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Mr Philip Rahmanou

Practice For Women

Obstetrics and gynaecology

 

  • Fee assured
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Specialises in

  • Gynaecology
  • Urogynaecology

About us

Mr Rahmanou has extensive background and training in urogynaecology, minimal access pelvic floor reconstruction and general obstetrics and gynaecology.
His main focus is on minimal access laparoscopic or “keyhole” surgical techniques to treat a wide range of gynaecological problems.
Mr Rahmanou also offers uterus preserving surgery (hysteropexy) to women with prolapse as an alternative to hysterectomy.
Having graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1997, most of his postgraduate obstetrics and gynaecology training was at the Northwest London Deanery. Following this he undertook higher specialist training at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford in urogynaecology; advanced training in laparoscopic “keyhole” pelvic floor reconstructive surgery and laparoscopic benign gynaecological surgery.
Mr Rahmanou is currently working in a multidisciplinary team, providing service in treatment of female lower urinary tract symptoms including urinary incontinence, genital prolapse and obstetric injuries. He is also providing treatment for general gynaecological problems such as menstrual disorders.

Areas of interest

Urogynaecology - bladder & prolapse problems; Investigations and management of urinary incontinence and recurrent urinary infections; Laparoscopic prolapse re-constructive surgery (hysteropexy, sacrocolpopexy); Period problems and minimally invasive surgery for menstrual disorders (laparoscopic hysterectomy, removal of fibroids and ovarian cysts); Hysteroscopic operations (resection of fibroids / endometrium and polyps); Vaginal re-constructive surgery; Pelvic Pain; Cosmetic gynaecology; Menopause management

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