Dr. Cook describes how his 20-year journey to understand and treat endometriosis led to creating Vital Health Endometriosis Center’s comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach that includes traditional western medical specialties and several integrative, proactive approaches.
The most important lesson Dr. Cook learned in his training was to completely trust what his patients were telling him about their bodies. He relates the story of one patient whom he successfully diagnosed and treated, even though her operative report said there was no evidence of endometriosis.
Dr. Cook talks about his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Johns Hopkins, and growing his first practice with Dr. Robert Kelly by establishing a presence on the Internet.
Dr. Cook describes his award-winning research with his mentor Brooks Keel which led to a process for producing fertility medications that have consistent potencies.
Dr. Cook talks about his medical training with Dr. Robert Kelly, an excellent surgeon who was also the first to use the CO2 laser for laparoscopic (minimally invasive) treatment of endometriosis.
Learn how Dr. Cook’s medical training with Dr. Franklin inspired him to become an endometriosis specialist and skilled surgeon, helping women in pain get their lives back.
How Dr. Cook went from doing construction work to enrolling in medical school and eventually developing an interest in treating women with endometriosis after working with Dr. Robert Franklin.
What is Endometriosis? Dr. Cook discusses the medical definition of endometriosis and some of the possible causes of the disease.
Welcome to Dr. Cook’s Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain Blog! Learn about Dr. Cook, his background and medical education, and why he created Vital Health Endometriosis Center to help women with endometriosis and pelvic pain.
Dr. Andrew Cook launches his new Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain Blog to provide comprehensive information on the complexities of endometriosis and treatment options available.