Fibroid Center



Are you suffering from fibroids? Do you suffer from have pelvic pain or heaviness, cramping, heavy periods or even urinary incontinence.

Many women suffer for years because they want to avoid surgery and they are unaware that there is a safe non-surgical uterine fibroid treatment alternative to myomectomy or hysterectomy.

Ask us about Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE)

Why Choose us ?

  • The Fibroid Center at MINT is a State of the art Outpatient facility
  • The first facility in St.Louis and Missouri dedicated to the treatment of fibroids
  • We offer personalized nursing and accept all insurances including Medicaid and Medicare
  • Call 314.380.3099 or schedule an appointment online

Our Doctor

Dr. Goke Akinwande (Dr. A) is an extensively published, board certified leader in minimally invasive procedures. His training at prestigious institutions such as the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, as well as his prior faculty position at Washington University/Barnes Jewish Hospital provided him the best foundation and ability to deliver optimum care to his patients. He has delivered presentations nationally and internationally and trained several medical students, residents and fellows. Dr. A believes in compassionate evidenced based medicine and is proud to provide this service to the community. Dr. A’s core practice is rooted in increasing patient education and awareness, reducing health care disparities and improving access to care. 


The MINT Difference

Uterine Fibroid Embolization

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) is a minimally invasive procedure that alleviates fibroid symptoms by decreasing their size in a safe and effective way. UFE works by blocking blood flow to the fibroids, causing them to shrink and symptoms to be remedied. During a UFE procedure, a small “Pinhole” incision is made in the groin area and a tiny catheter is inserted into the blood vessels surrounding the fibroids. Tiny particles pass through the catheter and into the artery, blocking off blood supply to the fibroid. Recovery time is a few days and you are back to work in one week! This procedure is a standard treatment endorsed by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) and it is covered by almost all insurances.

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