At CARE, our major areas of interest, expertise and skills cover a wide range of female pelvic disorders.
CARE is a tertiary referral centre to which women with complex and difficult cases of endometriosis are referred for surgical management, including endometriosis-related infertility either in preparation for or following previous unsuccessful assisted reproductive technology such as IVF.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
CARE specialists are highly experienced in modern surgical treatments for pelvic organ prolapse.
We provide a comprehensive investigation and treatment for urinary incontinence using minimal access surgery.
A common type of tumour growth in the wall of the uterus.
Cysts in the ovaries may be functional, benign, borderline or malignant. The majority of ovarian cysts are functional or benign. Evaluation consisting of history, examination, ultrasound and blood tests can help determine the nature of ovarian cysts and how to manage them.
Heavy, prolonged, irregular menstrual bleeding affects up to one in five women.
Films or bands of scar tissues which glue organs together eg loops of bowels, or bowels to pelvic organs. This common problem may cause chronic pain or infertility.