19th October 2015

A view of the operating room This is what the operating room looks like at the time of key hole surgery.   The great benefit of utilizing minimally invasive techniques (key hole or vaginal route) is that patients can go home the same or next day. Patients have less pain, reduced scarring, less blood loss […]

17th October 2015

Dr Jeffery is co-chairing the 41 st International Congress of the IUGA. This is the highlight of the year and the main event of the worldwide urogynaecology calendar. The Cape Town meeting will be a very exciting event. Look out for live surgery performed by a number of internationally acclaimed surgeons including Dr JP Roovers, […]

13th October 2015

Dr Jeffery has recently launched a practical app for FREE iPhone and iPAD download. Go to: Check out the app on the iTunes store:IMG_8859   Feature Summary “Obstetrics and gynaecology is a practical subject. In order to be a competent practitioner, the trainee needs to acquire a broad range of skills. Learning the art and […]

6th October 2015

  Good surgeons continue to improve and innovate. One of the best ways to do this is to see how other high volume surgeons do it. The ULC team of surgeons are continuously looking for ways to improve the care of women with pelvic floor dysfunction. Dr Kruger has recently visited Dr Noe in Cologne […]

5th October 2015

Dr Jeffery will be presenting at the International Federation  of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (FIGO) world congress that will be held in Vancouver this week. This meeting is generally considered to be the largest congress of it’s kind, attracting the top experts in the field. This year, Dr Jeffery will be giving two presentations. A copy […]

5th October 2015

An informative radio interview with Dr Jeffery on urinary  incontinence has been posted under the videos section. Why don’t you listen and educate yourself on this important condition?

24th September 2015

The famous golfer, Gary Player,  once said that the more he practices the luckier he gets. Every surgeon,  and many patients for that matter, appreciate that the success of any operation is related to the experience and training of the surgeon. The well known book, “Outliers” by Malcom Gladwell clearly shows that in any field, […]

17th September 2015

Access to surgery for pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence is often limited. If you live in Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, or even George and Mossel Bay – here’s some good news: Drs Jeffery and Kruger will be making regular surgical trips along the Garden Route. They will collaborate with doctors in Plettenberg Bay Medi-Clinic, Knysna Life […]

16th September 2015

Sacrocolpopexy A Guide for Women 1. What is sacrocolpopexy? 2. What happens during surgery? 3. How successful is this surgery? 4. Are there any complications? 5. What preparations are needed before surgery? 6. Recovery after the surgery   Click to Read More about Sacrocolpopexy