Dr. Patrick Yeung
Center of Excellence. Trained at the CEC. Able to do colorectal and lung and DIE. Accepts almost all insurance and so does hospital. Philosophy: “ Complete or optimal excision. We are a referral center, and work with colorectal surgeons, and urologists for advanced disease or DIE (deep endometriosis).We do have a clinic that deals with optimizing the non-surgical factors for achieving pregnancy eg. optimizing hormones and we have produced a unique, ‘food first’, evidence-based diet for endometriosis and believe diet is very important. We have at SLU a multidisciplinary Pelvic Pain Center, that we are a part of, that includes pelvic floor physical therapy.”
- AEEP reviewed 4 years ago
Stars: AEEP ranks providers in five key areas and assigns stars accordingly. An endo doctor receives one star per each of these that are made evident:
- excises endo with wide margins *
- majority of patients have endo *
- keeps post-surgical outcome statistics *
- published/ presented work, peer-reviewed *
- usually avoids GnRH agonists *
These criteria are based on our own experiences and research. Our goal is to maximize the chances of restored functionality. Talk to your doctor to see what treatment is right for you.
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Dr. Sherman J. Silber is one of the only surgeons worldwide to offer the Osada Procedure, an alternative to hysterectomy in women with adenomyosis who wish to preserve their uterus. Bowl/urinary tract surgery: Does own urinary tract work.