Endometriosis is a complex, often misunderstood GYN condition. The number of medical professionals who are experienced at diagnosing and skilled at effectively removing endometriosis are limited and the need for research, awareness and better medical training is great. Many leaders in women’s reproductive health still fall short when it comes to championing the advancement of endometriosis research, medical training and awareness. However, one group is directing a great deal of energy to ensuring that endometriosis gets the attention is deserves. The Endometriosis Foundation of America efforts are multi-faceted.
EFA founders Dr. Tamer Seckin and Padma Lakshmi have taken the cause to heart. Dr. Seckin travels across the United States and abroad giving lectures, and teaching the art and science of endometriosis surgery. Ms. Lakshmi speaks publicly about her experience through an array of channels including mass media, political arenas, and public events, allowing her to reach a wide audience.
CIGC is working closely with endometriosis awareness organizations to ensure that our patients have access to the support they need, and have the most up-to-date information about the most effective minimally invasive endometriosis removal to manage pain, bleeding and infertility.
Read more about EFA’s effort in CIGC’s latest blog: Gaining Ground Against Endometriosis. Advanced laparoscopic surgeons of The Center for Innovative GYN Care Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD and Dr. Natalya Danilyants, MD perform endometriosis excision using only two 5MM incisions with DualPortGYN. Learn more on InnovativeGYN.com