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
Vesicovaginal Fistula Scientific Papers and Studies
'Thank you Dr. Miklos and your staff! I cannot put into words what you have done for me. And to women, who are having similar experiences, I would recommend to go straight to Dr. Miklos, don’t mess around with other people who are less experienced and knowledgeable with these particular tears!'
So here’s my story, it’s kind of long. I found out I was pregnant in February of 2009. My husband and I were a little surprised by the pregnancy, well very surprised, but happy for the new baby on the way. The pregnancy went by just fine. Finally October came and the baby came a week after the due date. The labor was long, about 30 hours but I was able to deliver him vaginally after being told they scheduled me for a C-section.
We had a baby boy, but because he had meconium he was sent to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. After I had him I was having some discharge that I was told was the left over meconium, but a week went by and I was still having the discharge. I realized I had a tear that was more serious then the 1st degree tear that was repaired after the birth and that the nurse midwife had missed the tear at delivery.
1st Repair - failed
The Ob had me come in immediately, did an examination and found that I did indeed have a 4th degree tear and the midwife at the birth had missed the tear. I was scheduled for surgery within the next week. Unfortunately, the surgery only held for two days and when I called the Ob office to tell them it didn’t work they referred me to a colon-rectal specialist.
2nd Repair - failed
The new doctor did another examination and found the tear had re-opened and created a fistula. He recommended another surgery in 6 weeks. So after the New Year I went in for surgery again and this time the surgery lasted a whole week, but yet again it failed.
I tried to search for answers from the colon-rectal doctor, but he did not want to give me any real information. Frustrated with the treatment I was receiving I wanted to find another doctor. I caught a huge break when I found out about Dr. Miklos. At the time I was an intern at a chiropractor’s office in Tucker working to finish up my doctorate in chiropractic. One of the women who worked for the chiropractor also had had surgeries in the past that had failed, not for the same condition, but we chatted about our experiences. After sharing my story with her she told me about her daughter who worked for a Urogynecologist (which happened to be Dr. Miklos).
3rd Repair - cured
Lucky for me he could perform the surgery and not only that, he is one of the top rated surgeons in the world. I met with Dr. Miklos and to my surprise he was very informative, sat down with me and actually talked to me about what he would do and possible outcomes. He was very realistic yet reassuring which made me feel very comfortable. So into surgery I went for a third time, praying that this one would work! I felt much more confidant knowing I had Dr. Miklos in my corner though. Sure enough the surgery was a success, there were still a little bumps along the way, but I am 100% healed. It took a long time to heal and Dr. Miklos and his staff were wonderful to work with and helped me through the process every step of the way. I am so thankful to him and his staff for being so wonderful to my family and me. Now I get to enjoy my little 17-month-old boy everyday! Thank you Dr. Miklos and your staff! I cannot put into words what you have done for me. And to women, who are having similar experiences, I would recommend to go straight to Dr. Miklos, don’t mess around with other people who are less experienced and knowledgeable with these particular tears!
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
July 2015 – Information: Dr. Moore and Dr. Miklos are key presenters at THE Aesthetic Show 2015, THE Art of Feminine Rejuvenation Symposium in Las Vegas, Nevada One of the HOT topics Dr. Moore will be speaking about is Non-Surgical Radio Frequency techniques for Incontinence. The NEW non-surgical technique for treating incontinence and/or vaginal laxity. http://aestheticshow.com/index.php […]
- Drs. Miklos and Moore to Present at the 2015 IUGA’s 40th Annual Meeting in Nice, France
- 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
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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 […]