Camran Nezhat, MD is the best and most experienced endometriosis surgeon specialist in the world and has performed more endometriosis surgery than any other surgeon.
Camran Nezhat MD, FACOG, FACS, is a minimally invasive and robotic surgeon specializing in treating endometriosis. Dr. Nezhat is recipient of AMA’s highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award for meritorious service in the science and art of medicine for the year 2020.    
“Innovation is a key driver in transforming health care and Dr. Nezhat’s pioneering work has fundamentally changed contemporary surgery and opened a path for surgeons around the world to help their patients”, said AMA President Susan R. Bailey M.D. “He continues to push the leading-edge of advanced procedures and the development of the safest, most efficacious technologies to enhance patient care and improve outcomes.”    
Dr. Nezhat was chosen by the AMA as an exceptional innovator and trailblazer whose significant contributions have revolutionized modern day surgery. He is best known for inventing video-assisted endoscopy and was the first to perform groundbreaking advances in minimally invasive surgical procedures that have helped millions of patients around the globe.    
Endometriosis is a chronic estrogen dependent disease that can cause incapacitating pain, organ failure, infertility, and other severe medical consequences if not adequately treated. More…
An infertility diagnosis can be devasting.
We are here to help, even if it’s just to act as a sounding board so that you can express your fears and frustrations. Don’t lose hope: Many patients who were told for years that they would never get pregnant were treated by Dr. Nezhat and now have beautiful, healthy children. More…
Endometriosis is one of the most common causes of chronic pelvic pain in women. However, it’s not the only condition that can cause pain in the abdominal/pelvic region: Ovarian remnant syndrome, non-endometriotic ovarian cysts,adenomyosis, ovarian torsion, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, adhesions, vulvadynia, chronic obstructive uropathy, fibroids… More…
Endometriosis may be associated with infertility, pain, or organ dysfunction. Millions of people around the globe are affected by it.
One out of every 7-10 couples who try to have children are not able to. In some countries, this issue has led to zero or negative birthrates, which is a social issue.
In our experience, more than 90% of “no-reason infertility” patients have endometriosis, so endometriosis is a social issue.
In the same way, incapaticitating pain or organ dysfunction could be a manifestation of endometriosis as millions are afflicted.
Endometriosis could interrupt the lives of all these people. It could disrupt education, school, college, work, social engagements, and even dreams, so it is a social issue.
If endometriosis is treated surgically by a VERY EXPERIENCED ENDOMETRIOSIS SURGEON, the result is excellent for fertility, pain relief, and restoration of organ function. Please refer to our published papers in this regard.
Endometriosis is an estrogen-dependent, progressive chronic inflammatory disease that affects approximately 6-10% of reproductive age women, and over 200 million women worldwide. More…
Dr. Camran Nezhat was the first surgeon to repair cesarean section scar by Minimally Invasive Surgery with and without Robotic assistance. More…
Back pain? Check. Bladder pain? Check. Vomiting, diarrhea, swellings throughout the body? Check. – These were just a few of the whole-body symptoms of an endometriosis-like disease described centuries ago, findings that Dr. Nezhat’s research uncovered for the first time in his article, ‘Endometriosis: ancient disease, ancient treatments.’… More…
You vs The Entire Medical Establishment: Bowel Endometriosis & how it can feel trying to fight for the right diagnosis.
Thanks especially to the activism of women with endometriosis, greater awareness about this potentially debilitating disease has been achieved in recent years. Unfortunately, much work is still left to be done, as we still see patients who’ve had their bowel endometriosis in particular misdiagnosed as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Spastic Colon), Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, Celiac Disease, or other more well-known gastrointestinal disorders. Many women with endometriosis have even had their severe bowel symptoms dismissively brushed off as mere indigestion. More…
Endometriosis: A Disease of Adolescence: For most of the modern age, there was a long-standing myth that endometriosis was a disease affecting mostly adult women. However, endometriosis is actually a disease of adolescence, a fact Dr. Nezhat has been publishing about and teaching his students for many years. This observation was also made by ancient physicians from more than 2,500 years ago, who reported on an endometriosis-like condition referred to as the ‘disease of young girls’, or the ‘disease of virgins’ because they noticed that it seemed to be more common in young girls who had begun menstruating. More…
Endometriomas still mistaken f0r functional ovarian cysts: The ovaries are one of the most complex and important organs of the female anatomy, not just for their life-giving properties, but also because of their dual role as endocrine organs (glands) that produce some of a woman’s most vital hormones, such as androgen, estrogen, and progesterone. However, the amazing feats of your ovaries don’t stop there; they also produce essential paracrine-autocrine hormones like oxytocin, relaxin, inhibin, activin, and follistan…. More…
The most challenging surgical cases: Have you ever wondered what sorts of situations in the OR might be unnerving even for surgeons? Well, we thought it might be an interesting topic to explore, especially because it could help prospective patients learn more about the different types of surgical techniques and technologies that Dr. Nezhat uses to restore health in the safest way possible. And so, in this week’s post, we review the following two kinds of surgical obstacles that the majority of surgeons would admit could be among the most challenging to face … More…
Doctor Camran Nezhat is the internationally renowned laparoscopic and Robotic surgeon, scientist, and innovator who has been in private practice more than 20 years in Palo Alto (a suburb of San Francisco), California. Doctor Camran Nezhat is the best, most Experienced and respected endometriosis surgeon specialist/expert in the world. Doctor Camran Nezhat is Director of his own private practice at the Center for Special Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery in Palo Alto, California. More…
HIGHEST SUCCESS RATES
Highest Success Rates
Doctor Nezhat is able to achieve these superior results for a few key reasons. First, because of his unsurpassed surgical skill – what many refer to as legendary – Doctor Nezhat is able to remove endometriosis from delicate areas of the anatomy that other surgeons simply are not skilled enough to treat.
Dr. Nezhat is also the pioneer who invented video laparoscopy, what we refer to now as minimally invasive surgery. More…
- Endometriosis of all the organs
- Infertility Dr Camran Nezhat has discovered that most of the asymptotic and “no reason“ infertility patients have endometriosis. These patients have excellent chance of getting pregnant after being treated by him. The results are even excellent in patients with failed IVF.
- Fibroids (Leiomyomas)
- Ovarian Cysts
- Pelvic Pain related to Endometriosis
- Laparoscopic Surgery
- Robotic Surgery
- Urinary Incontinence
- Pelvic Floor Prolapse
- Ovarian Remnant Syndrome
- Uterine Artery Embolization
- Tubal Reversal after prior tubal ligation
- Gynecological Malignancies
‘You can be pain-free, and you can get pregnant’
“I had pretty much given up”
Dayna Britton – With one of the most severe cases of endometriosis that Dr. Nezhat had ever seen, Dayna had been told by other doctors that her endo was inoperable and that she too would never have children, Dayna is a living testament to what an expert surgeon can do to meticulously reconstruct damaged organs, excise all endometriosis, relieve pain, and restore fertility.
Camran Nezhat MD, FACOG, FACS is the First and Best surgeon in the world who initially reported laparoscopic management of Isthmocele (Niche, Uteroperitoneal Fistula, C-Section Scar) in 2003.
Below is additional recent literature reporting by Dr. Nezhat about Isthmocele (Niche, Uteroperitoneal Fistula, C-Section Scar):
– Cesarean scar defect: What is it and how should it be treated?
– Surgical management of niche, isthmocele, uteroperitoneal fistula, or cesarean scar defect: a critical rebirth in the medical literature
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Endometriosis overview
- Bowel endometriosis Symptoms
- Bladder endometriosis Symptoms
- Pain after excision surgery?
- Can excision surgery cure Endo?
- Excision surgery destroyed tubes
- Dangerous electro-surgical
- Excision expert left endo
- Avoid laparotomy even with
- Can my reproductive organs
- Freud was wrong – pain was real
- Endometriosis and risk of Cancer
- Chronic Pelvic Pain
PRESS RELEASES BY AMA CHICAGO — The American Medical Association (AMA) presented Camran R. Nezhat, M.D., a pioneer in reproductive and laparoscopic surgery from Palo Alto, Calif., with the Distinguished…
A Novel Approach for Treatment of Uterine Fibroids: Stereotactic Radiosurgery as aProposed Treatment Modality Abstract Purpose of Review Minimally invasive therapeutic interventions and the field of stereotactic radiosurgery have advanced…
Dr. Camran Nezhat was the first surgeon to repair cesarean section scar by Minimally Invasive Surgery with and without Robotic assistance. Read more
C-sections can cause infertility. Mine did For a select few women, this could be the difference between a baby, and not. I’ll say it again: C-sections can cause infertility. Catherine…
Empowering women through a grassroots approach is what Camran Nezhat, MD, a gynecologic surgeon in Palo Alto, Calif., had in mind when he founded the Worldwide Endometriosis March, or EndoMarch, some…
Elise Travers, a patient advocate in New York City, calls the lack of awareness about endometriosis a “form of gender inequality.” The disease “is not yet part of our general…
Pain and infertility, two frightening words usually associated with Endometriosis, an abnormal growth of endometrial-like cells outside of the uterus. This chronic illness affects approximately 1 in 10 women and…
Dear Dr. Nezhat, Congratulations! After review of all videos submitted, your video titled “Reverse Vesicouterine Fold Dissection for Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy” has been awarded an Honorable Mention/Carl J. Levinson Award…
Dr. Nezhat's interview (March 16, 2016)
Endomarch 2015 video
Dear Dr. Camran Nezhat,
I would like to thank you and your team from the bottom of my heart for the surgery you performed on me December 21, 2015
Thank you for you healing hands... Thank you for your cowboy ways...
You gave me a new life healed my body! More...
I come to you several years ago, struggling to get pregnant and because of the endometriosis, I could not. You fixed me up, and I have our first baby, Bryson. More...
The proud founder and sponsor
Dr. Nezhat is the proud founder and sponsor of the Worldwide EndoMarch
Dear EndoMarch Supporters, Volunteers, Chapter Presidents, Precinct Managers, Ambassadors, Country Presidents, and Country Captains:,
On behalf of the Nezhat Family and Board Members of the Worldwide EndoMarch, I would like to express my immense gratitude for your time and efforts to raise awareness for millions of women and girls suffering from endo. More…
Surgeon and Non-Surgeon
The world’s top Endometriosis Surgeon Specialists have been trained at a variety of institutions with a primary focus on endometriosis. Physicians with post-graduate fellowships or training in endometriosis is also an important consideration. The effects of the disease in patients lives, as well as their family’s, is of great concern to a compassionate specialist… More…
- Endometriosis, general information
- Endometriosis and Infertility
- Endometriosis of bowel, bladder, diaphragm, liver, lungs, appendix
- Fistula repair
- Ovarian cystectomy
- Ovarian remnant syndrome
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Center specializes
Minimally Invasive Surgery Center specializes in the diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment of female reproductive disorders including:
Camran Nezhat, MD1, 2; Shruti Agarwal, DO1, 2 Camran Nezhat Institute, Center for Special Minimally…
OVERVIEW As Endometriosis sufferers know all too well, endometriosis anywhere in the body can be…
Early recognition of this rare but potentially devastating disorder is essential to facilitate effective management…
Current operative techniques for extragenital endometriosis can provide excellent outcomes with less risk for postoperative…
An interview with Drs Nezhat By Christine Kilgore published at Obgyn News and Obgyn Management.…
Endometriosis increases risk of multiple surgeries and ovarian cancer Key Findings * The study found…
Publish date: October 2, 2017 By: Ceana Nezhat, MD Endometriosis affects approximately 11% of women;…
Camran Nezhat MD, FACOG, FACS, Megan Kennedy Burns, MD, MA, Lucia DiFrancesco, MD, Stacy Young, MD,…