At the Weill Cornell Medicine Fibroid and Adenomyosis Program, patients benefit from doctors who listen to their concerns, understand their symptoms, and develop a personalized plan to improve their quality of life.
Our team of physicians includes gynecologists, who specialize in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, and interventional radiologists. Together, they offer our patients a wide range of leading treatment options — from medical therapies to surgical treatments.
No two patients are the same. Based on each patient’s unique condition, we help all patients achieve their specific goals, such as reducing the pain of their symptoms and preserving fertility.
This multidisciplinary approach leads to a faster diagnosis and treatment process, as well as more comprehensive recovery and follow-up care. Using the most advanced treatment options and medical research, we achieve outstanding results.
The physicians at the Weill Cornell Medicine Fibroid and Adenomyosis Program are highly trained and dedicated to providing the best possible care. Our doctors are part of the Weill Cornell Medicine Obstetrics and Gynecology and Interventional Radiology departments.
Patients throughout the region — and the world — travel to receive exceptional care for uterine fibroids and adenomyosis at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Convenient, personalized care: Each patient at the Weill Cornell Medicine Fibroid and Adenomyosis Program will work closely with a patient care coordinator who will help you conveniently schedule appointments and tests, obtain medical records as needed, and coordinate your care at every step.
Our team understands that our patients lead busy lives. We are dedicated to arranging appointments for you as quickly as possible — around your schedule. Weill Cornell Medicine also offers telemedicine — virtual health services — so that patients can conveniently meet with their doctor for follow-up visits.
Our gynecologists specialize in minimally invasive surgery, including both laparoscopic and robotic techniques. These surgical treatments require a smaller incision (cut), which means patients have a shorter recovery period and minimal scarring.
Patients at our program have access to our many specialists who are experts in the most current advances in technological procedures and who collaborate to provide the highest level of care. Our team includes:
In addition to caring for patients, the doctors at the Weill Cornell Medicine Fibroid and Adenomyosis Program are also on the forefront of research efforts to better understand uterine fibroids and adenomyosis. This research leads to better, more effective treatments.
As a scientifically based academic institution, our patients benefit from treatments and therapies based on the most up-to-date research and findings.