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The ATLAS Fellowship is a CIGC-based New Procedural Technology (NPT) training and placement program in Advanced Total Endoscopic Gynecological Surgery (ATEGS). ATLAS (Advanced Training in Laparoscopic Surgery) is a comprehensive two-year training program designed to prepare the graduate for highly advanced and complex minimally invasive gynecologic surgery without limitations.
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“When you are limited in mobility for an extended period of time, more than two weeks, muscles begin to decondition, or detrain,” said Paul MacKoul, MD. “Walking promotes the flow of oxygen throughout the body, and maintains normal breathing function. Gastrointestinal and urinary tract function are improved, and with improved blood flow, wounds heal faster. Every patient’s recovery is different and should be monitored by a physician, but gradual and measured increase in movement and activity can help prevent prolonged recovery times.”Learn More
It’s Not In Her Head: Challenging Systemic Attitudes About Women’s Health Within The Medical Community
Advancements in minimally invasive techniques today are light years ahead of where they were, even 10 years ago. There is little need to perform open GYN procedures other than financial gain. The fact that patients who present with complex GYN conditions are still told that open surgery is their only option, frequently performed by surgeons who are not trained on the latest techniques shows a systemic reluctance to advance women’s health care options.Learn More
Women who have fibroids often have difficulty with heavy bleeding, pelvic pain, going to the bathroom and depending on their location, many experience infertility or miscarriages. When a large number of people have a complex medical condition, it is common that there will be misconceptions about what treatments are effective. Cost, efficacy, and risks to fertility are all important elements to understand before choosing from the array of treatment options.
Learn the top five myths about fibroid removal, including watching and waiting, alternative treatments, leaving small fibroids behind & more.Learn More
Despite advancements in gynecological surgical techniques, a large number of women are still subjected to open procedures for hysterectomy or myomectomy. This is often the result of surgeons’ lack of laparoscopic training and experience with complex conditions like large fibroids or extensive endometriosis. Patients need to understand that it is not the extent of the condition, but the skill of the specialist.Learn More