Dr. Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos
MD,FACOG,EFOG-EBCOG,MIGS,PhD,MSc.

Military Doctor, Consultant Gynaecologist
Endometriosis Surgeon-Advanced Laparoscopist
Pelvic pain & Menstrual disorders Specialist
Director of Endometriosis Centre, Meditteraneo Hospital,Athens
Director of Endometriosis Clinic,401 General Army Hospital,Athens

“I am honored to join the elite and growing group of international endometriosis surgeons after being vetted by double-blinded peer review in Icarebetter as the only vetted Εndometriosis Specialist in Greece. I am honored to have put my work up for review and to be able to offer my patients quality care of an international standard.”

Dr Kyriakopoulos is the only Endometriosis Surgeon in Greece who is recommended by the well known endometriosis support group (fb) Nancy’s Nook Endometriosis Education

Present post

Dr Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos is the Deputy Director of the Gynaecology Clinic of 401 General Army Hospital in Athens/Greece.He is also the founder and Director of the Mediterraneo Endometriosis Centre (MEC),a Centre which is a reference point in South-East Europe as it is the only Centre which fully supports “excision surgery”.This surgical technique has the highest cure rates when treating endometriosis.
Dr Kyriakopoulos deals almost exclusively with diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis and pelvic pain via the laparoscopic/hysteroscopic route.

He is also an Honorary Research Fellow in the busiest Endometriosis and Minimally Invasive (laparoscopy- hysteroscopy) Centre in the UK (CEMIG,Chertsey,Uk).

He is an Associate Fellow of the Department of Endometriosis and Laparoscopic Surgery of the Private Hospital of “Lister” in London as well as an Associate Fellow of the respective departments in the Private Hospitals of Woking Nuffield and BMI Runnymede.

Education

Dr Kyriakopoulos has graduated from the Military School of Combat Support Officers,Thessaloniki,Greece
and the School of Medicine ,Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki, Greece

From 2007 to 2010 he was the Senior Medical Officer in Greek Army Special Forces and
Senior Medical Officer of the Hellenic Army in Kosovo (KFOR-NATO),Head Medical Officer of the German-Greek-French EOD
Team.

Work

Specialty training

He was trained in the 2nd Surgical Department of 401 General Army Hospital as a general Surgeon
His specialty training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology took place in Alexandra University Hospital,Athens,Greece which is the busiest tertiary referral maternity hospital in Greece.

He holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Reproductive Medicine,Kapodestrian University/School of Medicine,Athens,Greece

MSc

PhD

He holds a Phd degree from faculty of Medicine,Kapodestrian University of Athens,Greece

Education

Dr Kyriakopoulos has graduated from the Military School of Combat Support Officers,Thessaloniki,Greece
and the School of Medicine ,Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Work

From 2007 to 2010 he was the Senior Medical Officer in Greek Army Special Forces and
Senior Medical Officer of the Hellenic Army in Kosovo (KFOR-NATO),Head Medical Officer of the German-Greek-French EOD
Team.

Specialty training

He was trained in the 2nd Surgical Department of 401 General Army Hospital as a general Surgeon
His specialty training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology took place in Alexandra University Hospital,Athens,Greece which is the busiest tertiary referral maternity hospital in Greece.

MSc

He holds a Master of Science (MSc) in Reproductive Medicine,Kapodestrian University/School of Medicine,Athens,Greece

PhD

He holds a Phd degree from faculty of Medicine,Kapodestrian University of Athens,Greece

Subspecialty training

His subspecialty training took place in the busiest Endometriosis Centre in the UK (CEMIG-Centre for Endometriosis & Minimal Invasive Gynaecology,Chertsey,Uk).CEMIG is considered to be a worldwide reference centre in Endometriosis.Responsible for his training was Mr Shaheen Khazali who is a worldwide famous endometriosis surgeon and is considered to be a pioneer in advanced laparoscopic surgery.

During his subspecialty training he performed a very big number of complex laparoscopic procedures acquiring valuable experience and in depth knowledge in the field of excision endometriosis surgery.

Dr Kyriakopoulos holds the ISON Lv. 2 diploma in Neuropelveology with  which he was awarded after successful completion of training under the guidance of Prof. Marc Possover who is also the founder of this subspecialty.Dr Kyriakopoulos is the only greek gynaecologist and amongst the few in the world who hold this subspecialty title. Neuropelveology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of conditions (like endometriosis) where specific nerves are involved (for example the  sciatic nerve).

Accreditations-Diplomas

Following a series of successful exams,Dr Kyriakopoulos was accredited the recognised title of European Fellow in Obstetrics & Gynaecology (EFOG-EBCOG) from the European Society (U.E.M.S.).This Diploma is considered to be the highest title an Obstetrician/Gynaecologist can obtain in european level.

He also holds the recognised title of Fellow of American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (FACOG) from the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists.

He is accredited the title of Minimal Invasive Gynaecologic Surgeon (MIGS) from the European Society of Gynaecologic Endoscopy-ESGE).

He is also accredited and licenced by the Hellenic Health Ministry to perform Ultrasonographic evaluation and examination.

Διπλώματα

  • Basic Surgical Skills of Ob&Gyn (RCOG)
  • Instructor in Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO),Aretaieion University Hospital Athens,Greece
  • ALSG-Advanced Life Support in Gynaecology
  • ATLS-Advanced Trauma Life Support
  • PHTLS-Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support
  • ACLS-Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

Clinics

United Kingdom :The Lister Hospital,London,Uk

Woking Nuffield Hospital, Surrey, Uk

The Runnymede, BMI, Chertsey, Uk

Greece: Mediterraneo Hospital, Leto

Dr Kyriakopoulos performs all the spectrum of laparoscopic and hysteroscopic procedures,having a special interest in treating endometriosis,pelvic pain and menstrual disorders.With his group (multidisciplinary team) they work in a high standard frame and liaise closely with other groups from abroad.

Societies

Dr Kyriakopoulos is an active member of the following societies:

    • British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) (ref. n. 4277)
    • European Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) (ref. n. M-08210)
    • American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL) (BSGE affiliated)
    • European Endometriosis League (EEL) (ref. n. 1207)
    • International Ovarian Tumor Analysis group (IOTA) (ref. n. 62419)
    • British Medical Association(GMC ref. n. 7077257)

Academic Activity

Presentations in International Congresses

  •  (Best selected video) En-block resection of the “butterfly area” for deep infiltrative endometriosis-Session:Best Selected Video 1,ESGE 28th Annual Congress,Abstract Number: ES28-0177
  • From chaos to order: restoring anatomy in a frozen pelvis- Free Communications 13: Endometriosis | Adenomyosis,ESGE 28th Annual Congress,Abstract Number: ES28-0178
  • From chaos to order: restoring anatomy in frozen pelvis and segmental bowel resection for full thickness rectovaginal nodule,ESGE 28th Annual Congress, ID Number: ES28-0182
  • Endometriosis: Segmental bowel resection for full thickness bowel nodule-Session:Surgical technique-presentation N.13,27th European Board College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Congress.
  • Endometriosis: En-block resection of the “Buttefly” area for DIE-Session:Surgical technique-presentation N.8, 27th European Board College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Congress.
  • Diaphragmatic endometriosis and segmental bowel resection for full thickness rectal nodule-Session:Video-Free Communications.ESGE 30th Annual Congress,Abstract Number ES30-0220.
  • Restoring anatomy in a frozen pelvis and segmental bowel resection (NOSE) for full thickness nodule.Session:Video display-01/EEC 301.6th Endometriosis Congress,Bordeaux,France.
  • NOSE Segmental bowel resection and partial vaginectomy for DIE (video session 1), 8th SEUD Congress
  • Restoring anatomy in a frozen pelvis: Shave of bowel nodule followed by transanal disc resection and partial vaginectomy (video session 2), 8th SEUD Congress