First, I should mention that Dr. Kongoasa is now located at the Center for Endometriosis Care in Atlanta, GA. When I first met Dr. K in person, I found him to be friendly, warm, and soft-spoken, and incredibly confident, direct, and intelligent. He respected my wishes to have a Hysterectomy for suspected Adenomyosis because I wasn't comfortable with the odds of a PSN working for me. He respected all of my wishes, addressed all of my concerns, and answered all of my questions. The staff at the CEC are remarkably friendly, the nursing staff is skilled, and the building itself is comfortable rather than "sterile" and medical. My surgery experience with Dr. K was nothing short of remarkable. First, he and the nurses/medical staff prayed with me before surgery at my request (if you prefer not to pray, he will not ask/force you to). He keenly identified even the most subtle endometriosis and excised it COMPLETELY, leaving no trace of disease behind. His staff provided my husband with HOURLY updates, and even upheld my half-conscious pre-op request to tell my husband I loved him with each update. Dr. K gave my husband photos and updated him on what he did during surgery. I would recommend bringing a recording device so that whomever Dr. K updates will have information ready for you post-surgery, as Dr. K may not be able to see you after surgery. The post-op visit was non-invasive, and Dr. K gave me yet another hug at the end of my visit. I've never met a doctor quite like Dr. K. From the combination of being soft-spoken and friendly, yet confident and direct, to his warm half-smile, to his hugs at the end of every visit, Dr. K is a tremendously skilled surgeon that any endometriosis/adenomyosis patient should consider seeing!
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