray and Ultrasound.
Reviewed on Feb 15, 2021
Although the provider was kind and caring, the visit was short and hard to make any connection with a new provider.
Reviewed on Nov 30, 2020
The doctor was very helpful and willing to listen to my questions and provided good answers.
Reviewed on Nov 13, 2020
Dr Sivilingham were great.
Reviewed on Oct 30, 2020
Dr Savilingham was very good at explaining things and didn't rush through the exam
Reviewed on Sep 18, 2020
my mom is in the beginning stages of dementia and the Dr. was understanding and patient with her. she became confused a couple times and he was patient and explained things again to her patiently
Reviewed on Sep 9, 2020
Due to my emergency situation you guys not only stepped it up to get me a next day surgery, Cleveland Clinic orchestrated a miracle of maneuvers from a cancellation. Covid test set up in record time with unbeatable instructions with a 45 min deadline, instructions on the road following from multiple departments setting up locations for lab work, being taken care of with smiles and attention at the main campus from the door greeter to the janitor to the lab worker, confirmation calls, appointment times set up, registration completed while on the run and follow up appointment set. Dr. Sivalingam was shocked the morning of surgery that we accomplished everything on time and that I was even there. The girls that walked us through everything are highly skilled and deserve an award. they saved my life, truly.
Reviewed on Aug 7, 2020
I was really impressed with him and I have seen several of your doctors in urology hands down he is the best!
Reviewed on Jul 31, 2020
Dr Sivalingam couldn't of been any nicer. He never talked over us, very easy to talk to.
Reviewed on Jun 17, 2020
After some initial technical difficulties I had a good appointment with Dr. Sivalingam. I believe that I received the same level of care that I would have received in person.
Reviewed on Jun 3, 2020
during my first visit with the docoffice and inquired about the date of the procedure. I was told they did not have an order and ththat the doctor was wrong for saying that I should have the procedure in two weeks and that they general look watt two weeks then schedule the procedure. In contacting the doctor subsequently he reintegrated that I should have been scheduled. thus, and experiences significant symptoms I had to wait to have the stone removed. I believe that was unnecessary. to make matters worse the procedure was performed without a soma gram or X-ray, which would have saved me the pain and agony of having it done, since there was no stone found. Even though I was having severe to moderate symptoms I must have passed the stone a day or two prior to the procedure. even though I was having severe to moderate symptoms I must have passed the stone a day or two prior to the procedure.
Reviewed on Jun 3, 2020
I thought the doctor was skilled but was perplexed why he did not follow with me post op.
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