Especialidades / Unidades

Dr. José María Vilar Sánchez

Head of gynaecology.

  • Bachelor's degree in Medicine, University of Cádiz.
  • Specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (MIR Training at Hospital Universitario Puerta del Mar, Cádiz)
  • Doctor of Medicine with Cum Laude distinction from the University of Cádiz. Doctoral thesis: "Modification of energy metabolism during pregnancy in women with both normal weight and overweight mothers".
  • Master's in Human Reproduction from Rey Juan Carlos University.
  • Expert in Oncological Gynaecology from the University of Barcelona.

Dr. Vilar is a specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology and currently carries out his expert medical work at the University Hospital of Jerez de la Frontera. From 2013 to 2019 he belonged to the leading group in assisted human reproduction, the Valencian Institute of Infertility (IVI), and he continues to work closely with this institution.

Key conditions and solutions

Gynaecological conditions
Approach to the most frequent gynaecological pathology (abnormal uterine bleeding, genitalia-related infections, contraception, etc.)
Obstetrics. 3D/4D ultrasound
Full control of pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium, as well as the conditions associated with these.
Menopause
We monitor women during this stage of their lives, treating the most frequent medical problems such as vaginal dryness, recurrent urinary tract infections, osteoporosis, hormonal changes and their impact on women's daily lives, among other conditions.
Assisted reproduction
We offer reproductive advice and tests for infertile couples, directing them to one of the specific assisted reproduction techniques.
Cervical pathology
The prevention of cervical cancer is one of the fundamental pillars of gynaecological care in healthy women and is carried out through cytology, human papillomavirus detection and colposcopy when necessary.
Gynaecological Surgery
When necessary for the patient, minimally invasive surgical techniques such as hysteroscopy or laparoscopy are offered.
Pelvic floor
Approach and treatment of the most frequent condition of the pelvic floor found in women, in collaboration with the urology unit to offer a more comprehensive approach.
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Dr. María Camacho

Functional Urology and Pelvic Floor Unit.

  • Degree in Medicine from the University of Cádiz.
  • Specialist in Urology (Puerto Real University Hospital).
  • Master's Degree in Urological Surgery Update from the Cardenal Herrera University.
  • Master's Degree in Functional Urology and Urodynamics from the University of Salamanca.

Personalised and individualised treatment, focused on the needs and characteristics of each patient. Functional Urology is the subspecialty that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of voiding dysfunctions in both women and men, urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, recurrent urinary tract infections and chronic pelvic pain, among other pathologies.

Key issues and solutions

Recurrent urinary tract infections
Recurrent urinary tract infections are a very common problem in women. There are various treatments that can help prevent their appearance, such as prophylaxis with autogenous vaccines, use of probiotics, topical treatment with oestrogens, or even intravesical therapy with hyaluronic acid.
Urinary incontinence or male and female urination symptoms
Bladder dysfunctions such as overactive bladder or neurogenic bladder, as well as urinary incontinence, whether stress or urge, require individualised assessment and treatment. From pelvic floor rehabilitation therapy with techniques such as biofeedback, minimally invasive surgery for urinary incontinence such as the suburethral mini-sling or intravesical injection of botulinum toxin.
Chronic pelvic pain
An adequate diagnostic study of this pathology is essential to be able to establish the cause that produces it and thus propose the best treatment strategy for each patient.
Early diagnosis of prostate cancer and other urological tumours
Urological tumours can be numerous depending on the organ they affect (kidney, prostate, bladder, testicle...). The most common is prostate cancer, for which diagnostic tests are used to detect it such as multiparametric prostate imaging and fusion biopsy. The treatment of different urological tumours involves different types of surgery. Endoscopic treatment and laparoscopic surgery allow us to offer a less invasive treatment with a better recovery after the intervention.
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Dra. Pilar Moreno Paredes

Head of Breast Health.

  • Bachelor of Medicine from the University of Cádiz.
  • Doctor of Medicine with Cum Laude recognition from the University of Cádiz.
  • Specialist in General and Digestive Surgery, MIR system, at the Puerta del Mar University Hospital in Cádiz.
  • Master in Senology and Breast Pathology from the University of Barcelona.
  • Specialisation in Oncoplastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the breast at the Hospital Complex Foundation of La Coruña.
  • Expert in Radiology of the breast from the University of Barcelona.

Key issues and solutions

Breast conditions
  • Surgery for Benign Breast Pathology
  • Breast Cancer Surgery (mastectomy, breast-conserving surgery, selective sentinel node biopsy, axillary dissection).
  • Follow-up of high-risk breast lesions.
  • Genetic counselling in hereditary breast cancer.
  • Prophylactic surgery in carriers of genetic mutations at high risk of breast cancer.