The approach of the doctors of the Women's Health Center of the Oberig clinic differs from that which a woman often meets in antenatal clinics. We distinguish slightly different tasks when examining a woman.
WE DO NOT TREAT UREAPLASMOSIS AND MYKOPLASMOSIS
In civilized Europe, there is no diagnosis of ureaplasmosis or mycoplasmosis at all. Women are not even prescribed appropriate tests, that is, they are simply not diagnosed. In essence, urea- and mycoplasma are conditionally pathogenic microorganisms, which, if some factors coincide, can multiply and manifest clinical symptoms. If a woman does not feel discomfort, it is absolutely inappropriate to undergo long-term, expensive and frankly toxic treatment of these "conditional" diseases. Also, ureaplasma has no effect on a woman's ability to become pregnant.
OUR MAIN GOAL IS TO KEEP WOMAN FROM CANCER BY PRESERVING HER REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION
As frightening as it may sound, women of any age are at risk of developing genital cancer. In the clinic "Oberig" the doctor will first of all conduct a series of examinations to identify the so-called precancerous conditions to eliminate them.
In order to prevent and diagnose cancer, the mandatory components of a gynecologist's appointment are as follows: physical examination, colposcopy to study the state of the cervix, Schiller test (if necessary), cytology (analysis of epithelial cells), ultrasound.
WE DO NOT USE COMMON "BARBARIAN" METHODS.
Such a "barbaric" method of yesterday as curettage (curettage), which is often used for diagnosis (obtaining material from the uterine cavity) or treatment (for example, with uterine bleeding) has never been used in the Women's Health Center of the Oberig clinic. It is being replaced by such a modern method of diagnosis and treatment as hysteroscopy.
WE GUARANTEE SECURITY!
We use disposable instruments, and what is to be used undergoes high-level disinfection and batch sterilization several times. All this guarantees the woman infectious safety. And yet, our main difference is the active use of all modern techniques aimed at preserving a woman's reproductive function when choosing a method of surgery (laparo- and hysteroscopy).
Minimally invasive surgery
Intrauterine endoscopic surgery
Diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence
The Center's team is formed by obstetricians-gynecologists and gynecological oncologists. The head of the Women's Health Center, Vladimir Lishchuk, is a recognized expert in the treatment of endometriosis. Our permanent consultants are Revaz Bochorishvili (MD, France) and Mario Malzoni (one of the world's leading gynecologists, Italy).
Our goal is to provide specialized diagnostics and optimal treatment for women with gynecological and gynecological diseases. We provide all types of medical care for women of all ages with a focus on the quality of daily life and the preservation of reproductive function.