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Anniversary: Southeastern Conference Greats
- Globally Known GYN Surgeon Tom Lyons, One of 75
Student-Athletes Honored for Positive Impact on Community, Region,
State & Nation. Playing football for the Bulldogs at the University
of Georgia (1968-70)....
Adhesions Barrier Trial
Advances at CWC&RS Pelvic
adhesions, the painful scar tissue that sometimes forms internally
in reaction to surgery, contributes up to 40% of the cases of
infertility in women....
After 21 Years, Little Has
Changed; 65% of Hysterectomies Still Have Large Incisions
Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH) has come of age, 21 years after Thomas L.
Lyons, MD, of the Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta
introduced this minimally invasive procedure. Performed as an outpatient
surgery, it leaves the cervix in place a keystone support for the anatomy,
helping to prevent pelvic prolapse later....
Best Doctors, Inc.
Puts Thomas L. Lyons, MD in top 5% -
Prestigious Peer Review Picks GYN
Surgeon from 1.5 Million.
After a rigorous peer review, the
exclusive Best Doctors in America® 2007-2008 database...
Dr. Karanvir Virk
Joins Center for Women's Care & Reproductive Surgery for Medical Fellowship
Dr. Tom Lyons Advocates Creation of
Neo-Vagina in MRKH Patients Six Weeks Before Sexual Activity
Commences; MRKH Conference for Teens & Their Families 10/25/08 in
Atlanta, GA-"The best
time for women who haven't developed a vagina to experience a
minimally-invasive corrective procedure for female anatomy is about
six to eight weeks before they become sexually active.....
Mentors Laparoscopic Surgeons in Latin America -
He Headlined Mexico City Conference
May 22-25, 2012. Laparoscopic pioneer
Thomas L. Lyons MD, trainer of thousands of surgeons internationally
over the past 22 years, demonstrated minimally invasive gynecologic
surgery techniques in Mexico City in May.
Dr. Tom Lyons Tries New Approach
to $20 Billion Internal Scarring &Pain Problem
scars that sometimes form internally in reaction to surgery, are a
$20 billion per year problem in the U.S., involving pain for
patients and expensive corrective techniques. Dr. Tom Lyons’
Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery is now conducting a
study on prevention of adhesions.
Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding The Center for
Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery, headed by laparoscopic pioneer Thomas L.
Lyons, MD, is conducting a placebo controlled FDA clinical trial on a drug used
to control dysfunctional uterine bleeding...
Management of endometriosis has always been based on relief of symptoms. Despite
the fact . . .
The most common reason for a woman in her reproductive years to see the
gynecologist is because of abnormal vaginal bleeding.
& Sexual Health
L. Lyons, MD, to Address Quality of Life Post Hysterectomy at AAGL’s 38th
Global Congress of Minimally Invasive Gynecology. Abdominal Hysterectomy Rates Far Too High
Twenty years ago, in 1989 Thomas L. Lyons,
MD, of the Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery in
Women seeking a hassle-free procedure for
permanent sterilization that involves no anesthesia, no scalpel incisions and no
additional expense of an outpatient surgery center now have a new option. The
Fertility Specialists Said She'd Never Have a
Child; Three Weeks after Endometriosis Surgery, Stacy Ledford was
pregnant. Dr. Lyons,
Reversed 17 Years of Frustration with Endo Excision......
Trotting GYN Surgeon Thomas L. Lyons, MD, Donates Time As Laparoscopic Surgery
Mentor From Lisbon, Portugal, to St.
Louis, Missouri; from Moscow to the Mayo Clinic; from Buenos Aires to Costa
Rica, Dr. Lyons is respected—and requested as an expert presenter and.......
Heavy Bleeding Not
Normal Sign of Aging in Women
British Woman Experiences Successful GYN Surgical
Solution by Thomas L. Lyons, MD - U.S. surgeon reveals that it is
not true -- heavy bleeding is not a normal sign of aging in women.
After five years on Provera, a British woman's uterus had...
How to avoid unnecessary gynecologic
Hysterectomy-Yes or No?
Hysterectomy, or surgical removal of the uterus, is the second
most common major procedure performed in the United States today, following
cesarean section. Approximately 600,000 American women have hysterectomies
- Minimally-invasive Myomectomy
- OPERA Procedure
- Hope for Endometriosis Sufferers
Access to information is being revolutionized by the internet -- changing the
way people are taking charge of their own health.
Laparoscopic Surgical Correction for Absence of Vagina Featured on
Minimally - Invasive
Pelvic Floor Repairs
"More than 1/3 of women with Stress Urinary
Incontinence (SUI) who have given birth do not believe that childbirth increases
the risk of involuntary urine leakage,"...
Anne B. Jarvis, 32, a branch manager for MCI, was told by doctors that she would
never have a baby--or that if she ever did, it would be a miracle.
Myla Irwin praises Dr. Lyons
in interview aired on CBS Atlanta. Doctor Lyons discusses Laparoscopic
Supracervical Hysterectomy .
Uterine fibroids remain the most common tumor of women of either benign or
malignant derivation. . .
New Diagnostic for Endometriosis:
In another groundbreaking move, laparoscopic
pioneer Thomas L. Lyons MD of the Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery
will introduce Virtual Colonoscopy to metro Atlanta this summer to help diagnose
Tom Lyons, M.D., Introduces New FDA-Approved In-Office Procedure for Abnormal
On the Air with the Doctor
Interview with Dr. Tom Lyons by
Dr. Adam Shafran: Fitness Expert. Author.
Radio Host and Chiropractor. Tape on Dr.Fitness and the Fat Guy, on 1620 AM in
Atlanta, GA USA
Olympic Ovarian Cyst
"Olympic-Sized" Ovarian Cyst Filled with Nine Liters (20 lbs) of Fluid Removed
Centers Offer Dramatically Lower Infection Risk
One main reason more
patients don’t request surgery to be performed as an outpatient procedure is a
simple lack of awareness - that it is actually possible to have their surgery
done in the outpatient setting.
Pelvic Pain & Amenorrhea in
Teens may be symptoms of serious developmental defect. Center for Women’s
Care & Reproductive Surgery First to Offer Laparoscopic Correction for Vaginal
Abnormality, MRKH Syndrome. Up to a half million women in the U.S. are born
with anomalies of the urinary and reproductive system. In females
thousands of these mullerian anomalies, including the absence of a vagina, may
not be discovered ...
Results on Endometriosis Detection Trial with Olympus Narrow Band
Imaging Thomas L. Lyons, MD,
Medical Director of the Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive
Surgery in Atlanta will address the International Society of
Gynecologic Endoscopy in Orlando, FL, March 27-30, on preliminary
results of the clinical trial on Olympus Narrow Band Imaging (NBI).
Surgery - watch this video interview with Dr. Lyons as he
discusses robot surgery.
Overpriced Marketing Tool, Bad for Medical Economy,
In a speech to the International Society of Gynecologic
Endoscopy symposium in March, Thomas L. Lyons, MD, medical director of the
Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta, will address one of
the untold secrets in medical economics today: robotic surgery......
Still "In the Dark Ages" On Exponential Advances in Minimally
Invasive GYN Procedures.
Years, Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH) Not Well Known Dr.
Tom Lyons Explains: Patients, Insurers and Employers All Lose Time &
Endo, Fibroids & Adhesions
Removed = Pregnancy! How Thomas L. Lyons, MD, Saved Kate Melioris’
Family Dreams In 2004 when Kate
Melioris was 37, she spent two to three weeks of each month in pain, curled up
in a ball, trying to get out of bed. Her health problems involved severe Stage
IV endometriosis, as well as adhesions, and two golf ball sized fibroid tumors
in her uterus.
A Dramatic Alternative to Abdominal Hysterectomy
Teen STD Epidemic:
Annual PAP Smear & GARDASIL® Vaccine Provides Strong Defense Vs.
Dr. Tom Lyons Debunks Myths of Cervical Cancer Prevention & Risks.
With one quarter of the population of teenage girls testing positive
for sexually transmitted diseases (or more than 3 million teens),
gynecologic surgery pioneer Dr. Tom Lyons strongly advocates the
Testimonial from MRKH patient whose life has
improved immeasurably after surgical procedure by Dr. Lyons of the
Center for Women's Care & Reproductive Surgery.
Cheryl Rossi of El Paso, Texas, interviewed seven surgeons in four cities before
deciding to have her hysterectomy performed by Tom Lyons, M.D., of the Center
for Women's Care & Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta.
Uterine Artery Embolization Presents
Many Dangers: Laparoscopic Myomectomy or Hysteroscopy Are Superior Solutions For
Fibroid Tumors At age 32 Atlanta businesswoman Anne J. was told by
doctors that she would never have a baby--or that if she ever did, it would be a
miracle. In fact, she had been told since she was 24 that she should
have a hysterectomy to treat benign fibroid tumors. Wisely, Anne continued to
search for other options, and ten years later she and her husband...
Urinary Stress Incontinence
A new surgical approach that is replacing many common operations nationwide
while lowering healthcare costs is now being applied to the management of
urinary stress incontinence (USI).
Vaginal Restoration As Standard Operating
Procedure for Pelvic Floor Repair & Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy
Long before resculpted vaginas became the vogue hit of the new millennium
for women seeking improved sexual gratification, pelvic prolapse patients
repaired by Dr. Tom Lyons knew..
More for Hospital - Based Procedures? Globally renowned GYN surgeon
Thomas L. Lyons, MD, of the Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive
Surgery in Atlanta is launching an advocacy campaign to lower medical