Mr Tim Hookway is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, based in Plymouth.
He has an excellent knowledge of obstrectics and gynaecology, with a special interest in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery, especially in the management of pelvic pain and endometriosis.
Alongside laparoscopic surgery, Mr Hookway has an interest in hysteroscopy (a technique using a camera to visualise the inside of a womb) and hysteroscopy surgery to remove endometrial polyps and fibroids, which may contribute to menstrual problems and abnormal bleeding.
Mr Hookway is available for instruction in all general obstetric and gynaecology claims and has a current turnaround time for reports of approx 2 weeks. For more information please contact for more detailed CV.
Areas of expertise include;
Painful sex, painful periods or pelvic pain may be due to endometriosis. I can offer laparoscopic surgery to diagnose and remove both mild/moderate and advanced endometriosis.
Advanced skills include laparoscopic hysterectomy and myomectomy along with removal of ovarian cysts, removal of adhesions (scar tissue) and provision of permanent contraception (sterilisation.)
Medical and surgical treatments for heavy periods, painful periods, bleeding between periods or after sex, hormonal problems and hormonal replacement.
Mr Hookway is an experienced instructor and course director for the nationally recognised MOET (managing obstetric emergencies and trauma) course. He takes an interest in acute obstetrics, labour ward management and cardiotocograph (CTG) interpretation.