Welcome to Seckin Endometriosis Center (SEC), an award-winning practice based in NYC where you'll find Dr. Tamer Seckin, an endometriosis excision specialist surgeon who delivers personalized care and a standard of excellence. Dr. Seckin is a world-renowned, best endometriosis excision surgeon with over 30 years of experience in the world-class treatment of endometriosis excision surgery, adenomyosis, fibroids, and complex pelvic pain disorders. Our top-rated endometriosis specialists focus on providing women with minimally invasive treatment for all their endometriosis-related needs. Whether it is infiltration of the peritoneum or severe bowel endometriosis, our surgeons examine each patient on a case-by-case basis to ensure she receives the personalized care that she deserves.
Recent Press Updates
Bindi Irwin Felt 'Desperately Alone' Before Endometriosis Diagnosis: 'Very Difficult Time' (Exclusive)
Our dear patient, Bindi Irwin, opens up about her long battle with Endometriosis and finding “A second chance at life” after undergoing laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis.
Bindi Irwin opens up about 'healing' journey following endometriosis surgery
Renowned conservationist and Australian television personality Bindi Irwin recently underwent surgery in New York City with our doctors at Seckin Endometriosis Center, Dr. Tamer Seckin & Dr. Amanda Chu. She is the daughter of the late Steve Irwin, best known for his highly acclaimed television series The Crocodile Hunter.
Our Endometriosis Care Team
Our surgical specialists have dedicated their careers and expertise to improving the lives of women with complex gynecological conditions such as endometriosis
EndoMEtriosis: A Guide for Girls &
The doctor will see you now.
From the award-winning Dr. Tamer Seckin comes a book written for all of the Endo Warriors out there, from the thirteen-year-old girl who is being told that her pain is “part of becoming a women,” to the woman who has been misdiagnosed for decades—and needs to know she is not alone. Proceeds of this book sale will go to The Endometriosis Foundation of America.Read More
The symptoms of endometriosis may overlap with that of other diseases. Here are 5 major misdiagnoses of endometriosis.
Endometriosis does not always occur in the pelvis. This article describes 5 “strange” places where endometriosis occurs.
Endometriosis can be associated with iron deficiency and anemia and diagnosing the latter can help with the diagnosis of endometriosis too.
Cul-de-sac endometriosis that forms in the space between the uterus and the rectum can be particularly difficult to diagnose.
Why are we different?
World-renown endometriosis surgeon Dr. Tamer Seckin has over 30 years of experience in laparoscopic excision surgery and can treat even the most advanced cases of endometriosis with ease. His patients range from those with ovarian endometriomas to instances of severe deep infiltrating endometriosis of the bowels and other organs. Using his trademark ABC contrast and surgical techniques, he ensures minimally invasive surgery with comprehensive personal care. Dr. Seckin is also a founder and the medical director for The Endometriosis Foundation of America. He has dedicated his life to ensuring that women suffering from this little-known disease receive the advocacy, respect, care, and treatment that they deserve.Read More
Dr. Seckin have changed my life. Walking into their office was the best decision I could have made.
It took me 27 years, tons of doctors, and two surgeries to finally be officially diagnosed with endometriosis and now endo-free.
After my first endometriosis surgery failed to give me any symptom relief, I was jaded and skeptical regarding endometriosis treatment.
My symptoms began in August 2009, one month after my first period. My symptoms were mostly GI-related, from what I remember it
There aren’t enough stars for Seckin Endometriosis. They deserve 100/ 5. I want to make sure every woman right now who is looking for help, who is looking for a doctor and is scared and confused knows this is where you need to be. It doesn’t matter if you have to come from the other side of the United States or from the other side of the world, I can guarantee it will be worth it. Every member of their…
I’ve seen many obgyns over the years explaining my monthly symptoms during my period...but eventually it became a daily struggle with these pain. It feels like a poke here and there near my right pelvic region. I was given birth control pills for the past ten years but honestly, it didn’t help at all. I was in bed whenever I had my period. I was previously sent to GI doctors for possible appendicitis but it was ruled out from imagings…
I have suffered with Endometriosis since my first cycle at age 11. I am 37 now. My cycles regularly disrupted my life and caused me to miss school, work, family functions, etc. for 26 years. My symptoms included debilitating pelvic pain that would go into my legs, bloating, nausea, be forced to go on bed rest, hip and sciatic pain, severe pain on my right side, painful intercourse, and so much more. This would happen twice a month with ovulation and periods...
After failing to conceive for approximately two years, I was diagnosed by a fertility specialist with endometriosis and minor adenomyosis, upon finding out the news I ordered as many books as possible concerning endo, including Dr. Seckin’s 'the doctor will see you now’. ...
Thank you Dr. Seckin and Dr. Chu for making me feel heard and understood in an ineffective world of watchful waiting and hormonal birth control. I’ve seen multiple gynecologists along with a reproductive endocrinologist over the years for excessive menstrual bleeding and debilitating cramps to no avail. I am 37 and I’ve had symptoms since I was 22....
I’m 51 & post menopausal. I was diagnosed with endometriosis at 18 and underwent laparoscopy followed by a laparotomy. I had a chocolate cyst on my right ovary as well as many lesions on my bladder. ....
I am and will continue to be forever grateful to The Seckin Endometriosis Center for their diligent care and guidance throughout my endometriosis journey. Dr. Seckin and Dr. Chu are true experts and pioneers in the world of Endometriosis, understanding this complex disease as not just a single fold gynecological issue, but one that is chronic, deeply complex, debilitating, and rooted across various organs / parts of the body outside of just the pelvic.....
Below is a selection of articles featuring Dr. Seckin and the Seckin Endometriosis Center (SEC) in the press.
The Endometriosis Foundation of America strives to increase disease recognition, provide advocacy, facilitate expert surgical training, and fund landmark endometriosis research. Engaged in a robust campaign to inform both the medical community and the public, the EndoFound places particular emphasis on the critical importance of early diagnosis and effective intervention while simultaneously providing education to the next generation of medical professionals and their patients.Read More
Throughout high school and college, Jenna Knoblauch experienced debilitating pelvic pain every month.
Highlighted one of his most complicated cases ever in his 30-year career as an endometriosis excision surgeon.
Selina Regan, pregnant at 41, shares her success story and thoughts on endometriosis awareness.
Endometriosis Treatment Center
Dr. Tamer Seckin, endometriosis doctor has focused on the surgical treatment of best endometriosis Specialist NYC for decades and today is a well-regarded expert in the field. His New York City based practice is known for its warm, dedicated and continuous patient care, exceptional skill and thoroughness.Read More