Patients with complex cases may need to seek out a surgeon with more experience.
Able to do colorectal and lung. 20 years experience. Accepts all insurance.
Dr. Resad Pasic is also at James Graham Brown Cancer Center, located at 529 S. Jackson St.Louisville, KY 40202. Phone number: 502-562-4673
For more information on Dr. Resad Pasic here is another website to check out. http://www.gynlaparoscopy.com/#
Formerly practicing in Utah, Dr. Arrington joined the CEC in 2018. Dr. Arrington performs his own urinary tract work and performs some bowel work (shaving of the bowel and discoid resections). Segmental resections are conducted by an assisting surgeon.
Studied under Dr. C.Y. Liu
“Dr. Arrington is recognized as a regional and national expert in advanced excision of endometriosis. Since his fellowship training, he has continued to challenge his knowledge and surgical skills to help patients with “hopeless” cases of endometriosis. By caring for patients with this disease, he and his staff understand what you have been through. They understand the frustration, hopelessness and fear that so many endometriosis patients have experienced and are prepared to help.” – endowest.net
Dr. Rebeles is a big supporter of endometriosis patients and takes part in endo events locally. She welcomes new patients and may be able to take patients who have Medi-‐Cal through her affiliation with UCLA, call her office to check.
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.
Dr. Diakos works with a multi disciplinary team ( colorectal surgeon , urogynecology).
She says that people with endometriosis need “education , recognition and referral to a specialized endometriosis center. Knowledge is power. Women for too long have been told pain is normal and have been dismissed”.
Dr. Diakos enjoys skiing in the winter and sailing in the summer and speaks some Greek.
Dr. Kongoasa received his medical training in the United Kingdom and completed Residency at Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Jersey. He was also formerly a CEC FMIGS Fellow, having completing an extensive LAPEX and MIGS training under Dr. Sinervo. A skilled Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgeon specializing in Laparoscopic Excision of endometriosis and treatment of pelvic pain.
“Dr. Ken Sinervo is among few practitioners in the world who focus solely on endometriosis. Dr. Sinervo joined the Center for Endometriosis Care’s Founder, Robert B. Albee, Jr., MD at the Center in 2001 and since 2011 has been at the head of the practice. He leads his dedicated Center for Endometriosis Care team by example, providing compassionate expertise to individuals from every corner of the globe. Dr. Ken Sinervo is known around the world not only as a pioneering, expert endometriosis surgeon, but more importantly, as a humble, compassionate doctor who truly cares for his patients. He has won countless awards for his dedicated service, and is known as a physician who will always go above and beyond for those in his care.”
For more than two decades the Center for Endometriosis Care (CEC) has been treating endometriosis patients. Able to take on complex cases and DIE. Does some bowel/urinary tract work. Works with an assisting colorectal surgeon. To see some of Dr. Sinervo’s works, visit http://centerforendo.com/dr-ken-sinervo-1
Dr. Sinervo enjoys “family, travel, arts, music, football, charity/philanthropy including volunteering time and expertise to promote endometriosis education and awareness.”
Dr. Furr takes most commercial insurances as well as Tricare and Medicare. He does not accept Medicaid.
“Dr. Mosbrucker feels strongly that both pelvic pain and the urogynecologic issues need to be addressed with a multidisciplinary approach that embraces the “bio-psycho-social model”. She has developed an informal consortium of various specialists, all with interest in caring for patients with pelvic pain or incontinence. This allows for multiple providers to support the patient’s needs with an approach based on each one’s background and experiences. Physical therapists, pain management specialists, counselors, GI specialists, and surgeons all bring something different to the table, and it is her belief that the patients get better and more complete care when treated by a team rather than one single provider.” -http://pacificendometriosis.com/about-us/
Philosophy: “I was one of the original gynecologists recommending and performing excision – along with Harry Reich and others. We all “learned together” and I have done clinical research for 30 years, often involving medical and surgical treatment of endometriosis and postoperative pelvic adhesions. We have two boarded urogynecologists in my group, along with Physical Therapists experienced in pelvic floor therapy. We treat patients on a very individualized basis, every situation is different and requires a different approach.” Able to operate on DIE, bowel and lung endo. Takes all insurance.
Extensive research background. Is able to operate on Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis. Philosophy: “My medical practice is characterized by my underlying philosophy of treating patients with respect and dignity. I use a comprehensive, open-‐minded approach to providing leading-‐edge health care. My reputation as an endometriosis specialist was earned through my surgical skills and results following successful treatment of some the most difficult cases of endometriosis via laparoscopic excision surgery. Complete surgical removal of endometriosis is an essential step in achieving successful treatment outcomes. I believe that surgery is only part of the answer to restoring the health of patients with endometriosis and pelvic pain. I employ a multidisciplinary approach, utilizing leading edge, traditional Western medicine and alternative integrative medicine, combined with an open mind and trust in the patient. Treating this complex disease has not only resulted in my becoming a better physician, it has made me an expert in treating an array of less complex conditions as well.”
*Note: Dr. Cook was the surgeon for both AEEP’s founder, Holly and also for Meghan (badperiods.com) who collaborated on some aspects of the AEEP website