Mr Adam Moors

Obstetrics and gynaecology


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About me

Mr Adam Moors trained in medicine at St Mary’s Hospital in London between 1982 and 1987. He was awarded the degree of MB BS. He trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, initially at The Samaritan Hospital for Women and St Mary’s Hospital in London before moving on to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
He became a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1993. He was then elevated to become a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2005.
He went on to gain an MD research thesis studying the immunobiology of the female genital tract. He is currently involved in active research into the causes and treatment of endometriosis and has written widely on the subject, both in medical journals and text books.
Mr Moors specialises in gynaecological endoscopic surgery. His training in this innovative area of surgery was both in this country and in the world renowned centre for endoscopic surgery in Clermont Ferrand in France. He particularly specialises in the laparoscopic surgical treatment of endometriosis and runs specialist clinics for the management of this often severe and debilitating condition. He is currently the National Lead for endometriosis through the British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy and is establishing a national network of centres for advanced laparoscopy in endometriosis. Laparoscopic surgery is also a vital tool for the management of many other benign gynaecological conditions and this has generated significant interest in the areas of reproductive medicine and the management of pelvic pain. Mr Moors and Mr Louden specialise in a laparoscopic approach to hysterectomy and use this key hole approach in over 90% of hysterectomies.
Membership of Societies
Board member of the British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy, European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy and the World Endometriosis Society.
He was appointed Consultant Gynaecologist to the Southampton University Hospital Trust in 1999.

Areas of interest

• Endometriosis • Endoscopic procedures • Hysteroscopic surgery • Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery') • Gynaecology; paediatric and adolescent gynaecology; fibroids and menstrual disorders; heavy bleeding; painful periods; painful sex; pelvic pain; myomectomy; Novasure ablation; hysterectomy; lower abdominal pain; polycystic ovaries; intermenstrual bleeding; cervical smear

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Procedures completed

  • Q1800

    Hysteroscopy (including biopsy, dilatation, +/- cauterisation, curettage and resection of polyp(s) +/- Mirena coil insertion) - (5-50)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (5-50)

  • Q0790

    Laparoscopic total hysterectomy (+/- oophorectomy) +/- ureterolysis - (5-50)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (5-50)

  • Q1700

    Therapeutic hysteroscopic operations on uterus (including endometrial ablation excluding microwave or radiofrequency ablation) +/- Mirena coil insertion - (5-50)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (1-5)

  • Q3800

    Laparoscopy and therapeutic procedures (including laser, diathermy and destruction e.g. endometriosis, adhesiolysis, tubal and ovarian surgery, +/-ureterolysis) - (1-5)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (1-5)

  • Q3900

    Laparoscopy (including e.g. puncture of ovarian cysts, +/- biopsy, minor endometriosis, +/-ureterolysis) - (1-5)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (1-5)

  • Q4400

    Ovarian cystectomy +/- omental biopsy (as sole procedure and including bilateral) - (1-5)

  • P2730

    Colposcopy (+/- biopsy, polypectomy or vulvoscopy) - (1-5)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (1-5)

  • T4300

    Laparoscopic adhesiolysis (including biopsy) - (1-5)

    Nuffield Health Wessex Hospital (1-5)

  • Q1703

    Impedance controlled bipolar radiofrequency ablation for menorrhagia (including hysteroscopy) - (1-5)

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