World Renowned Board-Certified Urogynecologists
Dr. John. R. Miklos and Dr. Robert D. Moore are experts in their field of laparoscopic urogynecology and minimally invasive & reconstructive gynecologic surgery. The field of Urogynecology (a subspecialty within Obstetrics and Gynecology) is dedicated to the treatment of women with pelvic floor disorders such as urinary incontinence and prolapse (bulging) of the vagina, bladder and/or the uterus. After completing residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Urogynecologists undergo fellowship training where they spend several years focusing only on these disorders. Both Dr. Miklos and Dr. Moore have completed two Fellowships each: Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery (2 years) and Laparoscopic Reconstructive Surgery (2 years).
Dr. John R. Miklos and Dr. Robert D. Moore are two of the First Board Certified Urogynecologists in the United States.
COSMETIC VAGINAL SURGERY
MESH COMPLICATION SURGEONS
30 Years of Surgical Experience
22,000 Surgical Procedures
6000 Surgical Patients
2000 Slings for Urine Leakage
2000 Laparoscopic Paravaginal Repairs
1400 Laparoscopic Sacral Colpopexies
93% Patient Satisfaction Rate
98% Sacral Colpopexy Cure Rate
<1% Conversion to a Large Open Belly Incision
<1% Bowel Injury Rate
<1% Bladder Injury Rate
<1% Ureter Injury Rate
<1% Blood Transfusion Rate
America’s TOP DOCTORS – 12 Years
America’s BEST DOCTORS – 10 Years
America’s TOP OB/GYN – 6 Years
AAGL – Golden Laparoscope Award – 2001, 2014
AAGL – Jerome Hoffman Award
Council Resident Educations Award
In June 2015, The International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) is hosting their prestigious annual meeting in Nice, France. Dr. Miklos and Dr. Moore have been selected to present their AWARD WINNING VIDEO, “The 26-Minute Laparoscopic Sacral Colpopexy: Do we need Robotic Technology”. Attending the International Urogynecological meeting will be respected physicians and surgeons from around the world; […]
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Drs. Miklos & Moore won the prestigious 2014 Golden Laparoscopic Award, arguably the worlds most prestigious gynecologic surgical award, for their video; “Obturator Neuralgia: Complete Resolution after Laparoscopic TVT removal”. Dr. Miklos & Dr. Moore won two of six video awards presented this year at the 43rd annual AAGL Global Congress on Minimally Invasive Gynecology in Vancouver B.C. Only 1 Golden Laparoscope is awarded […]
'I was told many times thorough the years to see Dr. Miklos, but didn’t go because of my insurance. I went to doctors who were in my plan, but no one could tell me why I was feeling the way I did, until I went to Dr. Miklos.'
Procedure: Laparoscopic Enterolysis, Laparoscopic Mesh / Graft Removal
I wanted to share my story with all the women who are going through or have gone through what I am.
Back in 1999 I had to under go a hysterectomy and later that year I had to have some bladder work done. I was under the care of Dr. Miklos and my gyn. They took very good care of me and have always thought highly of Dr. Miklos. Through the years I've experienced problems, such as painful intercourse, unexplained vaginal bleeding and abscesses. I didn't go back to Dr. Miklos cause my insurance had changed through the years and went to Doctors who were in my plan. Through the years no one could tell me why I was feeling the way I did, nor did I ever know about the problems caused by mesh used in my 1999 and 2000 surgeries.
In 2002 I had mesh slings removed from my bladder and urethra. The doctors at Emory hospital never told me about the complications of the mesh, only that I needed surgery to drain an abscess at the base of my vagina and to remove corroded mesh in my urethra and bladder. The surgery helped my current condition but never helped my chronic. Painful intercourse and unexplained bleeding. Severe vaginal pain that just came out of nowhere. Best described would be to call it a vaginal charlie horse.
The lack of my sex drive due to how painful sex was becoming led me to doctor after doctor with no answers and no relief. All said it was pre menopause or the lack of time I had with work and kids. These problems were a part of my failing marriage. Unfortunately 2 yrs ago my divorce became final. I have not been sexually active in 3 yrs and it seemed to help all that bothered me until May of this year. I just wasn't feeling well, pain in my vagina started, bleeding all day and night. I am not one to call out from work and just pushed myself through this. Being a single mother, I did not want to show my weakness to my kids or my job. The bleeding became heavier and just not feeling right I went to my gynecologist and by no surprise told me “I don't see anything wrong.” But, since my pap smear was bloody he sent me for an MRI, which came back negative. However, the pain was becoming more severe till one day while at work something burst. Yes it was instant pain relief but scary. The discharge at first was very smelly and brown. I thought to myself its an abscess like I've had before. So he sent me to a rectal and colon doctor thinking I had a fistula. Colon doctor order another MRI but more extensive. Insurance company fought him on the necessity of it. This doctor fought for me and I received approval in 48 hrs. 1 hr after taking the MRI my doctor called me and said I had to come in right away. He explained to me about the damage I've already been exposed too, due to massive abscesses throughout my vagina, my deformity and the recall of the mesh that was used to repair my vagina back in 1999. He wanted me to go back to Dr. Miklos but I explained to him that wasn't an option cause he was not on my plan and thousands of dollars spent to this point in finding out what was wrong with me was just not an option. So he sent me to a new gynecologist, who was the sweetest man I have ever met who took the time to listen to me and all I've been through. He then sent me to an oncologist, not because I had cancer, but I was in need of his care and for reconstruction. I was beyond a gynecologist at this time. This doctor knew Dr. Miklos and asked why haven't you called him. I explained and he said let me talk to him. Dr. Miklos not only agreed to see me but also took great care of me. He explained what was happening and worked with me to have a surgery I desperately needed. By this time I had been out of work for 6 wks with and had been in the hospital for 10 days for a severe infection due to continuing abscesses bursting. I was out of work a total of 2.5 months and I am still recovering from surgery.
Dr. Mitchell has now taken over my care and she truly understands me as a person and what I am going through. I no longer feel crazy. I am healing, and though I may never make it back to what I use to do prior to my illness I am not the one who will ever give up trying. Thank you Dr. Miklos and Dr. Mitchell and your wonderful caring staff.
Case Study: http://www.meshsurgeons.com/casestudy28.php
- 2015 International Society of Cosmetogynecology Award
- Dr. Robert Moore participated in Grand Rounds at the University of South Florida Urogynecology Program
- Dr. Robert Moore traveled to Eastern Virginia Medical School
- July 2014: AUGS / IUGA Scientific Meeting
- Drs. Miklos and Moore featured on ‘The Doctors’ TV Show