We have helped hundreds of patients are we are eager to help hundreds more.
Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Women with chronic pelvic pain (CPP) may likely have a condition called “Endometriosis”. Endometriosis is a disease affecting the female reproductive tract in which the endometrial lining of the uterus spreads into the pelvic cavity, implanting itself on the pelvic structures causing inflammation and pain. Symptoms of endometriosis include painful menstrual periods (dysmenorrhea) which cannot be relieved with typical over-the-counter pain medications such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, irregular periods, pelvic pain, or difficulty conceiving a pregnancy. Untreated, endometriosis can lead to chronic pelvic pain (CPP), infertility, and disability in women.
Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis was designed to treat women with this chronic condition in a multidisciplinary fashion. Dr. Jonathan Zaidan has established himself as an expert in diagnosing and treating endometriosis. Dr. Zaidan is trained and credentialed in minimally invasive robotic surgery to treat endometriosis. Working out of 3 hospital systems in Oakland County, Michigan, Dr. Zaidan can remove most and sometimes all disease through this procedure. According to Dr. Zaidan, “Robotic resection of endometriosis is the most advanced treatment for the disease and can even provide a surgical cure for some individuals. The procedure is minimally invasive, which means no large incisions, patient goes home the same day, and recovery is much easier”.
Endometriosis can only be definitely diagnosed with laparoscopy. “Once diagnosis has been confirmed, typically we start the patient on a six-month regimen of Lupron or Zoladex therapy, to help the body’s natural immune system clear as much of the endometriosis as possible, before going back into surgery for the robotic resection”, stated Debbie Henry, NP-C, nurse practitioner at Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis. “We have found this protocol to be highly successful for most patients,” adds Henry. After the robotic resection of endometriosis, hormonal suppression of estrogen is prescribed, in the form of a birth control option such as Depo Provera or a combined oral contraceptive, in order to retard a resurgence of the disease.
Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis is a free-standing center located in Lake Orion, Michigan but is now extending its reach into adjacent communities such as Clarkston and most recently, Birmingham. For women who are knowingly or unknowingly dealing with the symptoms endometriosis, Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis offers a comprehensive, specialized treatment with a compassionate touch. From the reception staff, to the medical assistants, to the providers at every Women’s Excellence center, Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis’ mission is to provide timely, evidenced-based care, in a compassionate way. “We have helped hundreds of patients are we are eager to help hundreds more”, concludes Henry.
Founded by Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, Women's Excellence in Endometriosis is a comprehensive center for women that have either been diagnosed with endometriosis or have the symptoms of endometriosis. Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis utilizes the latest and best treatment protocols to effectively treat the symptoms and sequelae of endometriosis. Whether a woman has known endometriosis or seeking a diagnosis for symptoms of painful intercourse, painful periods, chronic pelvic pain or irregular bleeding, Women's Excellence in Endometriosis is designed to diagnose, treat and improve the symptoms of endometriosis and chronic pelvic pain (CPP). Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis treats all women with these symptoms including those women in the teenage years, women who desire pregnancy, as well as women who are done with their childbearing. The knowledgeable, well trained, compassionate physicians and healthcare providers of Women’s Excellence in Endometriosis are now accepting new patients. Call for an appointment today (248) 693-1630 or visit http://www.womensexcellence.com. Appointments now available in Clarkston and Birmingham.